4 Star - Secret Hotel in Rochdale

4 Star – Secret Hotel in Rochdale

4 Star – Secret Hotel in Rochdale

Located just 8 miles from Manchester, this 4 star Secret Hotel in Rochdale gives you the best of both worlds- a rural break and just minutes away from the cosmopolitan city of Manchester. Leisure facilities at this deluxe establishment are second to none, with a fantastic golf course, hot tub pool, indoor swimming pool as well as a Jacuzzi and massage treatments. You’re guaranteed to leave feeling truly reenergised. Should you wish to stay in in the evenings, there is an elegant restaurant and bar onsite for your convenience, but with parking available, you can just as easily drive somewhere nearby.

Manchester has got a whole host of interesting galleries and museums to explore, but if you’re visiting with children, then the Museum of Science and Industry is a must! Kids will love all the interactive displays where they can learn more about everything from space travel to the internet! There’s even an Experiment section where you can see your own skeleton ride a bicycle, watch the tornado machine and measure your reactions against the speed of light! There’s also a 4D cinema where all your senses will be used to conjure up the atmosphere of the film. Put on your 3D glasses and get ready for water spray, moving seats and air blasts!

Looking to pick up a few gifts? Manchester is home to a wide variety of both brands and independent shops as well as plenty of markets for bargains and one off pieces! Head to the Northern Quarter and unleash your inner bohemian side. Every weekend there’s a vintage fashion market on Tib Street and behind Debenhams is the North’s answer to Camden Market in Afflecks Palace. If you’re after something more mainstream then take a trip to the Trafford Centre located on the outskirts of the city. Under one roof you’ll find favourites such as John Lewis, Topshop and H&M.

The Manchester we know and love today is a product of the Industrial Revolution, and the architecture therefore is mostly from the 19th and 20th centuries, although there are a few Georgian and Medieval buildings that have survived. One notable structure still standing is the Hanging Bridge dating back to 1421. Whilst you’re there, be sure to pop into Manchester Cathedral and take one of the daily tours. If you’re visiting over the Christmas festivities, attending one of the services here with the choir is sure to be a memorable occasion.