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Reviewed on 11 Sep 2020
Reviewed on 14 Sep 2020
Reviewed on 11 Sep 2020
Bed and Breakfasts in Manchester
Manchester, the unofficial capital of the North, captivates visitors with its rich mix of museums and galleries, world-class shopping and trendy eateries, which rival any in London. Its industrial past created a wealth of red-brick warehouses, now converted into hip bars and creative studios, while glassy, head-turning new developments are rising from the city centre at an unstoppable speed. It's got some serious musical heritage, too. This was the city that gave the world the likes of The Smiths, Oasis and the Halle Orchestra, plus many more. Then there's the beloved football teams, Manchester City and Manchester United, whose loyal followers like nothing more than watching a match from the stadium terraces.
Trendy crash pads or Victorian terraces make up the B&Bs, Manchester
Heading to Manchester for a cultural break or taking the whole family on match day? The bed and breakfasts in Manchester might be just the ticket. They come in all shapes and sizes. Some are housed in the rows of Victorian terraces, whose cosy handful of guestrooms still have their period features intact. Others are trendy crash pads occupying old warehouses, that get booked up by young things looking to hit the city's thriving nightlife and music scene. Manchester bed and breakfasts are dotted all over the city, from Deansgate to Salford Quays. Either way, it's easy to find the right thing for you by using Expedia. Here, you can scroll through the extensive listings and check photos and facilities, before booking in just a few clicks.
When you've been checked in by the friendly owners, you can settle into your comfortable guestroom. Most come complete with all the trappings of a hotel, like tea-making facilities, a flat-screen TV and free WiFi. In the morning, you'll always wake to the smell of a full English breakfast cooking downstairs, the perfect way to set you up for a day of sightseeing. If you're on a tour of the UK, why not make the nearby cultural city of Liverpool your next stop?
Score tickets for match day or delve into the cultural museums near your B&B, Manchester
There's a long list of places to visit, like the Museum of Science and Industry, which occupies a building that once served as the world's oldest railway station.Or, there's the Manchester Museum, best known for its extraordinarily good Egyptology collection, which includes mummies among its artefacts. The best part – many are free of charge. If you're a fan of the beautiful game, it's unthinkable not to take a tour of Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium or, if you visit at the right time, you could score some tickets for the match. While you're in the area, try to leave some time for the Trafford Centre, whose 280-strong stores and restaurants make it one of the largest shopping centres in the UK. If you've booked a Manchester bed and breakfast in Salford Quays, you'll be in the heart of the revitalized waterfront district, where you can take a tour of the BBC studios or catch one of the shows at The Lowry.
It might be an urban sprawl, but there are adventures to be had here, too. Perfect your plough at the indoor ski centre, Chill Factore, or visit Trafford Quays Leisure Village, where you can try your hand at skydiving without having to jump from a plane. At the end of the day, you could swing by Chinatown to practise your chopstick skills on a plate of Cantonese stir-fry or pop into a bar for a drink and a hearty meal.