Holiday Inn Milton Keynes East M1 J14

A Hotel in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire

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Newport Pagnell
MK16 0JA

Holiday Inn Milton Keynes East M1 J14, Newport Pagnell

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The Holiday Inn Milton Keynes-East M1, Jct.14 is situated in a rural location with views over open countryside and within easy reach of the M1 and central Milton Keynes. Blending Georgian elegance with modern comfort the Holiday Inn Milton Keynes - East M1, Jct. 14 provides relaxed surroundings for business or pleasure.

Meet with friends or colleagues in the congenial atmosphere of the lounge bar.

3 star rating

From: £30.00

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