Venue: Kents Hill Park

Our venue for the 2020 conference is Kents Hill Park, Milton Keynes.  It is a popular choice for conferences, with an onsite gym, Jacuzzi and swimming pool and an excellent reputation for food. You may bring a non-delegate guest if you wish, which costs £42 per day during the conference, full board. Other amounts are on the Registration page.

To book a guest or to extend your stay, contact Reservations on +44 (0) 01908 358099.

The buildings

Kents Hill Park conference centre layout
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During your stay in Kents Hill, Reception, meals and the lounge and bar are in Swallow House. Our conference sessions will be in Nightingale, and the bedrooms will be in Lapwing.

All the buildings are connected by enclosed walkways, and are suitable for wheelchair use also. Each building has a Ground floor and a First floor, which can be accessed via stairs or lift.


If you are coming by road, see this Google map and/or look at the location information on the Kents Hill Park website.

Milton Keynes is on the main line northwest out of London from Euston station, which goes to  Birmingham and Manchester. Kents Hill Park is 4 miles from the train station, so you may want to take a taxi or bus. The conference centre uses Skyline Taxis (01908 222111) but of course there are many others in town.

If you are flying and can choose your airport of arrival, some airports are easier than others to get to Milton Keynes. I recommend using the Man in Seat 61 for an introduction to the rail system. Also Rome 2 Rio or Google maps to explore your options for public transport, before booking. (From Gatwick, Thameslink will give you fewest changes).

Kents Hill welcomes you to extend your stay. Please contact:

Kents Hill Park
Swallow House,
Timbold Dr,
Kents Hill,
Milton Keynes

T: +44 (0) 1908 358 000

2018 conference of the British Association for Psychological Type is at Swallow House, Kents Hill Park, Milton Keynes

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