If you've scanned through all the big-name hotels and resorts and can't find anything that'll suit your budget, Manchester Inns could be just what you're after. Run for real travellers, this age-old style of lodging is sure to keep costs to a minimum. Granted, it's not going to be as shoestring as a campground, but with the added draws of hearty food and regional beers on tap, the chance to sleep in individually designed suites or to chat to locals over a local ale, it's clear that there's loads of extras packed into the price.
It shouldn't be hard to find inns for holiday breaks in Manchester that burst with character. That's precisely what this sort of stay is all about – something different, something really memorable. It could be that there's a lively pub joined to the rooms. It could be that there's a leafy garden out front. It could be that there's a kitchen that sizzles with the scents of local produce and regional cooking. Whatever it is that sets them apart, you're bound to find something special in Manchester Inns.
Food is actually one of the main features of an inn. It's what makes it different to a B&B or classic hotel. Originally conceived of as pitstops for travellers on long-distance trading routes, these establishments almost always have an on-site kitchen and bar. That's great news if you were hoping to sample bona fide Manchester cuisine, or if you're looking for a stay somewhere a little more off the beaten path, far away from all the main restaurants and bistros.
Because they've traditionally been out-of-town lodgings, historically fringing main roadways leading in and out of destinations, don't be surprised if you find many Manchester Inns nestled in the countryside. To go with the location, a large proportion of these sorts of accommodations are pet-friendly, sat close to popular nature parks and near the start of major hiking trails. There's plenty of scope to feel surrounded by nature, away from the hustle and bustle of the busier parts of town.
Whether you're after a stay that's sat smack bang in the heart of the action or somewhere quiet and secluded closer to nature, ebookers has such a wide range of inns on the menu that you're bound to find something to suit. We've made it super-easy to find the inn that's perfect for you, offering a map that lets you zoom in and out to discover the top-rated establishments right across any destination. Just enter your particular dates of travel and trust ebookers to list all the best Manchester Inns on the line-up.
Inns in Manchester are available at a variety of prices, ranging from £33 to £124
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Visitors to Manchester can book Inns starting at just £33.
22 Mar-23 Mar
A great, bright, contemporary hotel with easy access to the centre and 5 minutes away from the tram.
1 Mar-2 Mar
Efficient check in despite it being being busy due to half term holiday traffic. The room was spacious and clean although it has to be said that there are clear signs of wear and tear in the decor carpet and fittings. This is did not really detract from the reason for the booking which was to get ...
13 Mar-14 Mar
Spacious rooms, nice bar (though more choice of draught ale would be nice) and terrific breakfast
23 Feb-24 Feb
I thought I had booked a night including breakfast to find out on check-in it was a further £12.00 The car park was a further £25.00 for a one night stay it certainly seems excessive! Situated at the front of the hotel on the second floor it was very noisy from traffic all night long. I was there ...
24 Feb-25 Feb
Very central to everything, old property but great value for what you get