Rural Accommodation

Elm Tree Farm B&B

B&B
£35.00
 -  £80.00
Notes : Discount for 4 night stays
Elm Tree Farm
Cosgrove
Milton Keynes
MK 19 7BE
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Owner Information
Lucy Karklis
Elm Tree Farm B&B
Cosgrove
Milton Keynes
Northamptonshire
MK19 7BE
Phone : 01908 542437
Elm Tree Farm accommodation is situated on the Grand Union Canal approximately 60 miles north of London and 60 miles south of Birmingham.

We are within 10 minutes of Milton Keynes and 15mins to Northampton. We are a working farm and offer luxury accommodation whether working or visiting the area.

The accommodation comprises of 3 B&B rooms in the farm house, and 8 newly built apartments located in a courtyard arrangement of buildings across from the main farm house. There are 3 Short Stay Studios, 3 self catering Holiday Cottages and 2 Serviced Apartments. which offer a variety of facilities depending on your requirements and length of stay. All of the apartments are newly built, providing clean, modern accommodation, fully furnished and equipped with self catering facilities and wifi. There is a separate laundry room with washing machines and a tumble dryer. All apartments are strictly non smoking. We have a secure bike store, so feel free to bring a bike.

The farm is situated in the Tove Valley with the river running through our meadow fields. Day fishing permits can be arranged by prior arrangement. We are opposite the Navigation Inn Pub, which offers reasonably priced evening meals and live entertainment.

The canal provides good walks and cycling, linking up with the Milton Keynes "Red Ways". There are extensive bridle-ways in the area and we are located within a 15 minute hack to Milton Keynes Event Centre.

We pride ourselves in offering a warm and welcome stay in the farmhouse, which has been offering B&B for over 6yrs. All of the rooms are freshly decorated with en-suite shower rooms. We have a 'key code' entry system to allow guests flexible comings and goings.
Accept Children 
Credit Cards Accepted 
Fishing Nearby 
Fridge 
Garden Patio 
Internet Access 
Parking On-Site 
Serves Breakfast 
Working Farm 

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