Yew Tree Cottage
from £225 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £225 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Cottage / 6 bedrooms / sleeps 10 Home 379528
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Cottage / 6 bedrooms / sleeps 10
Our beautiful thatched cottage is over 300 years old, it has a wealth of character and many original features which make it such a charming place to stay
The cottage has been sympathetically maintained and updated to retain many original features.
The cottage includes a wonderful country style kitchen complete with Range Oven and an abundance of storage space. A handy down stairs cloakroom lies off the kitchen and a secret stair case leads directly from the kitchen to one of the bedrooms
Leading from the kitchen is a cosy television lounge and from here you walk through to the 'real fire' lounge which beg to be lit and a good book enjoyed in front of it.
Finally on the ground floor there is a dining room which could be used as a games room if the Great British weather decides not be kind!
Open the little wooden door (minding your head) and enter the first floor where you will find 5 good sized bedrooms, all unique and tastefully decorated.
Beautiful beams run throughout the cottage giving it a really cosy and fun feel
Venture to the second floor and you will find two attic bedrooms that the children will love to explore!
There are side and rear gardens, held within the rear garden is a children's play area including slides and a swings.
A gravel driveway and a large garage mean there is ample safe parking available
There is wireless Internet throughout the property as well as Sky television.
Washing machine, fridge freezer, Range Oven, full crockery for kitchen, all cooking utensils, dishwasher
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 6 bedrooms|
|Rooms||6 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: http://www.london-luton.co.uk/en/, Nearest railway: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations_destination|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (4), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ, Climbing frame, Swing set|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Buckinghamshire region
Milton Keynes is a cultural and historical oasis. Although Milton Keynes is a new city, it manages to effortlessly blend modern-day culture with deep-rooted history.
Culturally and historically, Milton Keynes is a vibrant and diverse city bringing together theatre, museums, art, sculpture and architecture all within the city centre and the surrounding areas. You can easily spend a weekend or even a week exploring the cultural offering alone
Milton Keynes Theatre is the most successful theatre outside London's West End with productions ranging from show stopping musicals to world-renowned opera and the yearly pantomime
MK Gallery offers free exhibitions of international contemporary art - to view a short animated film on the Theatre and Gallery
Milton Keynes City Orchestra is the live classical music resource for Milton Keynes and the surrounding area. Over more than 30 years, it has built a national and international reputation through performances of outstanding quality.
Woburn Abbey, the ancestral home of the Duke of Bedford, houses private collections of art, furniture and porcelain on public view
Museums galore including Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes Museum, National Badminton Museum and The Cowper & Newton Museum artworks-mk is is a leading independent arts and education charity providing specialist equipped art and craft workshops, artist led workshop programmes, artist's studios and exhibition space in Milton Keynes. You can also visit the Barn Gallery and Cafe.
The beautiful gardens at National Trust Stowe are steeped in history and are just outside Milton Keynes
The historical market towns of Stony Stratford, Newport Pagnell, Wolverton and Olney are just a stone's-throw away from the city centre
The culture and history alone, in and around Milton Keynes, could keep you and your family occupied for a long time but combine this with the wide range of other activities available and you'll be surprised at what a great destination Milton Keynes really is.
Milton Keynes offers some of the best gastronomic dining experiences outside London. With over 350 restaurants within the city centre and surrounding areas you can always find something to satisfy your appetite from an a la carte menu, a sumptuous buffet or a pre-theatre meal.
Milton Keynes has an enviable reputation for the wide range of entertainment it has to offer. As a new and vibrant city you can always find something to entertain you, from concerts at the
National Bowl and theatre performances straight from the West End through to multi-screen cinemas and live comedy – whatever you're looking for, Milton Keynes is one of best entertainment destinations in the UK.
Below are just some of the many entertainment destinations in and around Milton Keynes, but live music is also played in many venues around the market towns and villages. During the summer months, most weekends feature live music festivals and even our own outdoor film festival in Campbell Park.
Xscape, featuring some of the best and most diverse entertainment and leisure activities in the UK. Indoor skiing and snowboarding, indoor sky-diving, rock-climbing, a multiplex cinema, retail outlets, and numerous bars and restaurants
City Limits within the Xscape complex features tenpin glo-bowling, bars and restaurants and a live comedy club
At The Hub in Central Milton Keynes you'll find some great entertainment including restaurants and bars, a monthly food market and regular street entertainers - check their website for the latest event details.
