Advance purchase rate - Britannia Manchester Country House hotel


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We are pleased to offer a fantastic new offer at the Britannia Manchester Country House Hotel. Want to save yourself even more money when booking an airport hotel? This offer is perfect if you know your travel date, advance purchase rates are a great way to save yourself cash.

This popular 3 star hotel is located just over 5 miles from Manchester airport. Close to Manchester Airport, the Britannia Manchester Country House hotel is ideal for a great value nights stay before or after your flight.

Fantastic offer now available to you...

Room only packages are now available from just £39.00 per room.

Please note: Bookings made at this advance purchase price cannot be amended or cancelled.

Airparks don't sell airport hotels, but we are pleased to work with our preferred partners Holiday Extras who offer an extensive range of airport hotels. Check out the great selection of airport hotels at various locations today. Book airport hotel

Published: October 9 2009

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