The SpaceSituated in a quiet beautiful and restful Edwardian square which is tucked away from the hustle and bustle, but within walking distance of Manchester centre, or alternatively an easy stroll away from the frequent direct busses or trains to the centre.
Less than a mile away to the M602 and the motorway networks.
Our immaculately maintained property has free parking on the cobbled drive and free fast Wireless broadband throughout.
Breaks here are aimed at families or couples. The setting is not suited to hen, stag or any other type of party.
The kitchen is well equipped and includes basic essentials like tea, coffee and a few food supplies.
Provided is a coffee machine which uses Nescafe Dolcé Gusto pods, which are available from any large supermarket.
Large bi-fold doors extend across the rear, looking out onto a terrace with a round glass table, wooden chairs, with padded seat covers, along with pot plants and a well-stocked garden.
All fresh bedding is provided, along with abundance of soft fresh towels and a couple of robes.
Two hair-dryers are available. Guest AccessJust outside the rear bi-fold doors there is a quiet sunny back garden and terrace, ideal to sit at the round glass table and sip cocktails on a balmy summers night. Being a quiet back water, please give respect to the neighbours. Interaction with GuestsI do not live on site but I am available in times of a problem arising as I am only a short distance away. The NeighborhoodSalford is steeped in history. Salford Art Gallery and Museum is just across the road and the famous Cathedral is close by, along with other buildings of interest. Peel Park is next to Salford University and has a play-park for children and a place to walk or jog round, alternatively you can leisurely walk or jog along the banks of the River Irwell. There are a smattering of local restaurants, cafés and a large ‘Sainsbury’s’ supermarket close by situated in the Regent Retail park. Getting AroundThe house is situated a short walking distance of about 25 mins to Deansgate, which is the centre of Manchester. Alternatively you can stroll across the adjoined square, with a fountain in the middle, to the main road where you can catch frequent busses or hop on a train from 'Salford Crescent' train station which is just 5 mins walk away up the road.
There ia a free hop-on/hop-off city centre shuttle service within a short 8 mins walk away and these will take you around Manchester in a loop and will connect up with other free busses which travel on different loops.
The metro line from Piccadilly, takes you directly to Manchester airport.
Many places of interest lie within easy reach of the motorway network. The famous 'Trafford Centre' is ideal for covered shopping trips and has free parking on site.
Media City is close along with both of Manchester football grounds, the famous cycling Veladrome and the Chill Factore. Other Things to NoteWe leave the house in a lovely, clean and fresh state. We expect to find it in an orderly fashion when we come to prepare for the next guests (obviously, we do not expect people to hoover etc. unless long term guests), however if we need to hire in extra cleaning we reserve the right to charge an extra £25. This will rarely apply, however, there have been 1 or 2 people who have left the bathroom in a state no-one wants to see!