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Abbey Hill Hotel
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Monks Way
Two Mile Ash

Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire

MK8 8LY | View map

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The Abbey Hill Hotel is an independently owned and managed hotel situated just five minutes by car to the city centre of Milton Keynes. A popular choice as it is close to Luton airport (just 10 minutes away from Junction 14 on the M1 motorway), and only 40 miles from London by car and 45 minutes by train (Milton Keynes Central railway station is only 2 miles away). The bedrooms are extremely spacious and comfortable - all have ensuite facilities and come equipped with WiFi, television with satellite channels, radio, trouser press, telephones, hairdryer, room service, and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel sits in its own grounds with ample car park space, and we offer complete leisure facilities for guests. There is a swimming pool, a steam room and sauna, spa pool and fully equipped gymnasium. Guests can also benefit from being next to an 18-hole golf course. The hotel has its own restaurant which is a perfect place to unwind for lunch or dinner and outside dining is available for the warm spring and summer days.

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