Furnished Apartments Milton Keynes

Top Serviced Apartments in Milton Keynes

Our Milton Keynes serviced apartments are ideally situated in the eclectic urban town, that itself is a rapidly growing centre for commerce, entertainment and culture in South Eastern England. This town rivals major cities in terms of its business capacity and diversity of enterprise. There is a constant demand for private and corporate accommodation in the area.

The award-winning collection of furnished apartments that we offer are a great choice for guests staying in Milton Keynes. Each apartment is perfect for short and long stays, and puts guests in a prime location next to transport options and popular landmarks. Every serviced apartment has unmatched luxury and comfort for a memorable experience.

Some of our top Milton Keynes serviced apartments include the following:

A great alternative to hotels, they have all amenities included that guests have come to expect from high-end fully furnished apartments such as Wi-Fi, cleaning services, a private space, a kitchen area, a flat screen, etc. Whether you're wanting to book short term apartments or long term accommodation, you will have an apartment that is centrally located and fully furnished so you can turn up and start living.

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7Zero1
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Serviced apartments in Milton Keynes

 

Benefits of Serviced Apartments

This tucked-away town has its own distinct semi-urban boulevard design that runs through most of the areas. It is a great retreat for business and holiday travellers to fall back after a long day. 

Though there are traditional options for renting, serviced accommodation is turning into the stay of choice for travellers in Milton Keynes. The range of benefits it offers exceeds far beyond a drawn-out motel experience. 

Legal and contractual issues that take up time and energy with regular renting are managed beforehand hassle-free. This includes all the regular maintenance costs, agency fees, bills and deposits. Additional long term savings benefits are there for the taking with serviced accommodation. 

Serviced accommodation is also mostly available close to major transit hubs of Milton Keynes and neighbouring areas. This greatly reduces the time travelling to and back from work and nearby landmarks.

Combining comfort with indulgence, serviced accommodation offers guests a homely environment, along with every amenity and utility at short disposal. 

Corporate Housing in Milton Keynes

Matching the pace of the neighbouring cities, the town has a voracious business appetite with a constant stream of entrepreneurs and businessmen making their way into town. The steady demand for corporate housing has seen several areas offering such services to keep up with the requirement.

Guests can come to expect corporate accommodation to be on par or superior to a hotel experience in this town. Corporate serviced accommodation combines comfort and practicality to offer bespoke spaces with ample room to move around. Such accommodation is the ideal place to come back to unwind after a hard day’s work.

Holiday Accommodation in Milton Keynes

Despite its hard working business image, there is much to do and explore as a tourist in Milton Keynes. Every year massive crowds are drawn to the town seeking to explore the theatre culture, the local food, the several historical structures, its sporting traditions and its lanes of canals. 

An abundance of holiday serviced accommodation options in the area make it important to find the right place for travellers to stay. The range of holiday apartments provided by TheSqua.re are a natural choice since every apartment combines luxury and convenience to produce a satisfying stay. 

Furthermore, the selection of apartments is spread over several neighbourhoods and areas including The Theatre District, Campbell Park, The Hub and Vizion. 

Where to Stay in Milton Keynes

The total urban area of the town is concentrated towards the centre. Its outskirts remain sparsely populated with most of the accommodation options found in the central commercial districts. 

It is important to choose an area which is close to important amenities since confectioneries aren’t always walking distance. The neighbourhoods of Medbourne, Grange Farm, Shenleys and Furtzon are safe and peaceful areas with an abundance of activities and attractions. 

For a more relaxed atmosphere, head over to the areas of Caldicote and Willen. Great places to stay, both these areas have their own lake around which a number of sporting events may occasionally be organized. 

The new estate of Newton Leys has a rapidly growing thriving population. In and around the estate are a number of restaurants, shopping areas and lakes to explore. Stony Stratford is an area with a diverse demographic and a united community spirit. People from all walks of life live in this area creating its own unique culture. 

Older areas of Milton Keynes aren’t as tourist-friendly in terms of ample amenities. As a rule of thumb, estates with straight roads only turning at right angles represent the older city and its original development. Closer to the city centre, The Hub is a great area to look for accommodation since it has several restaurants, bars and theatres at a walking distance. 

Facts About Milton Keynes

Nestled in the ceremonial county of Buckinghamshire in the South East of England, lies the large town of Milton Keynes. Only 55 miles from North West London, this 89km square long town is home to more than 200,000 residents. Its long history spans as far back as the 13th century, with its name being borrowed from the ancient local village called ‘Middleton Kayne’. 

  • Presently this town has more bridges than the floating city of Venice. 
  • It was an important sight for intercepting messages during WW2.
  • There are 15 lakes in the town making water sports extremely popular.
  • The first ever multiplex cinema of the UK opened in 1985 in this town.

This town spans 8,850 hectares through the farms, villages and metropolitan areas of Buckinghamshire, extending its northern edge to the river Great Ouse. Its economy is driven by a range of industries propelling the town to be a leading UK economic contributor. In 2017 its GDP was estimated at £13.47 billion which grew to £14.33 billion by 2018. Its relentless ongoing growth made it an area with the highest employment growth rate through 2010 and 2016. Presently the area is driven by the fruitful harmony shared between the private and government sector, with its focus on technology, IT services and research. 

