|Apple Tree House Milton Keynes Apple Tree House, 16 Verley Close, Woughton on the Green, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK6 3ER|
"Mike and Sheila would be pleased to welcome you to their home situated in Woughton on the Green. This is a peaceful village surrounded by open space, waterways and parkland. It retains a sense of rural tranquillity in keeping with its mediaeval origins and yet is conveniently placed for travel, commerce, shopping, leisure, sport and cultural activities within and around the city of Milton Keynes."
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|Mike and Sheila would be pleased to welcome you to their home situated in Woughton on the Green. This is a peaceful village surrounded by open space, waterways and parkland. It retains a sense of rural tranquillity in keeping with its mediaeval origins and yet is conveniently placed for travel, commerce, shopping, leisure, sport and cultural activities within and around the city of Milton Keynes.|
|Apple Tree House is a Canadian designed, comtemporary house. As would be expected in a home of such unique design, we have all modern amenities including central heating with individual room controls, power showers in bright, well appointed bath/shower rooms; comfortable, interior sprung beds in bright, airy bedrooms, a dining room and cosy inviting lounge, a large, private, well tended garden to relax in, and driveway parking.|
|Each bedroom is equipped with colour TV, hospitality tray, hairdryer and tissues. The bathrooms have a supply of quality tolietries.|
|Where possbile we will meet individual requirements, given suitable notice. Your choice of breakfast is served in our dining room and guests are welcome to make use of the adjoining lounge which is a comfortable, sunny room, with a southerly aspect overlooking the secluded garden.|
|Woughton On The Green|
Woughton on the Green is a village within the boundaries of the new city of Milton Keynes and yet surrounded by open space, parkland and waterways. It has medieval origins - Anglo Saxon name: Wulha's Tun - and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086 with an estimated population of 120. It has a village shop, a 14th century church, a 17th century pub and, of course, Apple Tree House, which has a 4 diamond rating with the AA guest house registration scheme.
Woughton retains its character and seclusion while benefiting from all the advantages of being part of a larger development area. Our name originates from the Crab Apple Trees, which form part of a centuries old, protected hedge to one side of the property. Every second year they provide a wonderful showof blossom and fruit, followed closely by the hawthorns with may flowers and autumn berries. Our third of an acre of well planted garden with decking, water feature, shaded areas, and gravel and grass section is available for our guests to share.Virtually outside the front door of apple Tree House is the Milton Keynes Linear Park and the Grand Union Canal, with its rows of popular trees, which bisects the city. To the south of us is The Green and the site of the medieval village with its remnants of agricultural systems, fishponds and streets, and beyondthat the Woughton Vineyard, producing organic wine. To the north of Apple Tree House, accessed via the Linear Park, is the Water Gardens where many wild flowers and grasses thrive and swans, ducks, moorhens and other water fowl regularly breed. Finally to the East of the village is the ouzel Valley Park, traversed by the River Ouzel which is flanked by willows and many acres of parkland. Sheep are usually to be found grazing here with the addition of lambs every spring.
The area is criss crossed by footpaths and is virtually traffic free with redways, leisure trails, horse trails and footpaths designed to separate the tranquil, pleasure seeking pedestrian, horse rider or cyclist from the motor car. Further details of the area, including walking maps are available for visitors to apple Tree House.
However, the motorist is not ignored. Milton Keynes grid road system is designed specifically for the motorist. It is well signposted and provides easy access to all parts of the city and surrounding areas, whether commercial, residential, industrial or leisure. Again, maps, details of parking etc are available at Apple Tree House.
Beyond Woughton on The Green, within walking distance of Apple Tree House are the open University, De Montford University and Milton Kenes Hospital. The city itself abounds in leisure and recreational opportunities, as well as prime shopping areas and diverse commercial centres.
Within a short walk/drive of Apple Tree House and within the City area are many areas of interest, including the newly opened regional theatre and its surrounding amenity area, the renowned shopping centre (currently undergoing further expansion and pedestrianisation), art and craft areas, and sites of historic and archaeological interest.
Virtually all sporting and leisure activities are catered for, ranging from the normal (fooball, swimming, equestrian, golf, walking etc) to the more unusual, including dry slope skiing, go-karting and narrow boating. Further details of these and other entertainments are available to meet most tastes and budgets are located throughout the area (but don't forget - excellent food, reasonably priced, is served in the comfort of Apple Tree House, special diets catered for where possible.)
|Beyond the City Boundaries|
With many attractions on its doorstep, the city of Milton Keynes is also within an hour and a half of many national leisure facilities including more than 15 historic houses, and many national known gardens, parks, museums, sites of special interest, sporting venues and facilities, and recreational areas.
Further details always available when you join us at Apple Tree House. Whether your stay is for commercial or leisure purposes, we will aim to offer you a relaxing environment, personal service and home comforts, in our modern, clean, non smoking home.
From Junction 14 - M1
Follow signs to Central Milton Keynes
1st Roundabout - straight over (Childs Way)
2nd Roundabout - turn left at Total garage (Tongwell Street)
3rd Roundabout - turn right (Chaffron Way)
4th Roundabout - straight over
At sign for Woughton on Green turn left
2nd turn on right - Baskerfield Road
3rd turn on right - Verley Close then 1st turn on right
2nd house on left, number 16 is Apple Tree House