Great Central location * Includes new car * Nice Decor *
Stay in the centre of Manchester. 5 mins walk from Manchester Picadilly train station, 2 mins walk from the central shopping streets, art gallerys, Theatres, Town Hall, pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Situated in the heart of the Northern quarter this has long been known as the 'creative quarter' of Manchester -- the home of many fashion designers, creative agencies, art galleries and quirky retailers. The area is growing in popularity with bars, restaurants and residential development - it is becoming the new vibrant area to live-work-play among many age groups -- and is forming a contemporary and inspirational extension to the core of city centre Manchester.
This great spacious 1 bedroom apartment is on the 5th floor. This is an old red brick warehouse conversion and so there is no lift, something to bear in mind if you have mobility issues or young children with you.
The apartment has original sash windows that over look the traditional cobbled streets of the area, and has a real urban sence of history.
With modern furnishing with a twist or retro styling, the apartment includes a 42" plasma TV / DVD with freeview in the lounge and has a spacious lounge / dinig area. Fully functional kitchen, comfortable double bedroom with 26" flat screen TV and a full folder of DVDs to watch during your stay. Full bathroom with electric shower.
A 2008 Audi A3 convertable car comes as part of the exchange. This is housed in the car parking space in the secure car park across the street for your full use during your stay.
Enjoy the superb shopping, eating, drinking and nightlife in the city or head out to stunning countryside in the surrounding towns and villages. With Manchesters 90 museums and art galleries its the perfect place for an indulgent break…
Nightlife in Manchester has never been more amazing; the dedication goes on – and on. Nightclubs in Manchester continue to draw-in crowds. And there’s a stack of smaller, edgier live music venues offering you a chance to catch the next Smiths or Stone Roses…
Manchester was the trail-blazing spirit behind the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries, which led the world into the modern industrial era.
As the unofficial capital of the region, Manchester makes the ideal base for exploring the North of England. For days out head for the stunning countryside of the Lake District, Lancashire and the Peak District or make the most of the city’s transport links to visit local market towns, the vibrant City of Liverpool (European Capital of Culture 2008) or the historic cities of Chester or York…
The magical Lake District National Park is sometimes known as Manchester’s Water Playground. Much of it remains virtually untouched wilderness – and although it’s very popular, it’s always easy to leave the crowds behind and find your own way through this region of dreamy waterscapes and spectacular views.
Manchester’s gay scene is famously one of Britain’s friendliest, busiest and most welcoming. There’s a huge range of stylish gay and lesbian bars and clubs in the Gay Village just 5 mins walk away, while here you’ll find shopping heaven, an arts scene to match anywhere in Europe, and more trendy restaurants than you can shake a credit card at…
My husband and I have joining this site, we both have an apartment just a few meters apart, so in reality there are 2 x 1 bedroom apartments up for rent, if you are thinking of travelling as 2 couples this would be ideal.
My apartment is an ideal base for visiting manchesters bars, clubs, shopping areas, all in walking distance. Walk out of your front door and be meters away from the central shopping area. If you fancy visiting the rest of England you are only 45 mins drive from the Lake District and 2 hours on the train from the UKs capital London, which departs from Manchester Picadilly train station (5 mins walk away).