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Via Apartments - Greystoke, Didsbury, Greater Manchester

Via Apartments - Greystoke
Mersey Road
Off Palatine Road

Didsbury
Greater Manchester

M20 2UL | View map

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Via Apartments provides luxury accommodation to both new and well travelled indviduals who are looking for an alternative to staying in a hotel. Greystoke is located within the charming setting of Didsbury with a combination of tranquility of a mature surburb, whilst the apartments provide a feel of urban chic. The apartments are located in a beautiful and sympethetically restored Victorian Halls of Residence, with a contrast of modern/victorian decor to the main lobby. As expected, the accommodation has self catering facilities, coupled with apartment entertainment lcd tv with digital channels and dvd/cd player, hi-fi unit. In addition complimentary selection of tea/coffee supplies, toiletries and towels are also provided. The apartments are strictly non smoking. If you would prefer to be outside the hussle and bussle of the city centre but close enough to visit, you couldn't be better located. Alternatively, just a stone's throw away Didsbury Village offers cool boutique shops and fine bars and resturants - information provided in your apartment welcome pack. For guest staying 3 days or more, a maid service is provided Ideally located for Manchester International Airport (7 minuites drive away) you'll find A5103 takes you to the city centre only is short distance from the apartment. Joining the motorway network couldn't be easier, with the M56 & M60 less than 1 mile, connecting to the M62. The M6 motorway is approx 8 miles away.

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