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Village Hotel and Leisure Club Bury
Waterfold Business Park
Rochdale Road

Bury
Lancashire

BL9 7BQ | View map

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Village Bury is ideally situated approx 10 Miles from Manchester City Centre, surrounding areas including mufc and mcfc. The nearby Trafford Centre offers a cosmopolitan array of attractions and retail experiences.
The Village Bury is located approximately 10 miles from Manchester City Centre. The Pennines area is one of outstanding natural beauty and is only a short drive away. The Village Bury is situated at Junction 2 off the M66 motorway, 2 minutes from the M62 and ideally located for visitors to Rochdale, Heywood, Bolton, Manchester and surrounding areas. The Metrolink tram system is approximately 1.5 miles away from the hotel and runs every 6 minutes to Altrincham via Manchester City Centre and Old Trafford F.c, Manchester City Centre, The Trafford Centre, Eccles are also accessible via the Metrolink. Guests will also find the Lakes District and Blackpool easily accessible from Bury.

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