Garden, patio and conservatoryGuest room
Chase House, Whaddon near Milton Keynes
Chase House, Whaddon near Milton Keynes
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
2.5 baths
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
2.5 baths
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Whaddon is one of the most sought after residential villages near Milton Keynes and Bletchley. See My Profile for information on the secret role of MI6 Communications in Whaddon during WW2, I will sent the feature from MK Pulse (no need to stay).

We live on Church Hill over looking 'Windy Ridge' the site for the Transmitter used for disseminating ULTRA messages to Military Commanders, Embassies and covert agents

Wonderful place for interesting travelled people... call/email!

Guest access

Access to kitchen, lounge, office, conservatory and all garden and patio area

Interaction with guests

Very pleased to advise guests on local places of interest.

Free parking on premises

Extra people $60 CAD / night after the first guest
Weekly Discount: 10%
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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 1PM
Check out by 11AM


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Whaddon, United KingdomJoined in August 2016
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International businessman who has lived in 4 continents and visited 26 cities in China. Winner of CBI Award for 'New Product of the Year' in 2007.
The Mayan culture of Mexico, Belize and Guatemala is my passion along with sport. Three daughters who live away from home.

Bletchley Park and the breaking of the Enigma code is now well know. Amazingly very few messages were sent from Bletchley Park...the majority of the ULTRA messages to Commanders in the Field, Embassies and covert Agents were disseminated from 'Windy Ridge' Transmitter in front of my house in Whaddon.

After over 70 years the secret role of MI6 Communications in Whaddon during WW2 was first brought into the public domain by a detailed two page story which I wrote for MK PULSE earlier this year. I will be pleased to email this feature as a jpeg copy, (no need to a guest).
Motto, 'Better to see it than read about it'

Languages: Español

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