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Furtho Manor Farm
Northampton Road
Old Stratford

Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire

MK19 6NR | View map

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Robin and Linda Welton offer you a warm welcome to their attractive farmhouse situated in the middle of their mixed working farm. Free Wireless Broadband is available in all bedrooms. There is plenty of off road parking right next to the house. A fridge and microwave are available in the guest dinning room/lounge.We are situated on the A508 only 10 minutes from Central Milton Keynes and 15 minutes from Junction 14 &15 off the M1. It is easily accessible to Silverstone, Woburn, Althorp and Oxford. The house offers 4 guest bedrooms comprising one en-suite family/double room, two twin bedrooms and one double room. All rooms are also offered on a single occupancy. There are separate bath and shower rooms. All rooms have hand basins, colour televisions and tea and coffee making facilities. The surprise you will get with our rooms is the size, they are all large rooms in a spacious house.There is a wide range of entertainment, restaurants and public houses in Milton Keynes, the local old market town of Stony Stratford or in the surrounding villages.

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