Directions: in a quiet courtyard set back from the High St in Stony Stratford. 2 minute walk from town centre and next to the Calcutta Indian Brassarie. Nearest entrance is the Old Stratford end of town.
Arriving By Car: MK11 1LJ
Parking: we have limited free parking available to the rear of the building, entering via Fegan’s Court.
Click here to see other free car parks nearby
Arriving By Train:
when arriving at Milton Keynes Central Station head to bus stop Z3 and wait for the number 6 bus, these run about every 20 minutes.
when arriving at Wolverton Train Station head to the bus stop on Church Street which is bus stop C on the link – http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/posters/WOL.pdf Buses to Stony Stratford: 6, 30 or 31
Alternatively you can book a taxi – Skyline Taxis 01908 222111 / Raffles 01908 222222
Arriving by Coach:
at Milton Keynes Coachway get on Bus 300 to the central rail station, then head to the Z3 bus stop and wait for the number 6 bus to Stony Stratford . There is no direct bus route to Stony from the Coachway. http://www.nationalexpress.com/wherewego/townsandcities/coach-travel-to-milton-keynes.aspx
You can book a taxi – Skyline Taxis 01908 222111 Raffles 01908 222222
Arriving By Bus: From around the City -6 / 30 / 31 / 80 / 88 / 89 / 90 / 90A / 99
Arriving by Plane:
Luton Airport – http://www.london-luton.co.uk/en/airport/
Bus – head to bus bay 6, and get on service 99, this will take you to Milton Keynes Central. Where you can either get on bus 6, or book a taxi.
Train – get on the shuttle bus service that runs to Luton Airport Parkway. Here get a train heading to Bedford, change at Bedford station to head to Bletchley. At Bletchley change to get to Wolverton Station. Follow instructions for arrived by train arriving at Wolverton.
Taxi – You can alternatively book a taxi to meet you at the airport prices vary from £30 http://www.greenlineairporttaxis.co.uk/
Gatwick Airport – http://www.gatwickairport.com/to-and-from/
Bus – direct buses and coaches JL707 and FK230 to Milton Keynes Coach way run from the lower South Terminal forecourt and also call at the North Terminal. It is best to book in advance via http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx however you can purchase tickets at National Express Desk. Once you arrive at Milton Keynes Coach way follow our instructions for arriving by Coach.
Train – from Gatwick Airport Train Station and get on train service heading to London Victoria. From London Victoria use Victoria Line Northbound to London Euston. At Euston you will be able to get a direct train to Milton Keynes Central, or Wolverton Station. Follow instructions for arriving by train.
Taxi – You can alternatively book a taxi to meet you at the airport prices vary from £80. http://www.greenlineairporttaxis.co.uk/
Heathrow Airport – http://www.heathrowairport.com/transport-and-directions
Bus – head to Heathrow Central Bus Station, where direct buses run to Milton Keynes Coach way service JL707 and FK230. It’s best to book in advance via http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx however you can purchase tickets at Heathrow Bus Station or from the bus driver, subject to availability. If using Terminal 5 you will find a National Express ticket office inside the terminal, in the international arrivals area. Once you arrive at Milton Keynes Coach way follow our instructions for arriving by Coach.
Train – get on the Piccadilly Line to Leicester Square, here change to the Northern Line and head to London Euston. At Euston you will be able to get a direct train to Milton Keynes Central or Wolverton Station. Follow instructions for arriving by train.
Taxi – You can alternatively book a taxi to meet you at the airport prices vary from £60 http://www.greenlineairporttaxis.co.uk/
Stansted Airport – http://www.stanstedairport.com/to-and-from-the-airport/
Bus – the National Express bus service Line 737/777 to Luton Airport bus station, get off here to join the service 99 to Milton Keynes Central Station, to bus stop Z3 and wait for the number 6 bus to Stony Stratford.
Train – use the Stansted Express heading to Tottenham Hale Underground, get on the Victoria Line Southbound to London Euston. At Euston you will be able to get a direct train to Milton Keynes Central or Wolverton Station. Follow instructions for arriving by train.
Taxi – You can alternatively book a taxi to meet you at the airport prices vary from £70 http://www.greenlineairporttaxis.co.uk/
We recommend searching on www.airbnb.co.uk/ where you’ll find unique places to stay!
– Stony Stratford Georgian flat
– Stylish new room, fab location
– Spacious Room in a Cosy Home
– The Old Forge
. Travel Lodge, Old Stratford, Milton Keynes
Basic facilities, helpful and friendly staff.
From £60, can vary depending on local events, it’s best to book online
Includes: Tea & Coffee, Ensuite with shower, TV, Free Parking, Wifi £3 for 24hr
Breakfast Box £4.95, Buddies Restaurant next door open from 9am
4 minute drive down Towcester Road to Stony Stratford
. Woodleys Farmhouse
http://woodleys-farm-house-bed-breakfast.miltonkeyneshotel.co.uk/en/ 07983 561333 firstname.lastname@example.org
Highly recommended and is a 15 minute drive away. They offer a discretionary discount to Whitespace Students and can cater for various dietary requirements, gluten free, vegetarian, diary free or vegan on request.
. The Milton Keynes Mercure Hotel, The Approach Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes, MK8 8LY, 01908 561666
Has been recommended and is less than a 10 minute drive away.
. The Bull Hotel
64 High St, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes MK11 1AQ, 01908 567104
Basic facilities, helpful and friendly staff. Restaurant and Bar. Free breakfast, free parking, free Wi-Fi.
5 minute walk from the Studio.
. The Stony Bolt
A shared house just a 5-10-minute walk away!
Double Room: £57 p/night (single or double occupancy)
Bunk bed Room: £40 p/person p/night
Get in touch with Joanne Kemp on 07984713332 or email@example.com for more details
The historic town of Stony Stratford
If you have time during your visit we recommend a little trip around Stony Stratford, it is a busy, picturesque market town at the north-west corner of Milton Keynes. The many pubs, restaurants and specialist shops attract visitors from some distance! The highlight of the annual calendar is in early June (second Sunday) when Folk on the Green, a free (voluntary contribution) festival of folk music, folk rock and eclectic taste takes over Horsefair Green. If you are interested in the history of this market town please click on the link below for information – including the abduction of the two princes that famously died in the tower! http://www.mkheritage.co.uk/mkm/stonystratford/docs/history.html