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In the affluent south Manchester suburb of Didsbury, this 27-room boutique hotel is a relaxing retreat with thoughtful interiors. All but entry-level rooms have roll-top baths, spa treatments can be arranged, and there are plenty of places to unwind, from the cosy lounge or bar area to a walled terrace.

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Set just off a main road in a leafy suburb of Manchester, the city centre is reachable by Metrolink - both the Didsbury Village and East Didsbury stops are a ten-minute walk away. There is also a bus stop and train station close to the hotel with regular links to the centre. Manchester Airport is less than six miles away. Walk into Didsbury Village to eat in Hispi Bistro or take a taxi to Simon Rimmer's Greens restaurant in West Didsbury.

By car: the hotel is 4 hours 15 mins from London, 1 hour 30 mins from Birmingham and 2 hours 40 mins from Newcastle. There is free parking at the hotel.

By train: London Euston to Stockport takes just under 2 hours. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from the station. Book trains to Stockport.

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Didsbury House does boutique well, with memorable interiors that complement the age and style of the attractive Victorian villa. There's a gold wallpapered lounge with squishy velvet sofas and cricket-themed artwork, a striking landing area with parquet flooring and stained glass, and a travel theme throughout, from piles of vintage suitcases to guidebooks on shelves.


There isn't a lift in the hotel, and your bag will be whisked to your room without you noticing, while staff at reception are keen to offer recommendations on nearby places to eat and drink. There's a treatment room where a small selection of beauty treatments and massages are on offer from an independent company, So Spa.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Terrace
  • Beauty treatments
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The décor and shape of every bedroom are unique but luxuries such as a Nespresso machine, Sky TV, Temple Spa toiletries and robes are in all rooms. All but entry-level Snug rooms have roll-top tubs (some Snugs have showers over baths) and are stylish retreats with calming colours, statement wallpaper and striking lighting.

Room types: Snug, Cosy, Comfy Rooms; Luxe Junior Suites, Boudoir Suite, Opus Loft Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Temple SPA toiletries, TV with Sky, minibar, tea and coffee facilities, fresh milk, desk, free Wi-Fi


There's a small menu of sandwiches, light bites and classic meals, such as burgers, steak and fish and chips, which can be ordered to rooms or eaten in the lounge. Food is presented nicely. Afternoon tea is also on offer for hotel guests and large parties only.

Bar Lounge: cocktails, wines, light bites, salads, modern British dishes. Open daily. Mains from £11.50.

Breakfast Room: residents only, light continental options and traditional full breakfasts. Open 7-10.30am weekdays and 8-11am weekends.

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