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Benefits of Serviced Apartments

Serviced apartments are great options for your stay in the town. Serviced apartments keep you worry-free and comfortable during your trip. You do not have to worry about deposits, agreements, maintenance costs and other charges. Agency fees and other aspects will not be your lookout as well. Enjoy getting access to all furnishings, appliances and necessities at your fingertips.

Serviced apartments are usually well connected to public transport facilities and business hubs. You can access major tourist landmarks nearby along with entertainment and shopping hubs.

Serviced apartments offer ample space, privacy and flexibility. They are better alternatives to regular rentals for extended stays. After all, staying in Milton Keynes or shifting here initially need not always be a hassling affair.

Being experts in serviced apartments, we strive to fulfill all your requirements. We ensure comfortable experiences for all travelers. We will meet your needs and resolve your queries at the earliest.

Corporate Accommodation in Milton Keynes

Corporate housing Milton Keynes ensures that you remain comfortable throughout your trip. Access major business destinations nearby. You will find public transport facilities in the vicinity. You will appreciate the comfortable furnishings and appliances at your fingertips. Free Wi-Fi keeps you connected while plush living areas help you relax in style. Find entertainment, shopping and dining zones nearby for weekends. Enjoy your own home away from home in Milton Keynes.

Holiday Accommodation in Milton Keynes

Holiday-goers and families will love our furnished apartments Milton Keynes. There is ample space for everyone in the family. We offer the utmost privacy and comfort alike. You will love cooking meals in your own well-equipped kitchens with all appliances available. Security and safety features are abundantly provided as well. You will also find entertainment and recreational features to keep everyone engaged. Our apartments are well connected to public transport facilities and tourist landmarks alike. Find the best shopping, dining and entertainment hubs nearby. Enjoy your stay with full comfort and convenience alike.

Where to Stay in Milton Keynes

You can consider staying in Willen which is one of the best areas in Milton Keynes. The South Basin offers access to multiple activities including dinghy sailing, windsurfing and more. Walton is a charming destination on the River Ouzel’s banks. Stony Stratford is a charming area to stay with its restaurants, shops, pubs and more.

Middleton is another quaint place to live in Milton Keynes. Middleton has a low population with a relaxed feel. There are lovely pathways and lanes worth exploring here.

Facts about Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is Buckinghamshire’s biggest town and is 50 miles away from London. The River Great Ouse creates the northern boundary. The River Ouzel flows through its balancing lakes and linear parks.

Here are some interesting facts about Milton Keynes:

  • Milton Keynes has its famous Concrete Cows sculpture made by Liz Leyh, the Canadian artist. Find it at the MK Museum.
  • Discover the MK Leaping Man near Junction 13 of the M1.
  • The world’s first degree-awarding institution for distance learning, the Open University, was founded here in 1969.
  • Milton Keynes saw the opening of the first multiplex cinema in the United Kingdom (UK) in 1985.
  • Milton Keynes has more than 40% green space with 11 miles in canals and 15 lakes.
  • Milton Keynes has a whopping 130 roundabouts.

Milton Keynes has one of the UK’s most flourishing economies. It has the 5th highest number of business startups per capita in the UK. There are several global and domestic entities located here. Luton Airport is located near Milton Keynes which is 30 minutes away.

Cost of Living in Milton Keynes

Average house prices stand at approximately £3,17,000 in Milton Keynes. Room rentals cost approximately £485 each month while house rentals cost around £1,098. Weekly food costs will hover around £63 on a weekly basis. Costs of living are slightly higher in comparison to central London.

Tips for Visiting Milton Keynes

Here are some tips for your visit to Milton Keynes:

  • You can explore by foot or cycle around Milton Keynes
  • Enjoy the lovely parks here
  • Do visit Wakemk for wakeboarding and other activities.
  • Go fishing or test your golfing skills at the Woburn Golf Club.
  • The city has several restaurants and pubs worth trying.
  • The nightlife of the city is buzzing with several activities.

Things to Do in Milton Keynes

Here’s looking at some of the best things to do in Milton Keynes.

1. What are the most popular things to do in Milton Keynes?

Bletchley Park is a popular place to visit in Milton Keynes. This country house and estate is a wonderful attraction along with Snozone. This offers fabulous experiences for travelers along with Warwick Castle which is a magnificent landmark.

2. What are some free things to do in Milton Keynes?

Some of the top free activities in Milton Keynes include family bike rides in the town, visiting the Concrete Cows, walking along the Grand Union Canal, picnicking in the park and viewing the Tree Cathedral. Explore the Willen Lake labyrinth as well.

3. Does Milton Keynes have many romantic attractions?

Couples will love a round of golf at Mr. Mulligans and charming afternoon tea at French Affaire. Take a romantic stroll around the Loughton Lodge Lake. You will spot lovely birds here including little grebes, swans and herons. Other attractions include Loughton Valley Linear Park, Teardrops Lakes and Campbell Park. Visit Willen Lake and Concrete Cows as well.

