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Hadn't been here for many years, and thought I'd give it a try to see if it was still as good, I wasn't disappointed.
The fillet steak was beautiful, as were the skin on fries and salad.
Really good and attentive service, without being intrusive,...More
possibly the best place to stay in the Milton Keynes area, definitely my favourite. Rooms recently refurbished, comfortable, clean and the TV is at the right height. The food is always excellent, fresh and well presented, always has a guest beer and there is a...More
We stayed here the other weekend whilst visiting Bletchley Park. The accommodation is small brick chalets in the grounds. I'm not usually keen on this type of accommodation but they were lovely. The bedroom was roomy, as was the bathroom and the quality of the...More
We were a party of four we had a fantastic meal could not fault it in any way, just superb. Everything was cooked just right, my husband who cannot eat potatoes in any other form than chips was catered for. I feel the photos say...More
Stayed here for one night while away with work. I wish it had been all week. The rooms are modern, spotlessly clean and all ground level. I had a meal and for £14 it was close to Michelin star quality. Why can't other hotels and...More
Hi Nigel and Rumba, we stayed a couple of times with our dog (a Weimaraner) at the Carrington Arms, and nothing extra was charged. But I would advise to mention it to the hotel you will bring your munchkin when you do the... More
Hi Nigel and Rumba, we stayed a couple of times with our dog (a Weimaraner) at the Carrington Arms, and nothing extra was charged. But I would advise to mention it to the hotel you will bring your munchkin when you do the booking. Enjoy your stay!
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"Ask for a room overlooking the fields rather than facing the carpark"