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Old Stables
Woodleys Farm
Bow Brickhill Rd

Woburn Sands
Buckinghamshire

MK17 8DE | View map

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The Old Stables is set off the main road between Woburn Sands and Bow Brickhill in 30 acres of pastureland with uninterrupted views across fields to Wavenden Church about a mile away. Milton Keynes City Centre and National Bowl is about 7 miles (10 minutes drive) and the M1 Junctions 13 and 14 are within 3 miles and 6 miles respectively.

Formerly part of Woburn Park Farm Estates, the north barn has been tastefully converted to offer 4 star accommodation in picturesque and tranquil surroundings. The guest house has an independent entrance enabling guests to come and go at their convenience and all rooms, which have been individually decorated and furnished, offer excellent facilities including en suite bath or shower room with w.c., tea, coffee, soft drinks, biscuits, LCD Freeview TV, High Speed Internet access, hair dryer, radio alarm and shoe cleaning equipment, all included in the price. There is a new guest dining room and lounge with digital lcd tv with comfortable leather sofas for guest to relax and use as a meeting point there is also a fully equipped kitchen. The Old Stables now has meeting room facilities which can cater for up to 16 delegates.

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