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Welcome to Premier Inn Milton Keynes South

Address: Bletcham Way, Milton Keynes, MK7 8HP

Hotel Description

Providing good value, comfortable accommodation, Premier Inn Milton Keynes South is close to MK Stadium and near Bletchley Park, providing the ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children are also served a free full breakfast, when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast includes cooked items, vegetarian options and a wide continental selection. Premier Inn Milton Keynes South is next to The Caldecotte Arms, serving good food in a welcoming environment. There is free on-site parking and a 24-hour reception at this Premier Inn.

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Milton Keynes College - University

Milton Keynes College - University

Distance 3.2 miles (5.11 km)
Milton Keynes College is located in Southern England and operates out of three campuses. The College currently enrolls over 33,500 students. It offers a wide range of programs such as Accountancy, Beauty & Holistic Therapy, Engineering & Motor Vehicle, Hairdressing, Leisure, Travel and Tourism, Construction, Performing Arts, Psychology and Criminal Behavior, Business and Management, Sports Science and Public Services, Hotel Catering and Hospitality, GCSE, Retail, English for International Students, A Levels, Childcare, Art and Design, and Floristry.

Milton Keynes Dons Football Club - Football Club

Milton Keynes Dons Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.27 miles (5.24 km)
Club formed in 1889 (as Wimbledon Old Centrals FC) or 2004 (as Milton Keynes Dons). During the 2003/2004 season, the club was being manged by the Administrators and many of the team's best players were being sold off. At the end of a very poor season, the club were relegated to League One (the new name for the Second Division). During the summer of 2003, Winkleman helped finance the National Hockey Stadium's conversion for football. In September 2003, Wimbledon F.C. moved into the National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes. By spring of 2004, Winkleman bought (or had to buy, to save his investments to date) the business out of bankruptcy.