This immaculate first floor apartment lies in the centre of Manchester, home to multiple museums and galleries, along with high quality amenities.
Designed with couples or individual travellers in mind, One Roof Gardens is a beautiful place to return to during your stay, with its open-plan set-up and fantastic views over the town, especially the cathedral.
The lounge has been thoughtfully designed with a corner sofa, and a table for two, perfect for spending some quality time before or after an eventful day.
The effortless galley kitchen is a beautiful addition to the cottage, elevated by granite counter-tops, and a pure white design for an elegant finish.
Laminate flooring graces the modern layout, and floor-to-ceiling windows invite natural light inside.
The sophisticated double bedroom promotes a good night's sleep with a black and white theme, and coordinated features including bedside lamps.
A family shower room completes the retreat to a standard of excellence.
Discover the shared roof terrace which is a fabulous aspect of the cottage, a real suntrap to sit back and admire city life at its finest.
In Manchester you will be spoilt for choice between an endless collection of places to shop, eat and drink with all of your favourites on offer.
As well as high quality amenities, Manchester has multiple museums and galleries, and outstanding architecture, the city is split by the River Irwell and provides plenty of parks which are great to sit with a picnic.
Liverpool and the Peak District National Park are also accessible, equally promising an exciting day out.
A unique holiday experience in a vibrant location.
About the location
Liverpool 30 miles
A beautiful, bustling city based on three things; culture, music and football. Manchester is one of the most thriving, wonderful cities in Britain with its admirable sense of community and elite facilities. There is something for everybody here, there is almost an endless choice of places to shop, eat and drink with all of your favourites on offer. As well as high quality amenities, Manchester has multiple museums and galleries, including the National Football Museum. As well as outstanding architecture, the city is split by the River Irwell and provides plenty of parks which are great to sit with a picnic. Despite Manchester having all that you will need, the neighbouring rival city of Liverpool is also worth a look, another city based heavily on culture, music and football. If you feel a walk in the countryside is what you need, the Peak District National Park is accessible with incredible scenery.