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Wild Dairy -Tiny house /Wilding #tinyhousenation

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Tiny home
hosted by Karen
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bed
  3. 1.5 baths
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Wild Dairy, a unique tiny house, was born out of our love for the Wild, Nature and the great outdoors . Remotely located in a field you will be sharing with horses, rabbits and an old barn owl that makes occassional visits to Wild Dairy. Dedicated Wi-fi and work space .
A short walk into the tiny Hamlet of North Crawley to the small village shop and two great local public houses. (A short stagger home.) There is also a farm shop nearby where you can buy raw milk , more fresh bread and eggs.

The space
Easily accessed by car or from Milton Keynes Train station,North Crawley is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Milton Keynes, (ceremonial) Buckinghamshire, England.[2] It is located near the border with Bedfordshire, about three and a half miles east of Newport Pagnell.

The village name 'Crawley' is an Old English language word, and means 'clearing frequented by crows'. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the village was referred to as Crauelai. In manorial records in 1197 the area was split into Great Crawley and Little Crawley. The prefix 'North' was added sometime before 1398.[3] Local speculation has it that the prefix was added to distinguish the village from the town of Crawley in West Sussex but supporting historical evidence remains to be found. The hamlet of Little Crawley still exists under that name.

The Tiny house movement has grown quickly and this is our second development offering a little more exclusivity and privacy . A hot tub is yours to unwind plus you can access the 4 g wifi or stay unconnected .botg are included in the price and the hot tub water is refreshed for ever new guest .You have access to the fields and there is an abundance of footpaths in and around the area. We hope to have thought of everything you need but please let us know if

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom area
1 double bed

What this place offers

Valley view
Garden view
Kitchen
Wifi
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Private pool
Private hot tub
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning

Where you’ll be

Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom

We are 5 mins drive to central Milton Keynes and the M1 but in the heart of the country .
North Crawley is steeped in History and appears in the doomsday book. The village name 'Crawley' is an Old English language word, and means 'clearing frequented by crows'. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the village was referred to as Crauelai. In manorial records in 1197 the area was split into Great Crawley and Little Crawley. The prefix 'North' was added sometime before 1398.[3] Local speculation has it that the prefix was added to distinguish the village from the town of Crawley in West Sussex but supporting historical evidence remains to be found. The hamlet of Little Crawley still exists under that name.

Anciently North Crawley was the location of a monastery dedicated to Saint Firmin. The monastery was recorded in the Domesday Book, though had fallen into such decay by the Dissolution of the Monasteries that little notice was taken of it, and it fell into ruin shortly afterwards.

We have a local shop that sells fresh bread and a great local farm shop that sells unpaterusised milkfrom our own North Crawley cows., local jams , bread and meat and vegtables. Its about a miles walk to the dairy .

There are two great local pubs one that is very well known locally for great food. Both are a short walk prob about 3/4 mile or less and a footpath all the way .
Lots of great walks locally and only a few minutes from some great tourist spots such as Woburn , the safair park ,gullivers land etc . Very close to Cranfield University . In fact you could walk down the lane - its less than two miles or one Bus stop.

7 nights in Milton Keynes

Jul 23, 2022 - Jul 30, 2022

4.94 out of 5 stars from 82 reviews

Hosted by Karen

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Hi
I work locally and love to travel myself . I was fortunate to be shortlisted for national geographic travel photographer of the year in 2016. Happy to help you find great places to visit locally or just leave you in peace to find your own way whatever you prefer . The house is very go with the flow and the location is very quiet overlooking fields at the back . I am looking forward to welcoming you to our lovely friendly village.
Kind regards Karen
Hi
I work locally and love to travel myself . I was fortunate to be shortlisted for national geographic travel photographer of the year in 2016. Happy to help you find great…

During your stay

Hi we will arrange to be here and meet you to show you to Wild Dairy and give you a key x
Call Karen on 07966754071 - we thought about a key safe but think you wont find on your own as in middle of a field :)

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