Village hotel Manchester £35 per room including breakfast
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Village hotel Manchester £35 per room including breakfast

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Found 29th Jan
Manchester only believe it’s only valid for February stays but might be handy for someone price includes breakfast for two!
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Valentines availability too! Great value!
jameswalker98 m ago

Valentines availability too! Great value!


I hope your missus isn’t on here too haha
Which one of the three would be city centre?
55 for a club room
Heat for the fact that it's Manchester if it helps anyone, the Ashton one is ( I think) the newest, is right next to motorway, tram, new leisure park and IKEA ( cheap meals, free pencils). The Bury one , straight off the motorway, has one of those carvery restaurants there, but that's about it, but is very close to bury town centre.
TheUrbis1 h, 4 m ago

Which one of the three would be city centre?


None
jpoolfitz4 m ago

None


This all of them of outside the m60 I would so much say that's this is false advertising by village to even call them Manchester hotels

All 3 of them are about 30 mins via car and 40 via public transport from the city centre
TheUrbis1 h, 28 m ago

Which one of the three would be city centre?


none. ashton is on the tram line however
All on outskirts of Manchester so additional expenses and time to get into city centre, you better getting in city centre if you want nightlife and drinking. I wouldnt book for city centre visit personally, even at that price, plenty of travelodges and premier inns in city centre for budget prices.
Ashton definately the best for Manchester City Centre. Tram takes 25minutes and is every 12 minutes all day until midnight (1am weekends). Loads and loads of restaurants, chain pubs bars, cinema, bowling walking distance from it and ikea a long walk or one tram stop away.
This is a good deal, getting paid £35 to kip down in Manchester or have I misunderstood the deal?
peterstyles7511 h, 41 m ago

All on outskirts of Manchester so additional expenses and time to get into …All on outskirts of Manchester so additional expenses and time to get into city centre, you better getting in city centre if you want nightlife and drinking. I wouldnt book for city centre visit personally, even at that price, plenty of travelodges and premier inns in city centre for budget prices.


You're not wrong, but worth mentioning that lots of the city centre hotels dont have car parks, and parking isn't cheap, maybe more than cost of the tram, and the Village hotels have plenty of parking, so that could be a factor
juggler13 h, 30 m ago

You're not wrong, but worth mentioning that lots of the city centre hotels …You're not wrong, but worth mentioning that lots of the city centre hotels dont have car parks, and parking isn't cheap, maybe more than cost of the tram, and the Village hotels have plenty of parking, so that could be a factor


Excellent point juggler1, also many of them are very close to motorways, Ashton and Bury, so an easy drive, avoiding city centre traffic.
have stayed at bury last feb and ashton just before christmas , ashton is 10mins walk from tram stop cheap day return into manchester 25mins away,bury around 10 mins drive from town centre ,market and steam railway do not if staying at the ashton one go to the ashwood farm carvery pub next to the hotel absolutely terrible meal we had there.
juggler130th Jan

You're not wrong, but worth mentioning that lots of the city centre hotels …You're not wrong, but worth mentioning that lots of the city centre hotels dont have car parks, and parking isn't cheap, maybe more than cost of the tram, and the Village hotels have plenty of parking, so that could be a factor


I guess valid point if driving, guess that reason why I always take the train to Manchester, it's less hassle and cheaper for me living down south, parking in Manchester can be a nightmare, when I lived I had the benefit of having access to the staff car park at night and weekends, but before you ask it isn't there any more
Edited by: "peterstyles75" 1st Feb
peterstyles7529 m ago

I guess valid point if driving, guess that reason why I always take the …I guess valid point if driving, guess that reason why I always take the train to Manchester, it's less hassle and cheaper for me living down south, parking in Manchester can be a nightmare, when I lived I had the benefit of having access to the staff car park at night and weekends, but before you ask it isn't there any more


I want your staff pass
looks like it has expired
TheUrbis29th Jan

Which one of the three would be city centre?


lindy52631st Jan

have stayed at bury last feb and ashton just before christmas , ashton is …have stayed at bury last feb and ashton just before christmas , ashton is 10mins walk from tram stop cheap day return into manchester 25mins away,bury around 10 mins drive from town centre ,market and steam railway do not if staying at the ashton one go to the ashwood farm carvery pub next to the hotel absolutely terrible meal we had there.



Ashton is about a 5 Min walk never had a complaint about the Carvery next door wither
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