The Saddleworth Hotel

A Guest Accommodation in Delph, Greater Manchester

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Greater Manchester

The Saddleworth Hotel, Delph

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Nestling in over 9 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland in the beautiful Castleshaw Valley, The Saddleworth boasts stunning views of the spectacular Pennine landscape, whilst providing the finest luxury coupled with discreet yet friendly service from the resident owners and their team.The perfect place to stay... twelve individually designed, lavishly furnished suites and bedrooms. The perfect choice for fine dining...

exquisite cuisine complemented by a splendid cellar. The perfect choice for weddings and celebrations of all kinds, be they on a grand scale or rather more intimate.The perfect choice for business gatherings and conferences, with a choice of meeting rooms and full facilities available.Opulence blends with understated luxury. The decadence of old meets the minimalism of new in a truly unique atmosphere and environment.Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars are available to collect guests from airports and rail stations; the M62 motorway is just 10 minutes away.

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