4. What are the more family-friendly things to do in Milton Keynes?

Family-friendly activities in Milton Keynes include visits to the Willen Lake and Xscape Milton Keynes. This offers indoor entertainment and leisure activities galore. MK Dons FC is a great place to catch up on League One football while the Silverstone Experience is another family-friendly activity.

5. What are the more unusual things to do in Milton Keynes?

You should visit Bletchley Park, home to Alan Turing, the famous cryptographer and mathematician. Bletchley Park had numerous code-breaking secrets which only came to the forefront in the 1970s. Visit The Story Deli pizzeria with its significant East London legacy and heritage. It has 100% organic pizzas which are something of a tourist landmark. Check out the Midsummer Boulevard Light Pyramid as well.

Places to Visit in Milton Keynes  

Here are the best places worth visiting in Milton Keynes:

  • Bletchley Park - Bletchley Park was a central location for code-breakers in Britain throughout the Second World War. Bletchley Park once had the Government Code and Cypher School. It played a role in breaking Japanese, Italian and German naval codes. Bletchley Park has numerous exhibitions and events taking place today. You will love the feel of history around the place and its associations with the famous and intriguing Alan Turing.
  • Treetop Extreme Treetop Extreme lies in Willen Lake, Milton Keynes. Treetop Extreme is the largest high rope adventure course in the UK. It has more than four zip wires and 50+ obstacles. There is also a 13 meter free-fall simulation available. Treetop Extreme is a great way to enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Willen Lake. Watersports facilities are also available including a water-ski center and wakeboarding provisions.
  • Snozone – Snozone is a wonderful indoor snow ski slope that will delight you immensely. Snozone offers a great practice option as well. You will also savor the refreshments available here at The Alpine Lodge.
  • iFLY at Xscape iFLY at Xscape offers indoor skydiving and other fun activities galore. Watch movies here, go bowling and even skydiving. iFLY has three locations in the UK including this spot in Milton Keynes.
  • Caldecotte Lake Caldecotte Lake is known for the discovery of a fossilized dinosaur skeleton which is reportedly 150 million years old. It is a pristine sanctuary for wildlife lovers in Milton Keynes. You will love the lakeside picnics here along with lunching at The Caldecotte pub in the vicinity. The MK Festival of Nature is accompanied by several walks and other guided events. The Milton Keynes Central Library is also located nearby.

Places to Eat in Milton Keynes

There are several top restaurants worth exploring in Milton Keynes. Akasaka offers fabulous Sushi and other innovatively crafted Japanese dishes. The fish here is delicious, fresh and generously sized as well. Try the rolls here for an amazing experience! Bogota Coffee Co. is known for its lovely coffee and relaxing vibe along with its lip-smacking finger food. House of Chicken in Bletchley offers the best chicken and chips with the meat being sourced locally and cooked freshly.

Louis’ Buckingham offers delicious pizza in Milton Keynes. You will love the ginormous 22 inch pizzas here at affordable rates. Cindy’s Kitchen specializes in the tastiest Indonesian and Asian cuisine. Legend One Sushi Bar is another wonderful place to feast on Chinese and Japanese dishes.

Street Food in Milton Keynes

Street food in Milton Keynes is diverse and vibrant. You will love the delicious burgers at Bandit and Mexican tacos and quesadillas at Baja Cantina. Bokkie serves South African cuisine while The Calzone Kitchen is worth trying! Feast is all about smoke-filled and incredibly tasty barbecued grub!

Fry Guys MK is the best stop to load up on fries and Good Times Café is the best place to savor cheese toasties. Made in Sud (ideal for pizza lovers), The Little Waffle Company and The Rub BBQ are excellent choices.

Shopping in Milton Keynes

You will love the Central Milton Keynes shopping zone which has two major malls and numerous stores. There are several brands and high-street retail outlets here too. You will find several other attractions including Primark, Dr. Martens and Topshop. The Centre: MK is the flagship shopping mall with John Lewis and Marks & Spencer.

Intu Milton Keynes is a major part of the shopping zone in the town. It has numerous lifestyle boutiques and high-end fashion stores alike. Find the Artisan and Etsy Markets nearby. You can also check out the MK1 Shopping & Leisure Park. Find major names here including New Look, H&M, River Island, Primark, JD Sports and M&S among many others.

Transportation in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes has its own Central railway station that started operations from 1982. It lies along the west coast main line which is 50 miles away from London. The trains include West Midlands, Southern regional and Avanti West Coast trains.

The town has more than 40 bus routes with services from Arriva, Centercoach and Stagecoach. Milton Keynes offers access to the M1 which is now a smart motorway. The nearest airport is Luton Airport, approximately 30 minutes away.

Weather in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes has short and comfortable summers along with lengthy and chilly winters. The best time to visit is between late June and early September.