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Located in Marple in the Greater Manchester region, Spacious bungalow/private garden-sleeps up to 6 has a terrace. Bautiful little bungalow in Marple. Walking distance to train station and Local shops. Jane was an excellent host and made us very welcome. Responded very promptly to emails. We stayed as a family of 4 adults to attend a wedding. Would highly recommend.
Set in 7 acres of landscaped gardens, Bredbury Hall Hotel is located in the Goyt Valley and is a 5-minute drive from the M60 motorway. Breakfast was excellent - plenty of options and well presented & of high quality. Really loved the steak restaurant - had most enjoyable and excellent quality meal, beautiful Marco Pierre White recommended red. Staff were very friendly. Overall highly recommend the hotel
I stumbled upon Marple on my travels, mainly due to a hotel I liked the look of, and that it is close to the countryside and city of Manchester. It didn't disappoint and provided me with a lovely, relaxing few days walking around. I particularly enjoyed walking up and down the canal and into the town - friendly place!
Marple is a good base to explore the wonders of the Peak District and Cheshire attractions, such as Lyme Park in Disley which is 10 minutes by car. There are plenty of restaurants and some good pubs, all accessible from Hawkes Reach. Agatha Christie was delayed on a train at Marple Station and so named her character Miss Marple . There is a plaque at the station in her honour.
Seemed a reasonable place to break our walk, half-way along the Peak Forest Canal. The town is compact but has most facilities one would want. Visitors should note that the famous Cambodian restaurant and one of the Indian eateries are closed Monday and Tuesday.
Marple is a lovely looking country town with places to eat (I used Midland). Etherow Country Park in nearby Romiley is worth looking at. I was there for a wedding at Whitebottom farm complete with Teepees and axe throwing! Wasn't there for long enough to comment on anything else. Getting to Marple involved some heavy traffic but once in the countryside was fine.
It had a train station nearby and walks in the locality. Also there were restaurants available although we couldn't book the Thai one as there were no available bookings. Liked the pedestrianised location as it was quiet at night.
We were in Marple only for one night sadly. We would love to return and explore further as we're great dog walkers and the countryside around Marple is fabulous! The weather was glorious and so that helped hugely ....
We liked the history and charm of the house. Breakfast was excellent. Staff was very helpful.