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Clippers Quay Manchester M50 3SN United Kingdom
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Description Copthorne ManchesterThe Copthorne hotel is a four star hotel located only a shot distance form the centre of Manchester. Standard rooms have double beds and the entire hotel is smoke free.
Each room has central heating and rooms commodities include internet access (fees apply), a television set, a telephone, a mini bar, an ironing board and a coffee making machine. All rooms have bathrooms with showers.
The reception is open for 24 hours and laundry and room services are available at limited hours. The hotel's restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and vegetarian cuisine is available if requested. The hotel's bar is also at guest's disposal. Five conference rooms can be reserved for business guests. The Copthorne hotel has a free private car park, a hotel safe and wheel chair access.
Museum of Science and Industry, People's History Museum and various other attractions of Manchester are within a couple of miles radius from the hotel.
- Copthorne Manchester
- Clippers Quay
- M50 3SNManchester
- United Kingdom
- Telephone: +44(161)8737321
- Official Homepage
- American Express
- Diner's Club
Room features Copthorne Manchester
- Bathroom with shower
- Ironing board
- Windows that open
- Central heating
- Pants press
- Tea/ coffeemaker
- Satellite TV
Hotel features Copthorne Manchester
- Entrance hall/ lobby
- Express check-in/ out
- TV lounge
- Parking lot
- Hotel bar
- Hotel safe
- Child/ Baby Cot
- Conference rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- PC with Internet
- 24-hour reception
- Wheelchair accessible
- Snack bar
- Laundry service
- WiFi in Lobby
- Room service
- Boats to Rent
- Bike Rental
- Fitness/ Aerobics
- Running/ Rollerblading track
- Golf Course
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Following the dissolution of the monasteries under the reign of King Henry VIII this was one of the few religious buildings in England to survive. Instead of it being destroyed it was handed over the city and became the cathedral church of the city following the newly created Diocese of Chester in 1540.
Chester Cathedral is open for visiting daily from 9am until 5pm (Monday to Saturday) and from 1pm until 4pm (Sunday).
Admission charges are:
Adult - £5.00 (6 Euros)
Senior Citizens - £4.00 (5 Euros)
Child (under 16) - £2.50 (3 Euros)
Concessions - £4.00 (5 Euros)
The Mall Chester
A variety of shops are presented at the Mall and details of events are provided at the website. Facilities include a multi-storey car park and there is lift access for wheelchair users, baby changing facilities and a coffee shop. The Mall is open daily between 09h00 and 17h30, except on Sundays when the hours are from 11h00 to 17h00.
Consisting of 16 acres adjacent to the river Dee, Grosvenor Park dates from 1867 and offers a Victorian layout with avenues, statues and ornamental shrubs. It hosts the Summer Music Festival and other cultural events. Grosvenor Park also boasts a number of heritage features such as the Park Lodge, a statue of Richard Grosvenor, BIlly Hobby's Well, the Hermitage and various arches. More details of these sights are available at the website.
Facilities at the park include a putting green and miniature railway which offers a circuit around the lake on both steam and diesel hauled trains, as well as a cafe and picnic options. Opening hours are daily from dawn to dusk.
SDC Colour Museum
This is the only museum of colour in the UK. It is divided into two distinct sections. These are entitled the World of Colour and the Colour and Textiles Gallery.
The World of Colour contains various exhibits that explain the properties of colours. There are experiments that show how different colours are perceived by different people and why some people and animals see the same colour completely differently.
The Colour and Textiles Gallery covers the history of colour, tracing it back to the early dyes used by the ancient Egyptians. The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am until 4pm. Admission is free.
The Stag is a CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) approved pub. It is family run and serves food as well as Real Ales and other drinks. On a Sunday evening there is a quiz.
Food is served daily at the following times:
Monday to Friday - from 12 midday until 2pm and from 6pm until 9pm
Saturday - 12 miiday until 9pm
Sunday - 12 midday until 4pm
The opening hours of the Stag are daily Monday until Saturday from 11.30am until 11pm and from 12 midday until 10.30pm on Sundays.
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