Private Room, Sitting Area & Bathroom. Very Central.
- FREE cleaning charges
- COMPLIMENTARY refreshments
- Relaxing & self-contained
- Welcoming & knowledgeable host
- Superfast b/band/WiFi
- KING size bed
- SOFA & Chaise (Bedding pack + £25)
- En-suite bathroom
- Quality linen/towels
Also listed : Dbl Room on Bloom: Comfy. WiFi. Welcoming
Ideal for: City, Leisure, Business & Christmas Market trips.
Ask for rates +2 nights & Longer
Pre-order: Fizz/ Breakfast/ Cake (easy pay/card reader)
Plenty of character with high ceilings and big windows, this Grade II listed Warehouse conversion is close to Manchester's coal fired power station which supplied the City from the Industrial Revolution onwards.
The streets around are often used for filming, including feature films seeking to capture an early 1900's authenticity, and also a 1930's New York feel.
Accommodation is self-contained: Comfy and relaxing. Big sofa, chaise langue, airy and bright. Huge windows and high ceilings.
Spacious private bathroom. Toiletries and big white towels are complimentary.
King sized real bed with a mix of duck feather and down quilts/ pillows - with hypo-allergenic /memory types.
BOOK your bedding pack if using sofa: £15 (when x2 guests) £35 (when x3 Guests)
Having a 'brew' is quintessentially British, and all part of settling in, and complimentary refreshments are part of the welcome and ongoing hospitality during your stay. Self-serve.
The room is self-contained, with private bathroom and sitting area.
Use of kitchen and washing machine are by arrangement in advance.
You may want to be left in peace during your stay, or might want top tips on where to go and what to do - Happy to help with whatever you need to make your stay work for you.
Generally this is a quiet block, although noise from outside on weekend nights can sometimes be heard.
Two cats are in permanent residence - if you come across them, they may try to tell you how they never get fed. Other than that they shouldn't bother you.
- Designed for adults.
- Two cats in residence.
- For an earlier / later check-in or luggage drop? Pls Ask WHEN you book and if any costs apply. We do what we can to help.
- Partying / noise & late returning - Have fun, yet please come and go quietly and respect those who live here by keeping it low key and chilled indoors.
- Extra visitors: It's cool - just be honest & ask ahead.
- Extra visitors (3rd person) cost £35 (Inc bedding for sofa in room)
- Breakfast is pre-bookable before arrival (organised and fresh)
- Breakfast served 'in-room' or in host dining area.
- Hospitality/ Welcome drinks/nibbles for arrival/ Special gift needed? How can I help?
- All guests must be verified
- Payments for food, drinks and extra guests: Pay as you go with card, cash or smartphone
Hello. I'm Mark. I like to think Manchester adopted me in 2001, having previously lived and worked in London, Brighton, Wales and the Midlands.
I felt at home and was drawn here by the down to earth nature and warmth of Manchester people. The City has again become a powerhouse (as it was in the late 1800's) and has noticeably thrived since the 2002 Commonwealth Games, which was a defining moment in moving on up. When I moved here just 1000 people actually lived in the 'M1' postcode. Now that number is 10,000!
I walk everywhere in town - most places are within a 20 min walk. The architecture of the Industrial Revolution is all around, and another reason why I live here. My place is within a handsome Grade II listed Warehouse c1910, and overlooks the Victorian coal fired City power station, with its impressive chimney, canal-side loading bays, and distinct red brick and sandstone construction. These days the building houses an electricity substation, doing the same job.
With an upbringing abroad and much travel since, my place is home to a collection of prints, paintings, collectibles, photo's and furniture. Explaining or sharing stories behind anything that catches a visitors eye (when at mine or from around the City) is always rewarding. Don't hesitate to ask.
You may need some knowledge on where to go, what to do and see, including some less obvious gems. Happy to help. There are very distinct 'quarters' and districts to enjoy, and Manchester people do know how to party if that's your thing. Recommendations come a plenty, whether you are here on business, or taking time out to enjoy Manchester.
Being a naturally hospitable type, I'm keen to make sure you have as much or as little guidance, recommendations, hints and tips on enjoying the place as you wish.
That includes the low down on the all important eateries, cafes, bars, nightlife and shopping that have become hallmarks of the UK's unofficial second City.
You are very welcome in my home, and whatever brings you here, I hope to make your stay a very memorable one.