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Best Western Moorside Grange Hotel & Spa
Mudhurst Lane
Higher Disley

Greater Manchester

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Situated in the Peak District, nestling on the edge of Lyme Park, where the BBC’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ series was filmed, the Wi-Fi enabled Best Western Moorside Grange is one of the Peak District’s best kept secrets.

Located only 30 minutes from Manchester city and airport, 20 minutes from Stockport and 15 minutes from the spa town of Buxton, the hotel has quite breathtaking views of the Peak District. Best Western Moorside Grange offers the unique charm of a luxury country house style hotel with beautiful panoramic views of the stunning surrounding hills.

With 98 bedrooms and a large health club complete with adult only area, Best Western Moorside Grange is the perfect country setting. Dine in style at the Courtyard Restaurant, or relax in the Cocktail Bar which opens out on to the Patio, where you can enjoy your drink on the warmer days, whilst marvelling at the surrounding countryside. The hotel boasts 8 meeting, event and conference suites and rooms accommodating up to 280 people. And our warm and friendly staff will ensure that your visit, be it business or leisure, will be a memorable experience.


Number of Rooms: 98
Number Ensuite: 98
Nearest Airport: Manchester

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