Our hotel is located close to Milton Keynes central rail station and easily accessible whether travelling by car or using public transport. Follow the directions below to plan your route and get in as quickly as possible.
Off-site parking is available opposite the hotel on Midsummer Boulevard, approx. 50m away.
Standard bays (purple) are available from 50p per hour and Premium bays (red) are charged at £2 per hour.
Please note parking is free of charge between 6pm and 7am and methods of payment are ‘Pay & Display at the meter’, ‘card payment via telephone’ or the ‘RinGo smartphone app’ and can be paid in advance.
Leave the M1 at junction 14, then at roundabout take 1st exit onto the A509 (signposted Milton Keynes). Follow A509 to H5 Portway (signposted Central Milton Keynes). At North Secklow roundabout, take 1st exit onto Secklow Gate (signposted Shopping) Turn right onto Silbury Boulevard. Take 2nd left onto Witan Gate. Hotel is on the left at Midsummer Boulevard.
The nearest bus stop is located just outside the hotel. As you turn right outside of the doors you will see bus stops located on either side of the dual carriageway approx 1-minute walk. In each stop it will display the destination and the stops along the way. But please do not hesitate to ask reception for further directions or travelling advice.
Walking is the perfect way for getting around Milton Keynes since everything is so close in the central area. But if you fancied something a bit more tranquil then a nice walk in Campbell Park located just beyond the main city centre, will give a great look out over the Grand Union canal as well as over looking the centre of Milton Keynes. There's a great site that shows you the many walking routes of Milton Keynes.
At airport roundabout, follow signs for Airport Way - A1081. At Kidney Wood roundabout, take 2nd exit onto the M1 (signposted The North). Leave the M1 at junction 14, then at roundabout take 1st exit onto the A509 (signposted Milton Keynes). Follow A509 to H5 Portway (signposted Central Milton Keynes). At North Secklow roundabout, take 1st exit onto Secklow Gate (signposted Shopping) Turn right onto Silbury Boulevard. Take 2nd left onto Witan Gate. The hotel is on the left at Midsummer Boulevard.
Cycling is very popular in Milton Keynes, avoiding all the roundabouts there is plenty of red-ways for keen cyclists. Milton Keynes has over 300 miles worth of cycle ways, so it’s the perfect way to get around as well as taking in all the sights along the way. You will find routes and maps on the green table in reception.