Comfortable double room in Chorlton

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1 Bed
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A bright room in a quiet street, close to everything Manchester has to offer...

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Behind the curtains is a black-out blind so you can get a really good night's sleep.

Behind the curtains is a black-out blind so you can get a really good night's sleep.

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: House
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Cat(s)


Extra people: $8 / night after the first guest
Security Deposit: $161
Weekly Price: $305 /week
Monthly Price: $884 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


House Rules

1 night minimum stay
There is hanging space for your clothes in the cupboard and you are also welcome to use the iron and ironing board.

There is hanging space for your clothes in the cupboard and you are also welcome to use the iron and ironing board.

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About the Host, Helen

Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Member since July 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

  • Helen
  • Pi (Chorlton)

    A huge selection of beers, delicious Pieminster pies and all the Sunday papers.
    Manchester Road Manchester Lancashire M21 9GA
  • Barbakan Delicatessen Ltd

    The best bakery in Manchester. Also great for cured meats and cheeses. Serves sandwiches, cakes and coffee on the covered front terrace and on Saturdays there is a queue for the sausage barbecue.
    Manchester Road Manchester M21 9PW
  • Unicorn Grocery

    Organic fresh produce and loads of other great stuff. Everyone in Chorlton has at least one of their iconic jute shopping bags, and the shop has a distinctive comforting smell of wood and greenery.
  • Tesco Express

    Mini-supermarket selling groceries, newspapers, basic toiletries and alcoholic drinks - open until midnight every day, with cashpoint and petrol station.
    Manchester Rd Manchester Greater Manchester M21 9PT
  • Chorlton Leisure Centre

    Local gym and swimming pool.
    Cavendish Terrace Manchester M21 0UA
  • Croma

    The best pizzas in Manchester, with good service in a stylish, comfortable venue.
    Wilbraham Road Manchester M21 9AP
  • Battery Park Juice Bar

    Fab little neighbourhood cafe known particularly for their freshly squeezed and blended smoothies.
    Wilbraham Road Manchester M21 9AN
  • Oddest Bar Ltd

    Quirkily decorated bar serving delicious burgers and informal meals - especially breakfast - close to the metro station.
    Wilbraham Road Manchester Lancashire M21 0SD
  • The Nip & Tipple

    Ultra-friendly and relaxed neighbourhood bar with regular music and events including poker nights. Welcoming to dogs and kids too.
    Upper Chorlton Road Manchester Greater Manchester M16 0BH
  • The Parlour

    Serves classic British food made with local produce and has a great wine list. I like it best in the winter, when its not too busy and you can linger by the fire and catch up on the papers.
    Beech Road Chorlton, Manchester M21 9EG
  • Horse & Jockey

    500-year old pub with a friendly atmosphere and a great menu, right on Chorlton Green. Dog-friendly too. Lovely for a leisurely pint on a sunny day.
    The Green Manchester M21 9HS
  • Longford Park

    Large, attractive public park created from the grounds of the former house owned by 19th century millionaire industrialist John Rylands. Handy for a morning run.
    Stretford Greater Manchester
  • Lead Station

    Relaxed and stylish bar-restaurant with varied menu and small outdoor garden at the back for sunny days. Very popular for brunch at the weekends (fab Eggs Benedict), especially with families.
    Beech Road Manchester M21 9EQ
  • Yakisoba

    Inexpensive but consistently good pan-Asian food served in bento boxes. The service is always friendly - can get busy at the weekend.
    Barlow Moor Road Manchester M21 8HA
  • Old Trafford Cricket Ground

    Home of Lancashire County Cricket Club and the venue of frequent music concerts during the summer. An easy walk from the house.
    Statham Walk Manchester M13 9YS
  • Old Trafford

    The home of Manchester United Football Club, one of the most famous and successful in the world. Less than half an hours walk from the house. Stadium tours run all year.
    Sir Matt Busby Way Stretford M16 0RA
  • Chorlton Water Park