The town is well linked to multiple nearby airports, with the closest being the London Luton, only 26 miles from the town centre. Drive a little further to arrive at the London Heathrow Airport which is 56 miles away. Easy transport is also available to both London Stansted and Birmingham Airport.

Cost of Living in Milton Keynes

Being among the more expensive areas of England, the cost of living in Milton Keynes is relatively higher than most of the other cities of the country. 

A single bedroom apartment with basic facilities can incur monthly rent upwards of £900 in the central town areas. Even in the surrounding countryside, the same apartment will cost around £720. Opting for serviced accommodation in place of regular renting is the way to go to save in the long term. The range of apartments offered by TheSqua.re are each luxurious and tailored to the urban traveller.

Expenses including water, electricity, heat, etc can add to the monthly budget by around £200 depending on the usage. A regular dine out for a couple can be relatively inexpensive around £15 a night. Monthly public transport costs around £60 while a private vehicle will require gas worth £1.29 per litre on an average. Sporting and other recreational activities can be enjoyed without spending too much.

Tips for Visiting Milton Keynes

Distinguished for its several lakes, roundabouts and concrete sculptures of cows, there is much to do around the town. Follow these tips for a smooth hassle-free journey. 

  • Look up which musician or band is touring because there is always a performer in town.
  • Pack your joggers and trainers since parks are often venues for events and parties.
  • Lakes and canals make the town a playground for water sports.
  • To discover the several tucked away statues of iconic figure choose to walk. 
  • The town is more than a stopover to a nearby bigger city. Get exploring.
  • Don’t miss the theatre; the town has a rich heritage of stage acting.
  • To explore the nightlife look for accommodation in the Hub area, the theatre district or Xscape snow dome.
  • The pastoral outskirts offer a contrasting lifestyle to the major urban districts.

Things to Do in Milton Keynes

Despite its relatively smaller size, this urban town is an exciting visit, offering several entertainment experiences. No matter where you come from, there is something for everyone.

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

The town is a shopper’s delight with its sheikh accessories and sustainable urban fashion. The area is credited with being the foremost in accepting and adopting the modern day European shopping trend. Its city centre is embedded with places to shop from all-encompassing malls, to sprawling markets and boutique township establishments. 

Q. What are the most fun things to do in Milton Keynes?

It is safe to say the town is obsessed with sporting activities, immersing it into its very cultural fabric. From famous athletes to iconic statues the town celebrates and embraces its sporting roots. Fun activities to indulge in include indoor skiing, indoor sky diving and numerous unique water sports. Head over to the football stadium, National Centre for Badminton or the Silverstone Racing Circuit for regularly scheduled matches.

Q. What are some free things to do at Milton Keynes?

With more than 4,500 acres of green parks and manicured woodlands, there are several areas of the town to have a small picnic with family and friends. Solitary travellers will find the vibe and atmosphere laid back and de-stressing. Furthermore, there are several exciting theme parks in the vicinity conducting tree top walks and offering a chance to enjoy a ride in the midst of the canopies.

Q. What are family-friendly things to do in Milton Keynes?

Families can cruise through its canals as they stop over the several award-winning exhibitions and galleries. The medieval abbey ruins and antique stately homes are popular with tourists as they explore the cultural oasis of the town. An evening of theatre is also sure to impress as there is something of choice for all age brackets. 

Places to Visit in Milton Keynes

Grounded in experimental urban planning through 1960 and 1970, the town transformed into a sprawl of boulevards with a landmark of cultural significance, at every corner. Head over to the following destinations to check out what the city has to offer. 

  • National Museum of Computing - Home to the world’s first computing systems, which were used for cryptanalysis against Germany during WW2.
  • Milton Keynes Museum - Browse through exhibits documenting the history of the town, and its countryside.
  • Bletchley Park - Find out more about Alan Turing’s war efforts regarding the Enigma cipher machine at this site. 
  • Woburn Abbey and Gardens - Check out the knockout assortment of private fine art collections.
  • Willen Lakeside Park - This massive open pasture around the River Ouzel is a popular local recreational area.
  • Stony Stratford - This is the oldest establishment of the town, dating back to the Roman era. 
  • Peace Pagoda - This iconic structure was the first-ever Buddhist peace pagoda that was constructed in the West.
  • Caldecotte Lake - This nature reserve and wildlife sanctuary is the place where 150 million year old fossils of dinosaurs were discovered.
  • National Radio Centre - Home to the entire précis of historic radio and communications technology. 

Places to Eat in Milton Keynes

The town was originally constructed and consciously populated to contain the rising London populous. However, it soon established its own separate identity as a leading urban area of England. Its food culture has dramatically evolved with time offering the most authentic regional options. 

