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Bredbury Hall Hotel & Country Club
Goyt Valley
Bredbury

Stockport
Cheshire

SK6 2DH
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A delightful 3 star hotel situated 2 miles from Stockport centre and only 10 mins away from Manchester International Airport.

The hotel offers 140 bedrooms with all the facilities and standards would expect to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. However every bedroom has one thing in common, the excellent facilities These include colour television, trouser press or ironing systems, hairdryer, tea/coffee tray and of course a private bathroomwith bath and shower. We also have deluxe rooms many with their own private jaccuzzi.

Wining and dining at Bredbury Hall is a special event. Our Gold Award winning restaurant is comfortably furnished and offers a wide variety of dishes all freshly cooked, we offer a A la Carte and Table D'Hote menu 7 days a week and all beautifully presented to the accompaniment of live music.

We have four conference\function suites catering for 8 to 150 people. Four of our conference suites have high speed Internet facilities available for your use. Our world-famous nightclub, Bredders Country Club, open Friday & Saturday Nights Extended throughout December

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 140
Number Ensuite: 140

Price per Room:

Double: From 84.50
Twin: From 84.50
Single: From 64.50
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