    Former quarry now landscaped as a pleasant place to walk or cycle. Links up with a network of paths that follow the banks of the Mersey and provide a bit of nature in the city.
    Maitland Avenue, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester M21 7WH
  • Imperial War Museum North

    Interesting exhibitions in an interesting building, just across the water from The Lowry. Easy to get to on the tram.
    Trafford Wharf Rd Stretford M17 1TZ
  • The Lowry

    Iconic arts centre with theatres and galleries including an impressive exhibition and collection of L.S.Lowry paintings, plus restaurant and bar overlooking Salford Quays.
    Pier 8 Salford M50 3AZ
  • MediaCity (UK)

    The new glamorous home of the BBC in Manchester. Very easy to get to by tram from my house.
    M50 2EQ
  • Dukes 92

    A lively bar with a huge outdoor terrace right next to the canal in an urban heritage area packed with cool places to eat drink. Great pizzas barbecue in the summer.
    Castle St Manchester Greater Manchester M3 4LZ
  • Whitworth Art Gallery

    A great little museum with interesting exhibitions and an award-winning cafe, situated just in between the university campus and the curry mile of Rusholme.
    Oxford Road Manchester Lancashire M15 6ER
  • Mughli Restaurant+Charcoal Pit

    In my view the best of the many Indian restaurants that line the curry mile in Rusholme.
    Manchester M14 5
  • The Manchester Museum

    A brilliant museum in the heart of the university campus with a wide range of exhibits including dinosaur skeletons and Ancient Egyptian mummies. My young nephews love it!
    Oxford Road Manchester M13 9PL
  • Cloud 23

    Cocktail bar on the 23rd floor of the Beetham Tower with superb views over Manchester and beyond. The best time to go is just before dark on a clear summer evening. Book first to avoid queueing.
    Deansgate (23rd Floor) Manchester M3 4L
  • Museum of Science and Industry

    Full of interesting bits and pieces that reflect Manchesters history as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Great for children.
    Liverpool Road Manchester M3 4FP
  • Dimitri's

    An institution on Deansgate serving Greek Mediterranean food at reasonable prices. Lively atmosphere and pleasant arcade for warm nights.
    Deansgate Manchester M3 4F
  • The Bridgewater Hall

    Go to hear the gorgeous acoustics at a concert, or just to marvel at the engineering that went into the design of the building. The auditorium has its own suspension system!
  • El Rincon

    Proper authentic basement Spanish tapas bar-restaurant complete with Barca FC paraphernalia on the wall. Slightly tricky to find unless you have directions (ask me!) Gets busy at the weekend, so book.
    Deansgate Manchester M3 4BQ
  • Cornerhouse

    Cornerhouse is an institution. Art gallery, arthouse cinema, bar and great cafe on the first floor which is perfect for people-watching. The No.86 bus will take you right to it from my house.
    Oxford Street Manchester M1 5N
  • Albert Square

    Plays host to a huge and lively Christmas market in December and several other festivals and events during the rest of the year. Impressive even when its quiet.
    Manchester M2 5RT
  • John Rylands Library

    Opulent memorial library that has been called Manchesters Taj Mahal. Contains some rare and precious books and manuscripts as well as lovely architecture.
    Manchester Greater Manchester
  • Town Hall

    An architectural treasure and the centrepiece of Manchester city centre. There are frequent guided tours of the inside, including up the clock-tower to get great views over the city.
    Albert Square Manchester M2 5DB
  • Wasabi Sushi

    Informal and reasonably-priced but delicious sushi bar in the middle of Chinatown.
    Faulkner Street Manchester M1 4FF
  • Manchester Art Gallery

    Houses a permanent collection of pre-Raphaelite paintings and frequent temporary exhibitions too. The building is a city centre landmark and the cafe isnt bad either.
    Mosley Street Manchester Lancashire M2 3JL
  • The Molly House

