Set in Cheadle's Bruntwood Park with it's 100 acres of mature oak trees, woodlands, ponds, and lawns, the hotel not only offers an idyllic English manor retreat, but is only 10 miles from the centre of Manchester. Guests will enjoy beautiful vistas of mature parkland from every room and are afforded direct access from the hotel. At Oddfellows on the Park design is important, service is crucial, and playfulness is a requirement.
- 22 individually designed, character bedrooms
- Destination restaurant
- Stunning parkland setting with views from each bedroom
- Stylish bar
- Within easy reach of Manchester and all the city has to offer
Four Poster Bed
Golf Course Nearby
Internet Connection in Rooms
Cheadle Hulme, 2 miles
Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
afternoon tea is served daily between 12pm - 4pm.
Smart / casual
Limited parking bays are available outside the hotel for hotel residents and cannot be pre-booked.
Further parking is available in the park's pay and display car park, just a two minute walk from the hotel at a maximum cost of £3 per day.
Room 11 is the only fully accessible bedroom in the hotel. It has been designed with accessibility in mind, compliant with regulations. The room boasts a wet room which is wheelchair accessible with low level furniture.
The main restaurant, bar, function rooms, WC and accessible bedroom/shower room are located on the ground floor. Salon has a separate accessible entrance with portable ramp.
Please note that there are no lifts in the building.
Extra beds are charged at £25, based on a bed and breakfast basis.
Park rooms can fit a cot but not an extra bed, you would require an upgrade to at least a Club Plus room to fit an extra bed for a child.
Please call us to check regarding upgrades for extra beds and/or cots.
Families would normally be accommodated in The Stud Room Bar for dinner and the same menu is served in there as the restaurant. Highchairs can not be accommodated in the restaurant.
History of the hotel
Bruntwood Hall was the perfect setting for an Oddfellows style restoration. Its history is rich. From its beginnings as a home for stuff merchant John Douglas and his wife in 1861, a town hall in the war, one of the greatest equestrian studs in the North and a film company – its uses have been diverse and interesting.
The hotel does not allow dogs
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