  • The Olive Tree - This Mediterranean and Turkish influenced joint offers great comfort food.
  • Middletons Steakhouse & Grill - Located at the Norfolk village in Middleton, it is regional contemporary and family-friendly.
  • Neapolitan Pizzeria - Mouthwatering pizzas with authentic South Italian flavours.
  • Las Iguanas - This casual fine dining Latin American establishment has a large menu to choose from. 
  • Akasaka - For some fresh sushi and noodles, head to the Korean and Japanese influenced fusion restaurant. 
  • Turtle Bay - This casual joint offers native Caribbean food options that are cooked overnight.
  • Banana Tree - This versatile fine dining establishment has its roots in Pan-Asian cuisine. 
  • Antep Kitchen - A brimming family hotspot, this Turkish eatery prides itself on its recipes. 
  • The Greedy Italian - Large portions and comfort Italian flavours are the tradition.

Street Food in Milton Keynes

The town has several destinations to explore and try indigenous and foreign street food. Eat Street MK is a regularly organised event that encourages locals and foreign food enthusiasts to travel and participate by bringing unique street food to the gathering.

Lanes of vendors have unique food to offer the locals including Jamaican jerk chicken, Malaysian rice on a banana leaf, smoked American BBQ, wood flamed pizzas, authentic local fish and chips, Belgian chocolate and waffles, vegan falafels, and a lot more.

Scattered through the town, are several street vendors offering inexpensive and diverse comforting street grub. Baja Cantina offers fusion cuisine inspired by Californian and Mexican flavours, Kaur Spice specialises in North Indian flavours, whereas Bokkie serves an authentic South African menu. 

Shopping in Milton Keynes

Central MK has frequently top the charts of the top 10 listings of shopping centres in the UK; it particularly stands out in ‘meeting shopper expectations'. It has one of the largest shopping centres in Europe that prides itself on providing high quality guest services.

For some local aesthetics and artistry visit The Hub. There is an array of old rustic shops and traditional boutiques that sell vintage antiques in furniture, kitchenalia, handmade jewellery and ornaments- the perfect souvenirs. 

More authentic is the experience at local farmer markets that make a monthly appearance. The following areas are where local markets often set up shop:

  • Newport Pagnell
  • Olney
  • Woburn
  • Stony Stratford
  • Wolverton

These markets are as true to the vibe of Milton Keyes as it can get. The city centre also hosts regular foreign markets from France, Germany and Italy where you can buy handicrafts and accessories. 

Transportation in Milton Keynes

There are a number of ways to travel in and around Milton Keynes including busses, taxis and rails. Public transport is conveniently available in most areas except the older parts of the town around the outskirts. At the outskirts, fixed bus and rail schedules are implemented. Make sure to book a private car in these areas for an easier time getting around.

Among the newer integrated public transit options, is Milton Keynes Redways. This widespread network of shared pedestrian and cycle paths connect the cycle parking facilities and the train station to several areas of the town including even the city centre. 

The widespread bus network allows direct routes to the Milton Keynes Theatre, shopping centre, Xscape and most other major suburbs. Certain bus routes even comply with the adjoining villages and towns. The town is connected by 5 stations to the rest of the country. 

  • Wolverton- North MK
  • Bletchley-South MK
  • Fenny Stratford-South and South-East MK
  • Argos-Central MK
  • Network Rail-Central Mk

Weather in Milton Keynes

Lying 112 meters above sea level, the general climate of the town is temperate, warm and mild. There is significant rainfall round the year causing high precipitation even through the drier months of February and March. The town receives relatively 630mm of rainfall annually.

January is the coldest time of the year with average temperatures fluctuating around 2 degree Celsius. July and August conversely are the hottest months and an ideal time to visit with temperature fluctuating around 16 degree Celsius. 

The summertime is relatively short, calm and partly cloudy in stark contrast to the extremely cold and windy winter months. The rain lasts year round with the heaviest showers expected around the month of October. Packing for the cold and rain is essential even during the summertime in case of freak weather.

FAQs - Things to Know before booking Furnished Apartments Milton Keynes


Q1. How many serviced apartments are available for booking in Milton Keynes?

A1. There are over 30 serviced apartments in Milton Keynes with more being added every day. In total, TheSqua.re has over 100,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book now

Q2. What are the most popular luxury serviced apartments in Milton Keynes?

A2. The best 5 and 4 star serviced apartments in Milton Keynes are South Fifth Street Apartment by TheSqua.re, The HUB Serviced Apartments, 7Zero1, The Vizion in MIlton Keynes, The HUB.

Q3. What is the price range of serviced apartments available in Milton Keynes?

A3. Prices start from $92 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book now

Q4. What offers are currently available for booking serviced apartments in Milton Keynes on TheSqua.re?

A4. To see a selection of Milton Keynes offers, please visit our offers and coupon page.

Q5. How do I search for the best serviced apartments in Milton Keynes on TheSqua.re?

A5. Choose a part of Milton Keynes you want to visit and search for the perfect stay for you using our easy search tool. Begin your search here.

Q6. Do Milton Keynes serviced apartments provide breakfast, gym & other extra services?

A6. Some of the apartment buildings in Milton Keynes will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full TheSqua.re experience.

Q7. Can I have guests in a Milton Keynes serviced apartment?

A7. That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Milton Keynes .

Q8. Why is staying in a serviced apartment in Milton Keynes better than a hotel?

A8. Serviced apartments in Milton Keynes have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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