Luther King House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Brighton Grove off Wilmslow Road
Greater Manchester
M14 5JP

Luther King House, Manchester

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Luther King House is a college and conference venue situated in the leafy suburbs of south Manchester. Our 45 bedrooms are no frills but all have shower or bath and toilet facilities, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephones and Internet access and TV with freeview channels and radio. We also have free on-site parking, a comfortable lounge, dining room and small bar as well as a charming private garden.

We offer a real value for money venue close to central Manchester.

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