Cheap Hotels in Stockport
Situated in a residential district close to Stockport's bustling town centre, the Britannia Hotel Stockport is a budget hotel near to the M60 ring road taking you into Manchester. There is an attractive leisure club with a good size pool. The bedrooms are dated but clean and are also currently being refurbished. The hotel is ideal for those looking for a base in the Stockport area.
Based near the town centre and with excellent transport links, Premier Inn Stockport South gets you closer to the action - whether you're here for a big celebration or business event. For culture, you're well placed to see the Tudor manor at Bramall Hall and the Edwardian mansion at Lyme Park. For sport, Old Trafford and the Etihad Stadium are close by. At the end of an action-packed day, free parking, a friendly welcome and comfy beds will be ready and waiting. All reservations placed at this hotel are subject to Premier Inn's standard Terms and Conditions, which can be found at premierinn.com
With the shops on your doorstep and lots of attractions close at hand, you won't find a more central hotel in Stockport. The hotel also features our super comfy new generation bedrooms, with an impressive 40andquot; flat screen TV, and a freshly-updated bathroom with large shower head. Dress to impress at the National Museum of Hatting. Explore history at the Medieval merchant's house and the unique WW2 air raid shelters. And, if you take the train to Manchester and beyond, you'll travel across the iconic 27-arch viaduct - just don't look down. Back at our Stockport hotel, enjoy free parking, a fantastic restaurant and a great night's sleep. All reservations placed at this hotel are subject to Premier Inn's standard Terms and Conditions, which can be found at premierinn.com
Oakfield Lodge Guest House Stockport Hotel
Near Etherow Country Park
Hotels in Stockport
Stockport, in Greater Manchester, is a large town just seven miles from the centre of Manchester and 15 miles from the Peak District National Park. Book a Stockport hotel with us and explore a vibrant town with cobbled streets, beautiful open spaces and access to enchanting natural scenery.
Stockport's history comes to life with three sites worthy of your attention. Firstly, Staircase House in the heart of the town's historic market place is a medieval delight built in 1460. Within you'll find faithfully restored rooms with décor, furniture and fittings reflecting past centuries, from a bedroom with a 17th-century four poster bed to an 18th-century dining room. Hat Works is an award-winning visitor attraction dedicated to the fine craft of millinery. Located on the site of an early 19th-century cotton spinning mill which became a hat works in the 1890s, the museum has two floors of exhibits. You'll find 20 original working machines and more than 400 hats. Situated in the town centre is a fascinating relic of WWII. Constructed in 1939, the country's largest purpose-built civilian air raid shelters are ready for rediscovery. Enter the warren of subterranean tunnels that were carved into the sandstone cliffs and imagine being one of 6,500 people praying for the all-clear to be given.
The River Goyt and the River Tame converge in Stockport to form the Mersey. You can follow the course of the Goyt by walking the Etherow-Goyt Valley Way, a 15-mile trail that ends in Longdendale on the western edge of the Peak District. Beginning in Stockport's Vernon Park, the path takes in the reservoir and woodland of Etherow Country Park before joining the River Etherow. From here you follow the river's course to Broadbottom where there is a steep climb which is rewarded with fantastic views of the countryside. The walk finishes at Bottoms Reservoir in Hadfield where you'll be confronted by the magnificent Peak District.
Relax and watch a movie in Art Deco splendour at the Plaza Super Cinema and Variety Theatre. Opened in 1932, the theatre has been restored to its heyday peak and regularly shows classic movies, stand-up comedy, musical shows and plays.
Eating and drinking
You'll find a great selection of eateries in the town including a couple of American-style restaurants. CockaDoodleMoo, with its barbecue and burger dishes, and Elvis' Kitchen whose menus have a distinct 'King' theme to them, are popular haunts. For perhaps a more genteel, European alternative, Damsons is a stylish restaurant serving home-cooked meals using locally-sourced ingredients.
Shopping in Stockport
There are plenty of places to pick up essentials, gifts and the like in Stockport. The Merseyway Shopping Centre has over 60 shops as well as cafés and banks. Princes Street and Warren Street provide further shopping opportunities, as does the Peel Centre retail park. For quirkier products, Stockport Market has 50 independent businesses selling an array of goods.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Stockport
What are the most booked hotels in Stockport?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Stockport are Premier Inn Stockport South, Britannia Hotel Stockport and Premier Inn Stockport Central.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Stockport?The lowest price for a double room in Stockport is £39.
If I want to stay in the center of Stockport, which hotels shall I consider?Premier Inn Stockport Central, Premier Inn Stockport South and Trivelles Mayfair are located in the central neighborhood of Stockport.
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