A comfortable and affordable 3 star bed and breakfast situated on the outskirts of Manchester.
This boutique B&B offers a secluded location that is still within reach of Manchester's city sights.
A luxurious 5 star boutique hotel offering creature comforts with oodles of old fashioned charm.
Seen by many as the ‘capital’ of the north of England, vibrant Manchester is a sprawling city packed with diverse music, art and cultural scenes. Whether you’re looking for a cultural break, lively nightlife or a family friendly bed and breakfast Manchester won’t disappoint.
Central Manchester is home to two of the largest universities in the UK and the student and youth scene adds a lively, cutting edge atmosphere to the city, especially when it comes to clubs and fashion. Enjoy some of the best nightlife and shopping in England from your B&B in Manchester!
On a weekend getaway, most of the top attractions in the city can be reached on foot from a central Manchester b and b. The Metrolink Tram, however, provides an easy and convenient way to see sights further afield, including Heaton Park and the world-famous Old Trafford, home to Manchester United Football Club.
If you want to find a B&B Manchester has plenty of accommodation options throughout the city centre. Stay in the Millennium Quarter for old fashioned architecture and a taste of historic city life, or look to The Village and Canal Street for contemporary culture, clubbing and the LGBT scene. Upmarket Disbury, meanwhile, is the place to go for trendy restaurants and al fresco bars.
When it comes to attractions, don’t miss Manchester Cathedral – the widest in England – and the imposing Manchester Town Hall on Albert Square. Manchester Museum and The Whitworth Art Gallery are also well worth a visit. Shopping fans will want to head to Piccadilly Gardens and Deansgate for a great choice of shops in the city centre or the modern Trafford Centre mall outside of town.
But if you’re staying at a cheap guest house of bed and breakfast in Manchester, there’s a good chance you’ll want to experience the excellent restaurants, bars and clubs of this busy city! You can find any cuisine here, from Rusholme’s Curry Mile of Indian restaurants to Chinese and Korean in China Town, to start of the night. Next, go to the Northern Quarter or Oxford Road for a vast array of pubs and bars, followed by a night of partying at legendary dance venue The Warehouse Project or with local Manchester bands at Fifth Avenue on Princess Street.