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Our apartments are situated in one of two large red brick victorian houses on a quiet tree lined street. Didsbury Park is situated in a conservation area and we're book ended by Didsbury Park and Fletcher Moss Gardens. 

Located midway between Didsbury village with its shops, Pubs/bars, restaurants and East Didsbury Railway Station (trains to city centre and Airport every 15 mins). With easy access to the national motorway network and Manchester Airport. Perfectly located for business or pleasure!

In recent years the Manchester Tram arrived in Didsbury, making it even easier to commute in and round Manchester. The nearest tram stop is just 5min walk through Didsbury Park. Travel to the City Centre, Old Trafford and Media City in less than 30 min.


All guests can avail of off street parking, Free Wifi and Freeview TV.

*Parking is at your own risk.


Cleaning Service

Free Parking

Fully Furnished

Free WiFi

Airport Access



Chinatown in Manchester, England is an ethnic enclave in the city centre. It is the second largest Chinatown in the United Kingdom and the third largest in Europe. 


The famous archway on Faulkner Street construction was completed in 1987.  Chinatown contains many Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Nepali, Vietnamese, Singaporean and Malaysian restaurants, shops, bakeries and supermarkets.

Didsbury Village

During the Victorian expansion of Manchester, Didsbury developed as a prosperous settlement; a few mansions from the period still exist on Wilmslow Road between Didsbury village and Parrs Wood to the east and Withington to the north.

The village boasts a large selection of bars, pubs, restaurants and shops. 

Access all bus routes and Manchester Tram service.

Parks & Recreation

Didsbury Park is located on our door step, and holds a Green Flag' award for excellence and is situated within easy walking distance of the many shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes that makeup Didsbury village. 

At the other end of our street you can take a long walk through Fletcher Moss Gardens down to the banks of the famous river Mersey. 

Both parks have a cafe where you can enjoy hot and cold drinks, and sit and watch the world go by.

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