Guest House in Manchester
Cornerstones Guest House
Tel: 0161 283 6909
The Cornerstones Guest House has been offering traditional bed and breakfast in Manchester for the last 33 years. This family run guest house caters for business, private and long term accommodation
Erected in 1871 the building as been restore to it's former glory retaining it's large individually decorated Victorian bedrooms with free parking and wifi.
If I were to pick two words from our numerous reviews that guests have used to describe us they would be homely and friendly.
We pride ourselves on quality, cleanliness and design of each of our nine bedrooms; offering a range of Single, Double and Twin Rooms.
Prices start from £39 - £53 per person per night and double rooms at £68.00 per night
Free wifi is accessible throughout the building, password available at reception.
We offer both traditional English or continental breakfast, fresh fruit and cereals, and can cater for special dietary requirements.
We provide daily housekeeping services.
Residents have access to our well kept communal garden & patio
THINGS TO DO
We are located a 5 minute walk from Brooklands Metrolink Station
and 1 minute from the main bus routes between Manchester and Altrincham
The Trafford Centre is a large indoor shopping centre and leisure complex in Greater Manchester. 4.1 miles
Lancashire Cricket Ground
Emirates Old Trafford is home to Lancashire Cricket Club, Test Matches & Music Events. 3.6 miles
Tatton Park, Dunham Massey, Quarry Bank Mill, Alderley Edge, Lyme Park are all within a
15-30 min drive.
Exhibition & Conference Centres
Manchester Central & Event City are 5.7 & 4.4 miles respectively
Bridgewater Hall, Palace, Opera House, Contact, Home, The Lowry, Dancehouse. 5-6 miles
Manchester Football Grounds
Manchester United & City Football Clubs are 3.7 and 7.8 miles respectively.
“Such a warm relaxing feel to the place. Extremely polite staff, very comfortable, clean and tidy throughout. Delicious full English breakfast with possibly the best coffee I’ve tasted. ”