Cornerstones Guest House
Michelin and Which? Good Bed & Breakfast guide rated, Cornerstones Guest House offers independent bed and breakfast in Manchester.
You will discover this mature Victorian building incorporates comfortable and spacious en-suite accommodation in a warm and friendly atmosphere, with its individually decorated rooms and lovingly maintained garden. In the morning you will be greeted by the aroma of freshly made coffee drifting through the dining room, be able to talk to the same person you booked in with while having breakfast, have free off road parking, be able to park up and walk around the corner jump on the metro at Brooklands station and be in the centre of Manchester in 12 minutes, have access to 4 major motorways within 10 minutes (M6, M60, M62 & M56), WYFI Connection, all mixed with 24 years of experience at Cornerstones and last but not least! Click on our tariff button to confirm this truly is value for money bed and breakfast accommodation in Manchester.
The Metro can be boarded from the two main train stations in Manchester taking roughly 12 minutes to arrive at Brooklands Station. Which is a 5 minute walk to the Guest House.
Manchester Airport is 15 minutes away by Taxi.
And there's a bus stop just outside the front door running to and from Manchester every 30 minutes.
Built in 1872 by Sir William Cunliff Brooks, Lord of the Manor, and son of Samuel Brooks, he became an MP for Altrincham and Sale from 1886-92.
His many benefactions to Sale and Manchester include a fountain on Ashton Lane, which is still there today (less the water) and the Brook’s Institute on Carrington Lane. We fell in love with this large Victorian Building in 1986; passing the building daily Tony would say.
“It’s a great location for a small hotel”.
Looking old and abandoned we had a nosey in the window to find the building empty.
We managed to purchase the destine to be bed and breakfast in somewhat of a dilapidated state.
The previous owners had emigrated and left the house to slowly fall by the wayside, becoming home to a flock of old pigeons residing on two floors (no that never gave me the idea).
However we had spotted its potential and after a lot of hard work and perseverance, have managed to restore this wonderful old house, back to its original glory.
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This page was last updated: 12 May 2010