Top Things To Do In Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire


Linford Stables farmhouse bed & breakfast is an ideal base to explore Milton Keynes and North Buckinghamshire, being located midway between Milton Keynes and Buckingham. In summer guests can walk to nearby Great Horwood village pub / restaurants via North Bucks Way footpath located at the end of Linford stables drive. Milton Keynes is greener than you think. In addition to the Concrete Cows and Campbell Park pictured above, the area boasts an impressive range of visitor attractions and places of interest, a modern shopping centre and dozens of places to eat and drink. Milton Keynes Railway Station is less than 1 hour from London by train.

Local + Milton Keynes Visitor Attractions

The nearby towns and villages, including Great Horwood, Winslow, Buckingham, Adstock and Stony Stratford, offer a selection of local country pubs and restaurants while Milton Keynes has shops, clubs, bars, restaurants and a railway station providing a 1 hour train service to London.

Sporting / visitor attractions and venues include Silverstone Motor Racing Circuit (home of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix), Addington Manor Equestrian Centre and Milton Keynes Eventing Centre (MKEC), Towcester Racecourse, the Snow Dome, Stadium MK (home to MK Dons), the Bowl, Stowe School & Gardens and of course, Bletchley Park (home of the Enigma machine).

Milton Keynes gets very busy when popular events are held at Stadium MK or the National Bowl (50,000 thousand spectators), or Silverstone during the British Formula 1 Grand Prix (200,000 visitors). At these times it can be difficult to find an affordable B&B in Milton Keynes.

When we are fully booked ourselves, we try to recommend a couple of other bed & breakfasts we know that offer the same high standard bed and breakfast accommodation as we do at a reasonable rate.

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