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The Lowndes Arms
4 Hight Street
Whaddon

Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire

MK17 0NA | View map
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We have 10 modern letting rooms with all the amenities and a good restaurant serving good quality food. You'll find it easy to relax and unwind in one of our 11 rooms all of which are available on a bed and breakfast basis. With a friendly atmosphere and a good selection of traditional real ales (adding more all the time) and the more modern lagers, you have a great choice to choose from. Our courtyard and beer gardens back onto some of the best views over Whaddon Chase back towards the new city of Milton Keynes in the distance. We can easily accommodate, garden parties, family parties, barbecues, weddings, marquees and children's bouncy castles. Local Attractions Xscape - Ski centre, huge cinema, cafes, clubs, ten pin bowling Stony Stratford - One of MK oldest Towns Milton Keynes Theatre District - Great shows from Opera to Dancing Milton Keynes Shopping Centre - UK largest shopping complex! Wimbledon Football Stadium The National Bowl - Great concerts from the worlds finest singers Bletchley Park - Go back to WW2 and and find out how the British broke to secret german codes

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