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The White Cottage
Marston Hill

Milton Keynes

MK43 0QJ | View map

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Situated conveniently between J13 and J14 of M1 within easy reach of Milton Keynes, Bedford, Woburn, Cranfield and Luton Airport, set on a hill with beautiful views across open countryside is The White Cottage, which has been extended, or you might say stretched, into a very warm and welcoming home. Whether you are a businessman looking for a 2nd home during the week or looking for a welcome break we will make your stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible, with a big measure of professionalism.

Large guest's lounge with Sky, where you can enjoy a relaxing drink. A tray of tea and drinks available at all times. Wireless Broadband. All rooms are attractive and individual, with en-suite, TV, welcome tray with tea/coffee and a hairdryer. We have an annex with a kitchenette and a double and single room, both with en-suite. This is ideal for a small family or can have single occupancy when available. Perfect if you require privacy. Evening meals Mon-Fri up to 8pm.

Convenient for Milton Keynes, Xscape with skiing and other activities, Milton Keynes Theatre, Bletchley Park, Wavendon with The Stables, Woburn Abbey, Woburn Safari Park, Woburn Country Club Golf, Bedford, Cranfield University etc.

Breakfast is served 7am-9am, Mon-Frid & 7am-9.30am weekends. In consideration to other guests the lounge should be vacated by 11.00pm. All rooms should be vacated by 11.00am., unless prior arrangements have been made. Special dietary requirements catered for.

2 large car parks. Credit card accepted with a small charge – sorry not American Express or Diners Card Sorry - no smoking in the house. Children and pets welcome but please mention when calling.

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