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Saxon Holme Hotel
230 Wellington Road North
Stockport
Greater Manchester

SK4 2QN | View map

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A well established 2 star family owned hotel, one and a half miles from Stockport Town Centre. Free car parking. Our 2 star hotel makes it an ideal home from home atmosphere for the travelling person staying in Stockport. Situated one and a half miles from Stockport town centre, our hotel offers a 2 star rating with free car parking available for residents.

Enjoy a leisurely drink with colleagues and friends in our conservatory or lounge before dining in our Edwardian style restaurant, offering a comprehensive choice of English and continental dishes prepared with fresh market produce and cooked to order. A fine selection of wines are also offered to compliment your meal. Our conference and banqueting facilities are ideal for residential or day meetings, and we can cater for up to 30 delegates theatre style or 100 buffet style with informal seating in modern, purpose built suites. Please note that coach parties are more than welcome. We offer very good bed and breakfast rates with a free space for the coach driver.

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