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Reviewed on 26 Sep 2019
Sometimes it just doesn't feel like a holiday when you have to drop the family pet off at boarding kennels or the cattery. But there's no reason to leave them behind when you visit Manchester, as the city has plenty of pet-friendly hotels where cats and dogs are welcome. You'll find chain hotels and independent hotels in the city centre as well as in Bolton, Altrincham, Sale and Wigan offering pet-friendly rooms, so nobody needs to miss out on the fun of a weekend away.
While you might appreciate the free WiFi and parking on offer at Manchester hotels, your pet will probably be pleased to find that the majority of pet-friendly hotels are happy to cater for the needs of man's best friend, providing bowls or mats to keep mess to a minimum. In larger chain hotels, you may even be able to make a special room request for your four-legged friend. Make sure you check with your hotel that pets are allowed, as most offer specific pet-friendly rooms and will charge an additional fee for pets.
Staying in a hotel on the outskirts of the city centre may be the best move for dog or cat owners enjoying a break in Manchester. You'll find a number of walking, cycling and horse riding trails in the surrounding countryside, and you can download further information on these (using your hotel's free WiFi) from the Manchester Visitor Information Centre website, or pop in - they're located in Piccadilly Gardens. Tatton Park is a popular choice for family days out - there's plenty of space for pets to run around, as well as a working farm with tractor and trailer rides, animals to pet and a kids zone with woodland play trail and mazes.
As well as amenities for your pet, you'll find hotels in Manchester offer plenty of amenities to keep guests happy too. For those catching up on work, there are business centres and meeting spaces available, while anybody in need of a spot of pampering will appreciate indoor pools, spas and health clubs, on offer at some larger hotels.