REVIEWS

"its value for money"
"I'd definitely stay here again"
"full English was very good"
"Ideally situated"

“Cracking Little Inn”

It sits in the middle of the Northern Quarter, so there's a fair bit of noise from revellers and traffic, however that suited me. The pub downstairs was fairly typical, not expensive and had a few different ales on as well as the usual stuff. The twin room I had was perfectly serviceable, wardrobe and drawers, tea & coffee, and was obviously cleaned to a high standard. It was a shared shower room which was also very clean and, for a hotel, had a decent new looking shower unit. I checked in in the afternoon, and was shown how to access the rooms via the beer garden after hours. On the breakfast bar there was a couple of different cereal types, yoghurts (chilled in ice!), fresh orange and an urn to make tea or coffee. I opted for a cooked breakfast which was bacon, sausage, egg, mushrooms, toast, beans, grilled tomato, and black pudding, and it was brilliant! Cooked well and seemingly decent ingredients. Whilst I was sat there I saw a couple of European travellers have ham and eggs, and another guest had a vegetarian fry up, so they seem to be flexible in their offering. I stayed on the Manchester derby day so was lucky to get a room, which is understandable considering its central location and its value for money. I had low expectations but I'm pleased to say I was wrong. When I come back to Manchester I'd definitely stay here again.

“Great Situation”

I stayed at the Crown and Anchor whilst visiting Manchester.Arriving by train the B&B was a leisurely 10 minute walk from Piccadilly Station. The B&B is Ideally situated near many shops and the City Centre is a few minutes walk away. I had a full english for breakfast which was very good. I could help myself to cereal,yoghurt,tea coffee and juice while i waited for my breakfast. They do a midday meal and across the road is their sister establishment that serves evening meals with a 20% discount for guests.


“Would stay again”

Room and shared bathroom very clean. Our room was a little small but had everything we needed. Nice breakfast cooked to order. friendly staff. Large outside seating area to back of pub was unexpected. Good location, just a short walk from Manchester Piccadilly. I would stay again.

“CHEAP BUT FANTASTIC”

If want a cheap hotel 10 minutes from the Manchester Piccadily railway station, then this is it. The room was basic but had a tv, comfortable bed and blackout curtains. There is a shared bathroom but it is very clean. I cannot fault the hot freshly cooked breakfast - egg, sausage, bacon, baked beans, hash brown, mushrooms and toast. There are cearels, yougart, jam, plenty of tea and coffee. had previously stayed in a hotel in Chigwell, which cost me £95 a night and the breakfast was luke warm and horrible. Very friendly.