Didsbury House Hotel Reviews; Manchester, UK
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Didsbury House Hotel, Manchester

Didsbury Park, Didsbury Village, Manchester M20 5LJ, UK
Didsbury House Hotel Review
 
4 Star Rating
18 May 2019Didsbury House Hotel
Tags: Manchester, UK, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £170 per night
 

Didsbury House can be found located in Didsbury, a beautiful victorian village located just outside of Manchester. We chose to stay at Didsbury House for a number of reasons, with one of them certainly being the proximity to both the city centre and the airport; both of which are only about a fifteen minute drive. This makes Didsbury House a great choice for those flying into the city.

Another reason we chose Didsbury House is the hotel’s style. Didsbury House is truly a statement in individual design, bringing influences from around the world to shape the look and feel of this superb hotel. Featuring 27 bedrooms, Didsbury House is not exactly small, but what is wonderful is the boutique feeling this hotel gives, with perfect service to match.

When we arrived we were greeted warmly by a member of staff and checked in swiftly at reception, before being shown to our room. During our stay, we experienced their Opus Loft Suite. This room can be found located on the second floor of the building, it’s certainly large in size. It boasts a separate living room that has a comfortable and modern country house feel, as well as a cosy bedroom. With exposed beams and sumptuous soft furnishings throughout, this is the type of room you could curl up in for a good few hours and read a good book.

“The main focal point of the bathroom is, of course, the twin cast iron roll top baths that take centre stage in the middle of the room.”

The real highlight of the Opus Loft Suite, however, is certainly the spacious bathroom. The main focal point of the bathroom is, of course, the twin cast iron roll top baths that take centre stage in the middle of the room. A separate walk-in shower is also present, along with fluffy robes and gorgeous Temple Spa toiletries. This bathroom was made for romance and relaxation, and we were impressed by the attention to detail it offers.

Aside from your room of course, there are plenty of areas in the rest of the house that call out for curling up with a good book. The Lounge can be found on the ground floor at the front of the hotel. With views across the lawn, The Lounge makes for a wonderful place to while away the afternoon with the paper, and as day turns to night, the cosy fireplace makes for a great ambiance. The Lounge is reserved for residence only, so is a nice calming spot in which to relax.

The Blue Lounge offers another lounge open to all, but it can also be hired for private functions and can be connected to the adjoining Board Room for larger parties or wedding ceremonies. There’s a Snug Bar in the reception area which is a good place to enjoy an afternoon or evening drink; and Didsbury House also boasts a walled terrace parallel to the bar. This is a lovely spot to enjoy a bit of outdoor peace and quiet over a good coffee or a nice gin and tonic.

We were thoroughly impressed with our stay at Didsbury House. This hotel offers a great location from which to explore Manchester should you wish, or if you’re looking for a more relaxed break, you will not be disappointed. We’re very much looking forward to returning, and for that reason it comes highly recommended by us. We would also absolutely encourage you to book the Opus Loft Suite.

 
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