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Luther King House
Brighton Grove
Off Wilmslow Road

Greater Manchester

M14 5JP | View map

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Luther King House is set in 2 acres of private grounds in a tree-lined suburb just south of Manchester city centre. We offer good quality and value for money bed and breakfast accommodation, as well as a full range of conference and meeting facilities.

Our unique location offers both peace and tranquillity but is still within easy access to the city centre. We offer a top class dining room with superb cuisine, complimented by private dining facilities and a fully licensed residents bar. The House is well served by public transport and has ample free car-parking and secure cycle storage on-site.

We offer single, double/twin and family bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, complimentary welcome tray and many other facilities. Both overnight and short stays guest are welcome.

Noted for its very friendly atmosphere and value for money, Luther King House is the perfect choice in Manchester.


Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Diamonds
ETC Disabled Access Category 1
Number of Rooms: 46
Number Ensuite: 46
Nearest Airport: Manchester
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Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided - By arrangement
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year - Except Xmas & New Year
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