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... old school jets and even some of the first bobber motorcycles, which peaked my interest. They were setting up for a concert across the street. We were debating claiming seats at the local pub to cheat our way from buying tickets, but a three hour wait in the blistering sun was not on the top of the to do list. “The Pixies,” would just have to wait until another day. It sounded like a band that would be playing in the village from last night anyhow :P
... ideas of what I would do next when someone bumped into me. Instant panic. I turn. There's Dan smiling from ear to ear. The brat watched me walk around all confused to see what I would do. He got a smack for that. Well anyhow now we are in Manchester. We have walked around. Grabbed a pint. Went to the football (soccer) museum. Went in the Manchester cathedral. And now I'm exhausted. And it's not even 1! Ok now to be social again! I'll post more later! But I'm alive! So no ...
... thing to do would be not to shop BUT clothes are soooooo cheap here. I'm hoping it all fits in the pannier bags on Thursday. Back on the bike tomorrow for another day trip in the greater manchester area. On Thursday we cycle from here to ...
... brother, my nephew Ashley and his girlfriend Amy-Lou. Not often am I the shortest person in a group but I think it's on this occasion. Good food and a nice waitress from Winnipeg. Things have definitely changed for the better. Back home to watch the end of Stage 2 on TV at my brother's house. He tells me it is a measure of Tour mania that this was the first time he has watched a ...
... estate is 2600 acres, and although they lost about 400 trees during December storms, the landscaping was still gorgeous.
The owner/designer, Henry Hoare II, had a love for ancient Greek architecture and mythology, so there were some temples and a Pantheon (another work behind scaffolding at the moment :( ) around the lake. (Film trivia: in the 2005 Pride and Prejudice, Keira Knightley refuses Mr. Darcy inside the Temple of Apollo, then ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Eleven Didsbury Park Manchester
I booked this hotel on laterooms and wasn't sure what to expect. I had booked a suite as it was a special occasion. The hotel is lovely. The public areas are comfy and welcoming but also very modern and funky. Our suite had a great walk in shower, a large roll top bath in the bedroom and all the usuals that you would expect. The staff are friendly and helpful. Breakfast is wonderful, I had the eggs benedict and my husband had the full irish. That plus the pastries, fruit and homemade smoothies meant that we didn't eat anything else all day. Didsbury is a lovely village and we pottered around all day on Saturday and didn't actually make it into Manchester city centre. When we did go in the evening(by cab) it took about 15 minutes and cost about £12.50. It was only £12 to get back after midnight. We have come back feeling relaxed and pampered and we will definitely be back. We had only 2 tiny gripes there are no bathrobes provided and the coffee in the room is only instant sachets. Somehow this didn't match the level of everything else which really was superb.
We stayed at Eleven Didsbury Park last Friday and had a really nice time... We booked on Laterooms.com about an hour before we set off that evening. When we got there we were met by a great girl who checked us in. We decided to have a few drinks before going to our room in the lounge. It was a warm night, so we moved out to the terrace which was at the tip of a fantastic English garden. Sitting there sipping G&T's, watching the sun set was absolute bliss. Around 7am we went to our room where all the lamps were lit and classical music was playing. There was a bath in the coner of the bedroom on legs and a little livingroom at the back. We slept well and had a great breakfast in the morning. For the money, this was an excellent hotel. From now on we will be staying in privatley owned townhouses - They care more!
I stay in 4/5 star hotels all the time this has to be one of the worst ! I'll tell you how it is if your happy with this then go if your like me go to an established Hilton,Radisson,Thistle etc.
i lead a busy business life in manchester,a daily commute is out of the question,which is why this hotel is the ideal place for a young business man to relax after a hard days work,you forget where you are and can unwind with the surperb assistance of its staff,top notch 5 stars,home from home,bravo didsbury.
Manchester's little secret
I stayed at Eleven Didsbury Park with a collegue as every other hotel in Manchester was full. Before we arrived at the hotel, we didn't know a thing about the place and were in for quite a surprise. The hotel small and quaint with a beautiful garden and cosy lounges. The bedrooms were lovely, with huge beds and gorgeous furniture. So much effort has gone into every little detail with this hotel it is hard to fing any faults. I think we only saw about 3 members of staff during our stay but they were so friendly it made this hotel a real home from home. There is no doubt that if we're back in Manchester we will definately be back at Eleven Didsbury. Or perhaps their other hotel Didsbury House which looks just as lovely!
After reading the reviews given about this hotel i was looking forward to going away to Eleven Didsbury. When i arravied i got a taste of the accommodating staff which let us have the room early, but that was about the only impressive factor about the place.
A sweet small hotel in a beautiful location
Stayed for 4 nights at 11 Didsbury - loved the location, bathroom was wonderful, bed a little small in the deluxe room. Outdoor garden and patio was comfortable and enjoyable.
My major complaint was the construction going on outside my bedroom door. The desk was not able to provide me with a simple map of the area or a map of the public transportation, which was a problem for me. Also, breakfast was not inluded in the room rate.
The biggest bed ever!!!
We stayed one night here and were very impressed. The rooms were clean, big and had great furnishings. The bathroom was great with plenty of useful toilettries. The breakfast was lovely. Staff friendly and helpful. The whole place had a great feel. Would definitely stay here again.
Were originally booked into Le Meridien Palace, decided to move here after dreadful service there. Maybe a smal hotel, but immaculate rooms, good helpful service. Nice big beds, tasteful simple decor. Have stayed here several times since original visit, still good.
I found a weblink to the hotel while searching for a hotel in the Didsbury area. Only afterwards did I hear back from other Manc friends who had heard a lot about it.The owners have gone out of their way to make 11DP stand out from the crowd, and it's certainly eye-catching, in a tastefully-modern way, taking a lead from the Malmaison chain.There's a laid-back feel to the place, with an open-plan reception area, and a door through to the back garden, which includes seating, croquet and a golf practise net.Each room has its own entertainment system, including a CD player, and there is a free CD library (equally tastefully modern :) at reception.Breakfast was top drawer - comparable with 5-star hotel stays I've blagged.My only black mark was that there are no non-smoking rooms. You can never get rid of that pong!