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Britannia Ashley Hotel
Hale
Altrincham
Greater Manchester

WA15 9SF | View map

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Overlooking the bowling green in the fashionable Cheshire village of Hale, this hotel sits close to a railway station providing easy access to Altrincham, Stockport and central Manchester. A 5-minute drive from all local motorway networks, the Britannia Ashley Hotel is also just 10 minutes by car from Manchester International Airport, with special long-term parking deals on offer. Altrincham station is also within easy reach, providing the metro-link tram service to Manchester United Football Club and Old Trafford cricket ground. Tatton Park, Dunham Massey and Quarry Bank Mill National Trust properties are within 10 minutes by road. Hale itself retains a good variety of individual shops, fashionable bars and restaurants.

Wi-Fi internet access and meeting facilities are complemented by a bright modern bar. Also on-site is a wine bar style restaurant, with a wide range of dishes and daily specials served amid polished wooden floors and interesting artwork.
The hotel reception is not fully accessible to guests with mobility problems, whilst stairs and a lift provide access to all rooms. There are no designated disabled rooms on offer, whilst the restaurant and bar are not fully accessible due to steps.

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