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Property LocationWith a stay at Overnight Stays Stockport in Stockport, you'll be 7.5 mi (12 km) from O2 Apollo Manchester and 7.6 mi (12.3 km) from University of Manchester. This bed & breakfast is 8.5 mi (13.7 km) from The Gay Village and 8.9 mi (14.3 km) from Albert Square. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Stockport Golf Club - 2.3 km / 1.4 mi
- Peak District National Park - 6.5 km / 4 mi
- Etherow Country Park - 8.4 km / 5.2 mi
- Wilmslow Road - 8.8 km / 5.4 mi
- Didsbury Park - 8.9 km / 5.6 mi
- Lyme Park \- 9.4 km / 5.9...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 25 august, 2021
My room smelt incredibly musty and after spending time trying to ascertain its origins it was obvious the base of the bed, headboard and mattress contain spores. So essentially my room had a mouldy bed. Strong musty odours are an indication of mould growth. The stairs leading up to the room smell of it too. I have had experience with mould so I know the signs. It isn't always visible especially if there's a leak somewhere, floorboards, behind walls etc. There does appear to be the beginnings of it forming at the back of the wardrobe. I had allergy-like symptoms such as headaches, sore throat, itchy eyes, particularly congestion of sinuses which consequently made my time at the property extremely uncomfortable to the point of not being able to sleep properly in the bed. I felt obliged to stay with it being fully booked and with very limited availability elsewhere. It is of paramount importance to act for the health of future guests! Mould is very toxic. There seems to be damp and mould issues at their other hotel in Marple judging by the recent comment on another booking site. The ultimate letdown for me (as if the mould wasn't bad enough!) was Spencer's abysmal welcoming and behaviour (sorry just saying it as I see it!) This has been commented on in previous reviews. A friendly lady answered the phone when I rang upon arrival who I am presuming was the owner, Lorraine. She allowed me to access the safe to get a key to let myself in because of the bad weather as Spencer hadn't arrived yet. I waited half an hour and that's when he came. No greeting or warm welcome just a coldly expressed "You're early" No, I had arranged by special request with whoever confirmed the booking to arrive between 13:00-14:00 and they happily confirmed this request by email. He excused himself to the office to ring what sounded like Lorraine and expressed his unhappiness that I was there. "Tough, she will have to wait!" he responded rather rudely. I was only stood in the hallway. Appalling. I showed him the email confirming the time of arrival but he kind of laughed it off and no apologies were made. Spencer went up to make up my room. When I was instructed to follow him up he didn't offer to help carry my case. He couldn't get away quick enough as soon as he showed me the bathroom and bedroom. Said nothing about contacting if there were any issues with anything. I had a terrible first night's sleep with endless noise from selfish guests banging doors all night and a screaming little girl with verbally abusive parents in the house next door. Sounded like they were physically abusing her too. Never heard anything like it. I felt so concerned I very nearly contacted the police. They could be heard screaming at her again at 9:30 pm -11 that very same night. I was reticent to speak with anyone about the guesthouse after reading through the many reviews and seeing how they typically respond. The icing on the cake was Spencer letting himself into my room on the afternoon of the second day after knocking once (if you can call it that!) and not allowing for me to answer! I could have been in a state of undress or anything being a young woman alone! To finalise. I certainly wasn't expecting the ritz for the price but I do expect it to be clean and safe. It doesn't take much to be courteous towards paying guests that are helping keep your business open especially given recent happenings. An honest review. Please don't accuse me of being deceitful, nasty, or insulting either like you've accused other people who have left less than favourable reviews. Being 20 years in the business doesn't necessarily mean you're doing everything right! Standards can slip. Everything should be taken into account even the negative or neutral. It's time to wake up to the fact that your establishments have issues!
Outdated and dirty
Reviewed 2 october, 2019
Outdated, dirty, entrance at the back of the property which is blocked by the van. Main entrance/hall is blocked as converted into a bedroom. Rude and unfriendly hosts, had to ring a number of times just to get into the building. Kids box of cereal and Asda own yoghurt is not “breakfast included”.
Reviewed 13 september, 2019
I gave this 5 stars not because it's a 5 star hotel but I got exactly what I wanted which was basic, economical amneties in a clean and safe neighborhood with access to everything from the busses, trains, post office, pubs, Mkee Dee's and an ASDA supermarket across the street and even with an atm that doesn't charge you fees. There is no receptionist but there is a number to call on the window and they will answer or call you back quick. Spencer and mom VERY cool and friendly. Would definitely go back.
Reviewed 20 september, 2017
Simple clean room, I had the biggest one downstairs, en suite, with wifi, tv and mini fridge and daily stock of cereal/milk and fruit. Hotel is essentially a house conversion. Parking was a small issue but otherwise fuss free stay. Am booking it again for family
Reviewed 12 august, 2017
Not the best room we've stayed in by a long shot. Adequate but basic. To be fair it was clean but definitely lacked storage and surfaces to put stuff on (especially in the bathroom, annoying to have to put your toiletries either on top of loo or on the floor!) Only 2 towels for 3 people provided & no bath mat to step onto so had to use a towel. No mirror in bedroom. Strange 'continental' breakfast provided, but first morning there was not enough for 3. We left a note & more was left the second time but I don't think Warburton thins or bread rolls really constitute a continental breakfast! There were bananas, cheap value yogurts & the small individual boxes of cereal which didn't satisfy my husband!