Tried and tested Airbnb Superhost with amazing customer reviews - why risk staying anywhere else? Clean home, comfy beds. Wifi & all the mod cons! We have two bedrooms on Airb&b so the bathroom MAY BE shared, if a problem, please ask before you book. 5 mins walk to Olney, Ideal for weekday stays near MK, N/hampton, Bedford. Silverstone. SORRY NO PETS.
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Own bedroom but the bathroom is just across the landing - not ensuite. The shower is a stand in the bath type shower. As I have two rooms on Airb&b, the bathroom may be shared, if this is a problem, please email to ask before you book. The room is offered on a bedroom basis only - no breakfast included unless requested. Guests are very welcome to use the house as their own. Pick ups to / from the airport can be arranged at an extra charge. Help with relocation and house hunting.
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Site tours of the surrounding area can be arranged, Bletchley Park etc. Relocation advice and help with house hunting also available. We are very happy to pick up from the airport and drop off (charges apply). We can offer assistance on where to go and what to see. Equally, the house is ideally situated for those working in Bedford, Northampton, Milton Keynes, Silverstone circuit isn't far either - good links to London via main line trains.
Olney, our charming and historic market town is in the very north of Buckinghamshire; roughly 12 miles from Northampton & from Milton Keynes. Olney is famous for its connection to the poet William Cowper and John Newton, the ex-slave trader, who together composed the Olney Hymns including “Amazing Grace”.
The Cowper and Newton Museum, on the southern side of the Market Place, is located in the house where Cowper lived from 1768 until 1786. It was here that he wrote much of his poetry.
The Museum also contains a fine collection of Buckinghamshire lace, which was at one time the main occupation of the townsfolk.
Additionally Olney has a fantastic bustling community with local pubs, restaurants and lovely little boutiques.
Once Britain’s Best Kept Secret, today Bletchley Park is a heritage site and vibrant tourist attraction. Open daily, visitors can explore some of the iconic WW2 Codebreaking Huts and Blocks and marvel at the astonishing achievements of the Codebreakers whose work is said to have helped shorten the war by two years. Public interest in Bletchley Park has grown enormously over the past few years and the number of visitors to Bletchley Park in 2014 was 195,000. (URL HIDDEN)
Week days is after 4PM (please contact if you need to get in before)