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South Lodge
Cross End
Milton Keynes

MK17 8AQ | View map
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New boutique bed and breakfast accommodation in Milton Keynes…
Why stay in a hotel when you can relax in an oasis of top-to-toe comfort with equally desirable facilities and excellent home-cooked food? If you’re looking for a better experience, explore this exclusive B&B in Milton Keynes for the very best in touring and business accommodation.

We’ve thought of everything to make your stay an exciting change from the more conventional hotel:
A high level of facilities guarantees you have everything you need, whether travelling for business or pleasure.
Comfort and space throughout means you can spend quality time in the rooms, getting on with that report or relaxing with a book. Browse our gallery.
A stylish and beautiful space makes any of our rooms perfect romantic accommodation, ideal for those weekends away, or even for your honeymoon! Discover why South Lodge is perfect for your next event.
Freedom of our gardens and guests’ private patio can only add to an already unique experience. Explore our setting.
Wheelchair access throughout and some pet-friendly rooms ensures that no one is excluded from this very special place.


Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £60 - £65
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