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All reviewsthe pubpretty countrysidemilton keynessmall fridge in the roomgreat accommodationordered drinkscomfortable bedbooked a tablewhilst visiting familylate arrivala nice place to staycar parkmain buildingwet roomrooms are moderntea and coffee making facilitiesfriday evening
The Carrington Arms have brick built 1-storey rooms around a courtyard / car park setting and some rooms overlook the wheat fields ( rooms 101-105 ). The rooms were very functional and quite new and it was quite peaceful where we were located overlooking the...More
Stayed three nights here while on a course, and was really impressed with the quality of the rooms for the cost. The owners have built a new separate accommodation building (rooms 101-104) which are the interior decoration standard of a 4-star hotel but without all...More
Stayed one night whilst on a course.
Excellent steak and the lamb dish was exquisite. Wines selection was good.
Location really handy for the M1.
Rooms well appointed and comfortable.
If I have to find a fault, I would have liked more interesting real ales....More
We stayed here this weekend just gone for one night as we were going to Santa Pod on Sunday morning. We paid what I feel was a very reasonable £47 for B&B.
Check in was at the bar and was ok and reasonably quick and...More
We stayed on the way to our sons, our accomodation was very clean, lovely bathroom, like an up market travellodge. For the money we paid, it far exceeded our expectations. We had a meal in their restaurant, it was probably one of the nicest meals...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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"All rooms are away from the restaurant so are quiet."