Oakfield Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

38 Arkwright Road
Marple
Greater Manchester
England
SK67DB

Oakfield Lodge , Marple

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Oakfield Lodge a family run guest house established in 1976. We offer a pleasant stay in the charming village of Marple and Marple bridge. Good transport links to Stockport and Manchester city centre.

Close to Derdyshire border for sight seeing and tours etc. The guest house is within walking distance to shops, pubs, restaurants ,cinema, gym,swimming pool and lots of walks, cycling, canal, parks and woodlands.All the rooms have tea coffee and tvs. We have a selection of rooms single, twin, triple, family en-suite or standard.

We welcome all people professionals, contractors, tourists and wedding parties.

 3 star rating

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