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Britannia Country House Hotel
Palatine Road
Didsbury
Greater Manchester

M20 2WG | View map
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The Britannia Country House hotel is a traditional Country House with distinctive architecture, set in its own landscaped grounds. The hotel is in a prime location for easy access to all motorway networks. All 255 en-suite bedrooms are pleasantly decorated with wood furnishings; facilities including TV, Telephone, Trouser Press and Tea & Coffee Making facilities. There are two restaurants, of which include Jenny’s serving the hearty breakfast or a lighter continental style and dinner a traditional Carvery. Alternatively try the Overstuffed Pizzeria is open each evening with a selection of pizzas, steaks and hot sandwiches. The main residents bar offers a tranquil atmosphere, great for a quiet drink. with light snacks being served during the day. The Leisure facilities here include a swimming pool, gym, sauna and steam room.

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