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Oak House Hotel
Beal Lane
Shaw

Oldham
Lancashire

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Elegantly decorated rooms, freshly laundered linen, pristine en-suite bathrooms and an exceptionally friendly welcome awaits you at Oak House Hotel, a popular Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Shaw, North Manchester.At the foot of the Pennine Hills and only 10 miles from Manchester City Centre, Shaw is the perfect setting for a relaxing break, business city centre commutes or the ideal location to explore the many attractions that the area has to offer.Our 7 en-suite bedrooms have been cleverly designed to encorporate the comfort of being at home and the functionality of being in a well-equipped hotel. The result is a welcoming, relaxed and homely environment, which is guaranteed to provide both a rest and recreational experience for our guests.A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Oak House Hotel.

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