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The Crown & Anchor
Manchester
Greater Manchester

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The Crown & Anchor is a Family run Bed & Breakfast, situated in the northern quarter of Manchester city Centre, just five minuites from Piccadilly train station and a stone's throw from Piccadilly gardens where all amenities, good shops, bars and restaurants can be found.15 minuites from City Stadium, G Mex Exibition and the Manchester Evening news arena. All our rooms are tastefully decorated with clean and comfortable beds, coulour TV with Tea & Coffee making facilities. Our cosy well stocked bar is open from noon until midnight offering great food, a selection of wines and traditional cask ales.Ideal for the budget concious, small groups and contractors, you can be guareenteed a welcoming, relaxed and homely envirement. Upon check in guest's will be issued with keys allowing 24 hour access to the B & B via the residents entrance.

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