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Fox & Hounds
"The place has been closed for about 3 months now and there doesn't seem to be any plans to re-open soon.

Date visited: 24 July 2009 ..." More

Cock Hotel
"If you are looking for a hotel to stay in Stony Stratford then i would look else where. I tryed to stay here on the 10th August for my wedding night ..." More

Cock Hotel
"Christmas meal and overnight stay with friends. Unfortunately did not turn out as expected despite great lengths to ensure the evening was perfectly organised. We arrived to find that we had been ..." More

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Stony Stratford is “The Jewel of Milton Keynes” in North Buckinghamshire –one of the most desirable residential areas in the city. This busy market town began life in Norman times, becoming a sizeable settlement by the late Middle Ages but suffering great fires in 1736 and 1742, destroying most of the town and meaning that the current High Street dates from the 18th and 19th centuries mainly, except for the chapel of St Mary Magdalen which escaped devastation. This High Street was redecorated to a Development Corporation colour scheme in the 1960s and is now a conservation area, along with the wildlife of Ouse Valley Park. Watling Street runs through the centre of the town and was the reason why this became a major resting place with many coaching inns, but with the advent of the railways, coaching traffic ceased. This historically rich town (where the phrase “cock and bull stories” originated due to gossip rife between 2 pubs, amongst other fascinating facts) still has 9 pubs, many restaurants, some cafes and a few take-aways. Accommodation here is The Cock hotel and it’s stood in the High Street since 1470 (restored from fire damage of course), otherwise Milton Keynes can offer a variety for all budgets, along with many other attractions, not forgetting that Silverstone Racing Circuit and Towcester racecourse are near by.


St Mary & St Giles, Stony Stratford


Stonedean Practice
Stony Stratford Health Centre

Pub and Bar

Duke Of Wellington
Foresters Arms
Fox & Hounds
The Crown
The Plough


Las Cuadras
Moghul Palace
Oriental Pavilion
Passage to India
Peking Restaurant
Royal Thai


Queen Eleanor Combined School
Russell First School
St Mary & St Giles Middle School


MK City Cab
Neville Hulland Executive Cars & Taxis

Sports Clubs

Stony Stratford Town (Amateur Football)


D W Roberts
Lesley Arkin Optometrist
Mini Market
Euro Supermarket
H Green & Son
J Robins
Pearces Bakery
Hubbards Of Stony
Metalyka Gift Shop
Willis S G & Sons
House of Beegee
Au Maison
Gift Gallery
China Seas
Skills Art Materials & Picture Framers
H C S Crafts
Fur & Purr
Stony Stratford Bookshop

Beauty & Beyond
Aquarius Beauty Rooms
Christos Hair Fashions
Browns Hairdressing Group
Hair Candi


MK Crew BMX Club(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Stony Stratford

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The Old George Hotel (0.12 miles)

The Old George Hotel
The Old George is a 16th century inn located in the quaint and historic coaching town of Stony Stratford. We have recently been taken over by new owners, and have maintained our reputation as a welcoming ... More | visit website
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Cock Hotel (0.14 miles)

Cock Hotel

The Cock Hotel is situated in Stony Stratford, a town which for centuries has occupied an important position on the old Roman Watling Street. The Cock's restaurant serves an exciting selection of freshly prepared dishes ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Milton Keynes Old Stratford (0.72 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Milton Keynes Hotel (1.09 miles)

Milton Keynes Hotel

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With free Wi-Fi, homely bedding and free parking, this quiet hotel overlooks countryside on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, within easy reach of the M1, A5 and Buckingham. Milton Keynes Hotel and ... More

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Furtho Manor Farm (1.76 miles)

Furtho Manor Farm

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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. ... More

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Roman Rooms Hotel (1.88 miles)

Roman Rooms Hotel

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A luxury self catering hotel, offering fantastic value for money to guests who are happy to help themselves to breakfast.Centrally located a few minutes from Central Milton Keynes.The hotel has ... More

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Cotels Serviced Apartments Lea Meadows (2.03 miles)

Cotels Serviced Apartments Lea Meadows

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Located in a residential area, these apartments are an ideal solution for a relaxing stay, just 5 mins drive from the City Centre and conveniently located next to the A5 ... More

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Abbey Hill Hotel (2.15 miles)

Abbey Hill Hotel

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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 ... More

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Home Farm (2.51 miles)

Home Farm

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A warm welcome awaits you at Home Farm. A period Farmhouse located in the picturesque village of Beachampton, set in the Buckinghamshire countryside.We are only 15 minutes from Central Milton ... More

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Novotel Milton Keynes (3.49 miles)

Novotel Milton Keynes
The Novotel Milton Keynes is a 2 minutes driving from the centre of Milton Keynes with Free car park. Novotel provides the complete range of facilities for what leisure travellers have come to expect. It ... More | visit website

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