Located just 2 minutes away from the hotel our guests can take the time to visit the Airport viewing station to be amongst all the excitement of the airplanes landing and taking off. The hotel is an ideal location for your pre and post flights, see the offers page which details the Stay, Park & Fly packages available.
Manchester is home to two of England’s most successful football teams – Manchester United and Manchester City, Manchester is also home to the Professional Football Association and the recently opened National Football Museum – where you can experience the world’s greatest sport.
Manchester City Centre, just 9 miles from Etrop Grange Hotel, is famous for its legendary music and club scene, excellent designer shopping, the best ever nightlife, for the reintroduction of the trams which you can now catch from the Airport into the City Centre, and last but not least, as the home of Coronation Street recently relocated to Media City. The city offers fascinating award winning museums, galleries and theatres complementing its stunning architecture. There are a myriad of restaurants, stylish café bars and live music pubs.
In addition to Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre in the heart of the city, Not far from us just off the M60, Manchester’s ring road, you will find one of Europe’s largest shopping centres Intu Trafford Centre. A tourist destination in its own right, it attracts well over 30 million visitors a year
Media City UK was first officially opened in 2011 and is now home to BBC, ITV and a selection of shops, restaurants & bars. Situated on the Manchester Ship Canal, the area has been transformed to one of Manchester's most desirable places to visit.
Quarry Bank Mill
Quarry Bank overflows with the atmosphere of the Industrial Revolution. A visit to the cotton mill, powered by Europe's most powerful working waterwheel will certainly stimulate your senses. The clatter of machinery and hiss of steam engines make an astonishing noise. Take a guided tour of the Apprentice House, which housed the pauper children who worked in the mill.
Managed by The National Trust, Styal Mill is known as one of Britain's greatest industrial heritage sites, showing how a complete industrial community lived.