The Carriage House, Country Inn

Inn in Marsden, Greater Manchester

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Manchester Road
Greater Manchester

The Carriage House, Country Inn, Marsden

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Located in an area of designated outstanding beauty on the Marsden Moor. Two miles from Marsden village home of the Standedge Tunnel (longest canal tunnel in Britain). Only 500 meters from the Pennine Way.

Close to Saddleworth and Oldham. Country Inn and Restaurant with beautiful stylish en-suite rooms. All the rooms have stunning moorland views.

Full English breakfast. Food served daily in our restaurant and bar.

 3 star rating

From: £40.00

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