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About Fenny Stratford
Fenny Stratford is a constituent town of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England and in the Civil Parish of Bletchley and Fenny Stratford. Originally an independent town, it was included in the Milton Keynes “designated area” in 1967. From 1895 it formed an urban district with Bletchley, until 1974 when it became part of the borough of Milton Keynes. It is located at the south east edge of the city and is its gateway to northbound travellers on the A5.
A mixture of old buildings and new developments, Fenny Stratford is a small town at the edge of Milton Keynes. Its market may be long gone but it hosts various shops, restaurants, pubs, newsagents, and hotels centered mainly around Aylesbury Street. There is an LGBT friendly night club on Watling Street. Fenny Stratford railway station, one of the five railway stations that serve Milton Keynes, is served by the (Bletchley – Bedford) Marston Vale Line.
The town name is an Old English language word that means ‘marshy ford on a Roman road’. The Roman road in this case is the Watling Street. There are traces of the Romano-British settlement MAGIOVINIUM (or Magiovintum) at Dropshot Farm, on the edge of the present day occupation. (Possibly the oldest known gold coin in Britain was found here in 1849, a gold stater of the mid-second century BCE. Although known as the “Bletchley” hoards, two coin hoards were also found at or near the site of MAGIOVINIUM, consisting of silver denarii, in 1967 and 1987.) The town was recorded in manorial rolls in 1252 as Fenni Stratford. King James I awarded a market charter in 1608, making it formally a town.
Being an ancient market town, Fenny Stratford was the location of a weekly market for many years until 1665 when the town was badly hit by the bubonic plague. As a result, the main London-Chester route that ran through the town on Watling Street was diverted away from it,and the market ceased to exist. The market was never reinstated: the town was very much in ruins by the early eighteenth century, and had by this time been joined with both Bletchley and Simpson, being commonly considered a hamlet of the former.
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Hôtel Campanile Milton Keynes – Fenny Stratford – from £41
Less than 1 mile from the A5 and perched on Fenny Stratford main street, this modern low-rise hotel is 2.8 miles from the National Bowl events arena and 4 miles from Milton Keynes.
Simple, modern rooms have flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
A continental breakfast buffet is available (surcharge). Amenities include an airy restaurant and a lounge bar, plus meeting space.