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208 Marsland Road, Sale, Sale, M33 3NE, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.1/10! (score from 47 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Brooklands Lodge.
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Golf course (within 3 km), Windsurfing, Darts, Canoeing, Cycling, Horse riding, Library
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the room, Snack bar, Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, Express check-in/check-out, Luggage storage, Private check-in/check-out, Laundry, Ironing service, Shoeshine, Trouser press, Meeting/banquet facilities
Newspapers, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
16:00 - 21:00 hours
Until 10:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
Children older than 5 years are welcome.
All children or adults are charged GBP 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
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Steve and Angela were perfect hosts. They couldn't do enough for you. They had thought of everything for your comfort, even a bowl of sweets in the room. Would certainly go back there again.
My folks stayed whilst they came to see me for a 5 days. They loved it. Felt that they could come and go as they pleased. Really liked the owners and found them extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful.
Steve and his wife are lovely, so if you stay here you will be greeted with smiles, a friendly attitude, a nice chat, and helpful advice on anything you need relating to your room or Manchester in general. Very pleasant people indeed. The Lodge itself has a fantastic homely feel, it really did make me feel like I was a guest in someone's home rather than staying in a cold, corporate hotel room. Very comfortable environment, I like the big bed especially and the two armchairs at the top of the room near the TV and table. Good wardrobe, safe provided - that's always nice. In terms of value for money I think its pretty excellent given the comfort level. You can pay 3 times as much or more staying in central Manchester or you can stay in a nice comfortable room at Brooklands right near the metro and be in the centre of town in 20 minutes. That's a no brainer for me. I think the location is perfect because its very near a metro which will get you anywhere in and around central Manchester (if you have never been to Manchester before the metro is awesome by the way). The best thing about Brooklands though is that it is away from the centre but so easy to get there, that's a massive positive. I didn't get to try the cooked breakfast which is a shame because it looked great, maybe next time. Everything was provided for your own breakfast though, tea and coffee etc is always replenished and any dirty dishes etc are always washed for you. I think the thing I found nicest about the Lodge is the little touches, the little surprises. For example, you go in the wardrobe... extra pillows and blankets. You go in the bedside table... hairdryer. You go in the other one... something else was there that I cant remember, something useful though! On the shelves you find an alarm clock or a couple of cute little books... there are just hidden delights all over the place, nice touches. Not every hotel does this so massive marks to Brooklands.
The only thing I didn't like and it didn't really occur to me until I'd left is the manner in which payment was taken. I'd provided my card details to book the room but was told I'd have the option to pay in cash or by card upon check out however I was out until late the night before I checked out and had only left a little more than the cost of the room on my card as that's a card I normally use only for paying for things online and I never keep more money in it than what I need to pay for what I want. As I passed the Asda near the hotel on my way to the Lodge from the metro at around 23:30 I checked my account at the cash point and saw I only had £6 left in it and the cost of the room was £115 total. Luckily I had literally £115 in my wallet but it was always my intention to pay by cash. It wasn't my bank's ATM so I couldn't print a mini statement to see who had taken the money. The next morning I went to pay when I was checking out and was told payment had already been taken because I was out until late the night before. This didn't make sense to me though as normally you pay when you are about to leave and I did not authorise payment to be taken from my card, I actually didn't want to pay by card, I wanted to pay in cash. I even had my wallet out when I left the room but Steve told me payment had already been taken. I think Steve and his wife are lovely people so I will just put this down to a faux pas on his part, I just hope they didn't think I was going to leave without paying! Or perhaps the policy of the Lodge is to take payment the night before you check out but if that's the case then its different to anywhere I have ever stayed and I think its quite normal to pay for a room as you are checking out just before leaving. I don't think the time I came back the night before checking out should make any difference.
Personal service and friendliness
Room excellent everything you could want .....nothing too much trouble and very friendly and helpful hosts.
Friendliness, quietness and availability
Everything they offered, Nice to have breakfast in your room or have a cooked breakfast in the dining room. Room very clean, nothing to much trouble.Tram into Manchester 200 yards away. Would consider Brooklands again.
The welcome was terrific, like staying with friends. Great room with comfortable bed and nice touches. Wonderful breakfasts cooked to order and nothing seemed too much for the owners. Will come back!
Nothing, really, although the car parking can be a little tight - but it is off-street!
Lovely home Nothing was too much bother (including the wine at breakfast!)
Very nice and helpful owners
Big clean comfortable room with two easy chairs
There wasn't anything we didn't like
The owners were so helpful and friendly - they could not do more to make you feel welcome during the stay. We wouldn't hesitate to book again if we were in the area.
The parking was a bit tight but there was always a space available off road.
Friendly staff. Cleanliness. Excellent cooked breakfast. Fast broadband.
Low back 'comfy' chairs in bedroom.
Facilities for having light breakfast in room. Freedom to come and go with ease. Hosts readiness to help with anything, even washing up plates after a takeaway.
Shower room a bit cosy.
hotel and staff were super, very comfortable.
Area, the town was not very nice.
Steve and Angela were very accommodating and couldn't have done more to make me feel welcome - even supplied gluten free cereal for me. Loved having the use of a small fridge - very important for me being coeliac. Bedding was good quality and there were a good number of sockets in the room. Despite a small bathroom, the shower was large with lots of hot water and good pressure! I am returning later this week!
Brookland's lodge has very tastefully decorated and comfortable rooms complete with a fully stocked fridge. This B&b is a beautifully restored Historic home run by a wonderful couple . Steve cooks a delicious English breakfast on request. Very comfortable, quiet and attention to detail! It's also a short walk to pubs. River trail and other sites! I definitely recommend staying here!
The wifi reception was a little shaky.
Really pleasant stay, comfortable rooms and really helpful staff.
The hospitality and the facilities. It was very good value for money.
Warm and friendly owners. Responded immediately to a problem with a dangerous step. Lovely accommodation and very convenient location for transport in and out of Manchester
The owners can't do enough to make your stay enjoyable, I normally use group hotels ie holiday inn, premier, but not anymore when in our office in Manchester. Well recommended.
Everything was fab.
Well located, friendly helpful hosts, fast WiFi, ample supply of cereal boxes, milk etc to have breakfast in room
As all single travelers know, you book a lovely hotel, and then because you're in the single room and not paying the single person supplement, you get the worst room in the house. If you're booking the doubles, en suite, they looked nice. I was in the single room with separate, private bathroom, which was cheaper, but not cheap. It was quite dated, the decor showed wear and scuffs etc, the table was a shelving unit etc. the sink gurgled at random times and emitted odd smells during the night, the TV signal was a bit hit and miss, and there was unfortunately dirt in the corners and less used parts of the room. The separate bathroom has a weak electric shower, hot water randomly turned freezing then burning hot, and anyone over 5'5" won't be able to stand up in the bath to take a shower.
A cordial welcome and a room which was spacious, clean, airy and quiet. Breakfast arrangements were good and the cooked breakfast very tasty. Excellent spot for both countryside (walks and bike rides) and city (a wealth of culture and history) with good transport connections.
The welcome was excellent, given that I didn't arrive until quite late.
It was like a home away from home. Upon arrival I was made to feel very welcome by Steve and Angela which helped as I was travelling alone, in fact it felt like id known them for many years. I would definitely stay there again.
The only thing I didn't like was the fact that I couldn't eat in my room. I do understand why they prefer us not to, and provision is made for this, but I would have liked the opportunity to stay and eat in my room if I could.
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