Beaucliffe Hotel

A Hotel in Salford, Greater Manchester

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

254 Eccles Old Road
Salford
Greater Manchester
England
M6 8ES

Beaucliffe Hotel, Salford

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The rooms are furnished to high standard.Close to all Manchester has to offer.Man Untd Stadium 4 miles Lowry Centre and Salford Quays 2.5 miles Manchester Eve News Arena 3.5 miles.Trafford Centre 2.5 miles Manchester Airport 10 miles

2 star rating

From: £40.00


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