Milton Keynes Theatre is the most successful theatre outside London's West End
The Point is one of the most recognisable buildings in Milton Keynes and it now houses a multi-screen cinema
The National Bowl is the UK's premier all-outdoor live music venue with acts such as Linkin Park and Jay-Z, Robbie Williams, Take That, Green Day, Eminem and The Prodigy all performing in recent years
Milton Keynes City Orchestra is the live classical music resource for Milton Keynes and the surrounding area. Over more than 30 years, it has built a national and international reputation through performances of outstanding quality
The Stables is Milton Keynes' premier live-music venue offering a wide range of musical genres including jazz, blues, folk, rock, classical, pop and world music
At Wilton Hall in Bletchley you'll find fantastic cabaret and theme nights to enjoy a meal with friends and then dance the night away
Spy Missions is a unique interactive spy-themed experience for kids and adults
If it's entertainment you're looking for then look no further - Milton Keynes is the perfect destination.
Destination Milton Keynes is a member of the After8 Group which promotes the overall nightlife experience in Central Milton Keynes.
London is just 55 miles or 35 minutes by train to London Euston.
Whether you want to watch some live sporting action or take part in some thrilling activities, Milton Keynes is the place to visit.
You'll discover a wide range of sporting activities to keep everyone occupied, from the action-seeking adventurer to the armchair sports fan.
Home to the Milton Keynes Dons team, you can watch League One football in the 30,000 all-seater capacity state-of-the-art stadium
Milton Keynes is home to the Red Bull Racing Formula One team with the headquarters in Tilbrook, Milton Keynes
Watch live ice hockey with our professional team, MK Lightning, playing in the city
Moulsoe is a pretty village close to Newport Pagnell. The village is surrounded by rolling countryside but only 2 minutes drive from the M1.
Within the village you can make the most of the fantastic local pub, walks in the wood, horse riding and cycling
There really is so much to do....... but you can also relax and simply enjoy the beautiful cottage
Milton Keynes is also home to the National Badminton Centre
Indoor real-snow skiing and snowboarding at SNO!zone at the Xscape complex, as well as rock-climbing and indoor sky-diving
You can try cable wakeboarding and waterskiing at Willen Lake
Also at Willen Lake you can try a range of watersports, adventure golf or you can cycle around the two lakes
There are 10 golf courses within the city centre and surrounding areas, including Woburn Golf Club, ranked one of the top 100 courses in the UK
Spymissions is a unique interactive spy-themed experience for kids and adults
If want to get on your bike and explore what Milton Keynes has to offer the city has loads to offer cyclists
And if you still want more, Aerial Extreme and Go Ape let you climb through the treetops on gravity-defying rope adventure courses
Try karting at Daytona or sports-car racing on the legendary Silverstone circuit, just 15 minutes' drive away
There's loads more to discover including ice-skating, skateboarding, horse-riding, sailing, BMX-ing and tobogganing. Whatever sport or activity you're into – Milton Keynes is the destination you can find it.
Milton Keynes boasts over 4,500 acres of parkland, rivers, lakes and woodland including over 20 million trees – it truly is “the city in the country”.
When you visit Milton Keynes you can't help but notice the wide open green spaces and the huge number of wooded areas that help the city stand out from the crowd. Wide grass verges throughout the city mean it never seems too busy and trees line the boulevards in the centre centre. Miles of redways and pathways weave across the city meaning you can lose the hustle and bustle and enjoy some stunning scenery just a stone's throw away from the main areas. When you visit try to explore a different side of Milton Keynes and parks, lakes and green spaces cover 20% of the city.
Campbell Park is the city's very own “Central Park” close to the city centre, and provides a green oasis for residents and visitors alike
Willen Lake is a world of extremes, with the serene Peace Pagoda and masses of wild birds through to the crazy world of cable-tow wakeboarding and dragon-boat racing
The ancient woods of Shenley, Howe Park and Linford transport you to a wealth of wild flowers, animals and tranquil woodland walks
The River Ouzel winds its way through the city past traditional country pubs and the remains of a medieval community
The Grand Union Canal forms a living, breathing artery through the very heart of the city, allowing you to slow down your pace of life on a narrowboat or cruiser
Just outside Milton Keynes you can visit the beautiful Stowe Landscape Gardens which is a National Trust property
The city won the Britain in Bloom award in 2009 for its outstanding parkland and landscaping. Milton Keynes offers visitors wonderful woodland walks, peaceful parks, quiet riverside rambles and thrilling lake activities – all in one great destination.
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11 Jul 2013
"Everything was fine"
It was a nice, quiet, but modern cottage. Wonderful garden, beautiful house... See you again, Yew Tree Cottage
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