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Hotels in Manchester Airport

Etrop Grange
Manchester Airport
Greater Manchester

M90 4EG | View map

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This stunning Manchester Airport hotel really does have the individuality and character missing from so many other hotels! Etrop Grange is a gracious Grade II listed Georgian Mansion House, originally built in 1780 for William Moss, a man who appreciated the finer things in life, which is reflected in the stately facade and the luxurious elegance of this period property. There is a warm atmosphere created throughout the hotel using a mix of chandeliers, heavy drapes and original Georgian fireplaces making each visit an intimate and unique experience.The hotel is 2 minutes from both the airport and M56, as well as being convenient for the M6/M62 and offers free car parking for the duration of your stay and complimentary airport chauffeured transfers. The hotel boasts free use of WiFi in all areas, a charming fine dining restaurant and all day lounge, proving the perfect meeting place. Airport car-parking packages are available for those guests flying off on business or leisure.Etrop Grange is also an ideal location for meetings of 2-100 so really can offer a real alternative airport hotel experience!

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Nearest Airport: Manchester
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