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Eastlake Park, Tongwell St, Fox Milne, Milton Keynes • Buckinghamshire Accommodation.
800 metres from the M1 motorway, Holiday Inn Express Milton Keynes offers free parking and free Wi-Fi. The modern rooms have satellite TV and Wi-Fi is free in public areas.… More
156 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe, Bucks •Buckinghamshire County Accommodation.
With free Wi-Fi and free private parking, this Edwardian building now houses a hotel and restaurant offering contemporary rooms and serviced apartments with excellent facilities at great-value rates.… More
Aston Clinton Road, Aylesbury • Buckinghamshire County
Conveniently located on the A41, within easy reach of the M25, M40 and M1 motorways, this hotel offers great facilities and stylish and comfortable surroundings for business and leisure guests.… More
The Holiday Inn Aylesbury boasts 139 fully air conditioned modern rooms. As well as stylish and comfortable accommodation, the hotel also has a restaurant, bar and lounge. The impressive facilities also include the Spirit Health and Fitness Club, with its own indoor swimming pool. Whether you are relaxing after a hard day’s work or a long day spent exploring the region, the excellent leisure facilities provide a great way to unwind.
The Academy meeting, conference and banqueting facility is on-hand for all of your business needs.
The hotel’s convenient location means it has great access to the region’s major roads and Ascot Racecourse is just 55 minutes away, while Blenheim Palace is just 45 minutes away. Complimentary guest parking is also available.
This property is also rated for the best value in Aylesbury! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
Hotel Accommodation Rooms: 139
Pitstone Windmill Buckinghamshire England.
Pitstone Windmill is a Grade II* listed windmill in England which is thought to date from the early 17th century.
Pitstone Windmill It is thought to have been first built circa 1627 as this date is carved on part of the framework.
This is the earliest date to be found on any windmill in the British Isles. it is quite possible the mill predates 1627.
In 1902 the mill was seriously damaged during an enormous gale, damaging it beyond the price of economic repair.
Around 1922 the derelict ruined mill was bought from the Ashridge Estate by a farmer whose land was close to the mill.
National Trust 1937
In 1937 he donated it to the National Trust. However, it was not until 1963 that a band of volunteers began to carry out renovations at their own expense.
1970, after an interlude of 68 years, the mill once again ground corn.
Today the windmill is open to the public on Summer Sunday afternoons.
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