B and Bs in Eccles

Ivy Mount Guest House
35 Half Edge Lane
Eccles
Greater Manchester

M30 9AY | View map
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Whether you are visiting the area on business or for a holiday; The Ivy Mount is the perfect base. From here; it is just a 10 minute drive into Manchester; a couple of hours to the beautiful Lake District and in an area that is packed full of attractions and entertainment. Our recently modernised property with en-suite rooms and free private parking is tastefully decorated and has all the facilities you could want throughout your stay. For sports fans; we are within 10 minutes drive of Manchester Unitedメs famous Old Trafford home; as well as the cultural thrills and shopping at the Trafford and Lowry Centres. We are conveniently located for all Manchester's business and leisure facilities and a mere 20 minutes from the International Manchester Airport. All rooms have beverage facilities; colour TV; radio alarm; irons and boards; hair dryers; informative welcome packs and warm comfort as standard. Your stay can be for a night a week or a month; you will feel right at home the moment you enter. Five miles West of Manchester; Eccles sits between the Manchester Ship Canal and the Bridgewater Canal. Home to famous cakes of the same name; Eccles and its surrounding area have played an important part in Manchesterメs history. The town has recently undergone a multi-million pound facelift; West One shopping complex; Metrolink station; town centre by-pass and new bus interchange. Eccles has a lot of atmosphere especially around the Church Street area of Eccles is packed with exciting atmosphere and home to numerous restaurants and bars.

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