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Broughton Hotel
Milton Road
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire

MK10 9AA | View map

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The Broughton is a newly refurbished lodge style hotel, with a friendly family restaurant. Many of our rooms are on the ground floor, all are non-smoking. Room rates are on a room only basis. A friendly lodge style hotel, which captures the charm and character of Broughton village, is in the original villages of modern Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Just minutes from the m1 j14. The Broughton Hotel is the perfect location for overnight stays, conferences, weddings and weekend breaks.

We are 3 miles from Central Milton Keynes with its indoor shopping centre,theatre,gallery,multi-screen cinema and indoor ski slope. There are miles of cycle paths to explore the countryside, including Willen Lake and Campbell Park, we are also 15 minutes away from the Thunderdome where you can watch The MK Lightning Ice Hockey Team play, whilst within just 8 miles you will find Guilivers Land, Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes National Bowl and Woburn Safari Park and Abbey. Silverstone Circuit, Towcester Racecourse and Luton Airport are just a short drive away. All rooms are non-smoking and have an internet access modem socket on the wall.

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