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Bachers of Manchester, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Bachers of Manchester
58 High Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester

M4 1EA | View map

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Welcome to the brand new accommodation on offer at Bachers of Manchester. These delightful serviced apartments are contained within the former Bachers building located on High Street, Manchester. Established in 1897, the historic building was once a Victorian Textile Mill and Retail Outlet specialising in the sale of swathes of cloth and ancillary Haberdashery items. The property comprises of a Victorian 5-storey mid terraced Grade II Listed building with lots of architectural character.Bachers boast a fabulous location in the heart of the city centre, facing the Arndale Centre and just minutes walk from the Printworks and the Northern Quarter. The apartments are situated on a primary tram route and main line train stations are in close proximity.We offer a total of 19 apartments including one and two-bedroomed, capable of sleeping one to three guests. The accommodation is ideal for both short and long stay breaks

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