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Swan Revived Hotel
High Street
Newport Pagnell

Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire

MK16 8AR | View map
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A charming former Coaching Inn which retains many of its traditional features as well as all of the modern comforts you would expect for an enjoyable stay.
There are 40 well equipped en-suite bedrooms, private function rooms for conferences and private dining, and a beautiful oak panelled restaurant. As well as a residents'bar and lounge there is a pub - the 'Frog & Nightgown' which serves bar food every lunchtime and evening.
The hotel benefits from a rural atmosphere whilst still retaining a central position just one and a half miles from the M1 motorway and only 10 minutes drive from the centre of Milton Keynes. free broadband access in all rooms

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Ratings/Awards: 3 STARS
Number of Rooms: 40
Number Ensuite: 40

Price per Room:

Double: 74 - 100
Twin: 74 - 100
Single: 58 - 90.00
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Cuisine: English/French
Chef: David Jenkins

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