    More grown-up than most bars in the Gay Village: real ales, real music, quirky retro decor with lots of wood and a fab little terrace. Very handy for a taxi home, they go from directly opposite!
    Manchester UK M1 3NB
  • Velvet

    Long-established and consistently good place to eat (basement restaurant) and drink (upper ground floor bar) in plush surroundings right in the heart of the Gay Village.
    Canal Street Manchester M1 3HE
  • Room Restaurant

    A favourite place for a celebration meal. The food and service is always excellent and the setting, an impressive 19th century former trading room, makes every visit feel like a special occasion.
    King Street Manchester M2 4A
  • Taurus

    The friendliest bar in the Gay Village with a loyal and diverse clientele. Very reasonable food and happy hour cocktails.
    Canal Street Manchester M1 3HE
  • Chaophraya Thai Restaurant & Bar

    Widely considered to be the best Thai food in Manchester and you get to eat in sumptuous surroundings too.
    Chapel Walks Manchester Manchester M2 1HN
  • Grinch

    One of my favourite cafe-bars for an informal bite to eat or to share a bottle of wine with friends. You can sit outside on the traffic-free street when its sunny, but the inside is stylish too.
    Chapel Walks Manchester M2 1HN
  • The Royal Exchange Theatre

    Home of high quality theatre productions, but also worth a visit just for the architecture. Contains the largest room in the North of England which once housed the Manchester stock exchange.
    St Ann's Square Manchester Greater Manchester M2 7D
  • Manchester Visitor Information Centre

    In case you need MORE information about things to do and see in Manchester and around, the staff here can answer your queries, help with bookings and you can also buy souvenirs to take home.
    Portland Street Manchester Greater Manchester M1 4AJ
  • Sinclairs Oyster Bar

    The oldest pub in Manchester. It has been moved - brick by individual brick - more than once, and is now part of the attractive Millenium quarter between the Arndale Centre and the cathedral.
    Cathedral Gates Manchester M3 1SW
  • Manchester Cathedral

    Six hundred years of history and architecture are represented in this handsome building, including some beautiful medieval woodwork. Hosts frequent special events as well as regular services.
    Victoria Street Manchester M3 1SX
  • Afflecks

    A rambling building housing an collection of independent boutiques selling handmade, vintage and quirky fashion, jewellery, music paraphernalia and more.
    Church Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester M4 1PW
  • National Football Museum (Urbis)

    One of Manchesters most interesting modern buildings now houses the National Football Museum and a classy modern restaurant on the top floor with great views over the city.
    Manchester M4
  • Odeon

    Huge multiplex cinema in bar/restaurant complex on the site of a former newspaper printworks. Includes an IMAX screen and luxury cinema galleries with super-comfy chairs and their own bar.
  • Chetham's Library

    One of the oldest buildings in the city, dating back to the 1420s. Also Englands oldest public library, and the place where Marx and Engels often worked together.
    Long Millgate Manchester M3 1SB
  • Teacup on Thomas Street

    Wonderful cafe with huge range of teas and amazing cakes. Hang out with the hipsters of the Northern Quarter here :-)
    Thomas St Manchester M4 1NA
  • Trafford Centre

    Huge shopping and entertainment complex, under cover from the weather and with free parking.
    Manchester M17 8AA
  • Ning

    Fantastic Malaysian food in funky surroundings. Also offers cooking classes.
  • Gorton Monastery

    A world heritage site. Former 19th century Franciscan monastery, beautifully restored and now hosts music concerts. Internal decorations are by Pugin.
    Gorton Lane Manchester M12 5WF
  • Manchester City FC

    The home of Manchesters OTHER very successful football club. The stadium was originally built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
    Manchester M11 3FF
  • Manchester International Airport

    This is where youll arrive if youre travelling by air. Big and confusing, with three international terminals. Let me know if you want me to pick you up from your flight!
    Manchester EN

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