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Clough Manor

Rochdale Road
Denshaw, United Kingdom OL3 5UE

Location. The Clough Manor is located in Denshaw, England, on the moors of Lancashire, two miles from the Roman camp of Castleshaw and four miles from the Saddleworth Museum.
Hotel Features. The hotel is set in a renovated 16th century manor house surrounded by private gardens. The lobby includes a modern, glass backed reception area which is staffed 24 hours a day. There is a patio and a picnic area to enjoy in the warmer months, and a ballroom for special events.

Clough Manors restaurant has a menu incorporating English and European influences, which is updated weekly and uses local ingredients. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner. The hotel also has a lounge, where guests can relax on sofas and order food and drinks. Complimentary full English breakfasts are served in the atrium.

The hotel offers conference and meeting rooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel.

Guestrooms. Decorated in a sleek, modern style, in neutral colours, the 25 guestrooms all offer coffee and tea making facilities, televisions, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers.

90.2 - 137.52 GBP

Number Of Rooms: 26
Number Of Floors: 1

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Clough Manor

Clough Manor
Rochdale Road
Denshaw, United Kingdom OL3 5UE

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Driving Directions:
From Manchester Airport (MAN):
Distance to Clough Manor is 30 miles, approximately 30 minutes drive.

Getting there. A moving walkway connects all terminals to Manchester Airport train station. Up to six trains an hour depart from the airport to Manchester Piccadilly station in the city centre. Trains run from Manchester Victoria station direct to New Hey railway station, 2 miles from the hotel. All prices subject to change.

Getting around: The surrounding countryside and moors are best explored on foot, however a car is recommended for travelling further afield.