Bed And Breakfast in Manchester

If you’re planning a trip to this metropolis in the northwest of England, there is a wide selection of high quality and good value bed and breakfasts from which you can choose.

Brooklands Lodge

boo6This suburban bed and breakfast is located in the southwest of Manchester, very close to the Brooklands Metrolink station. This closeness to the metro means eager football fans need less than ten minutes to get to Old Trafford, which is a huge selling point for many visitors. The B&B is well kept and has a very welcoming feel to it. Rooms are decorated in a neutral fashion; the gardens are inviting and the owners pay great attention to detail. There are seven en-suite rooms, with a budget option for the cost-minded traveller. There is free Wi-Fi, and you will even be able to bring your dog, as long as it’s well behaved and not too big.


boo7This cosy Victorian house offers five bedrooms and two private suites, and is situated in the southern suburbs of Manchester in the Cheshire countryside. Getting into the city centre itself is easy with the Metrolink, but it will take around forty minutes. This bed and breakfast is a great alternative for travellers who are not too keen on the bustling of big city life, but who still need to be relatively close to the city’s activities and attractions. The house ranges over four floors, and although it has all the Victorian charm you’d expect, it also provides you with all the necessary modern comforts. The rooms do not have TVs, but there is Wi-Fi in the rooms.

Abbey Lodge

boo8This Edwardian gem is located just 2.6 miles from Old Trafford in the south of Manchester. The suburban Chorlton area is green, quiet and a lot less busy than the Manchester city centre. Close to the bed and breakfast you’ll find a great variety of shopping options, restaurants as well as bars and pubs. The B&B itself is quite old-fashioned, but in a way that makes it easier to let your shoulders fall and just enjoy the cosy atmosphere. The bedrooms are large and modestly furnished, with en suite bathrooms, TVs and free Wi-Fi. Included in the room rate is also a nice buffet breakfast, as well as on-site parking. The Abbey Lodge also has spacious and well-kept gardens, which are open to guests.

The Ox Noble

boo9For a city centre stay, the Ox Noble is a great choice. Situated only a nine minute walk from Manchester Central Convention Complex, across from the Museum of Science and Industry, this 19th century gastro pub and B&B puts you smack dab in the middle of the action. The Ox Noble has a reputation for its food and drink, but the ten rooms on offer are also a great reason to pay this little gem a visit. The rooms all have en-suite bathrooms, TVs and free Wi-Fi, and have a simple and contemporary design.