Manchester Cresta Court
Manchester Cresta Court is the ideal place to get a good nights sleep before or after you fly. And if you're wondering where you are going to park your car while you're on holiday, we have some fantastic deals for you:
Room only from £35
Room with 8 days on-site parking from £60
Room with 15 days on-site parking from £70
The hotel is newly-refurbished and all rooms are ensuite with a colour TV, telephone, radio, hairdryer, iron, trouser press and tea/coffee making facilities. There is also a restaurant, so you can dine before you fly and enjoy a relaxing drink in the bar.
Parking is either on-site at the hotel, or at a secured car park close by. Transfers run to the hotel 24 hours a day and are bookable on arrival, perfect for an early flight. Transfers to the airport cost only £5 per room each way.
Directions to Manchester Cresta Court:
Exit the M56 at junction 7. Take the third right off the roundabout on to the A56. Continue through to Altrincham and at the second set of lights, the hotel is on the right. From M6: Exit J19 following A556. When you reach M56 roundabout, follow above directions. From M60 Southbound: Exit J8/7, turn right at traffic lights onto A56. The hotel is 4 miles along on the left. Northbound: Exit J7 turn left at traffic lights onto A56 and the hotel is 4 miles on the left.
Published by: Tony Hill
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