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Welcome to Altrincham Lodge

Address: 350 Manchester Road, Altrincham, Altrincham, WA14 5NH

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By Public Transport: The Metro takes 5 minutes to reach central Manchester, Old Trafford, the Manchester Evening News (MEN) Arena and Manchester Central (formerly known as the GMEX centre and Manchester International Conference Centre (MICC)). By Car (from the North): - Leave the M60 motorway at junction 7, and follow the A56 towards Altrincham. By Car (from the South): - Leave the M6 motorway at junction 19, follow the A556 and continue onto the A56 towards Sale. Satellite Navigation: Please note if you use the hotel’s postcode, satellite navigation systems will try to take you round the back of the hotel. Make sure you stay on Manchester Road, the A56, and look for the Pelican Inn. Pull into the Pelican Inn and the Altrincham Lodge Hotel is directly behind.

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Sale Golf Club - Sale - Golf

Sale Golf Club - Sale - Golf

Distance 2.59 miles (4.14 km)
Sale Golf Club, founded in 1913, is a well established parkland course with a standard scratch of 70. The Clubhouse, the lodge of Sale Old Hall Circa 1830, is steeped in tradition and has a well-earned reputation for good food and hospitality. Set in an idyllic rural location next to Trafford Water Sports Centre, Sale Golf Club offers a gently undulating parkland course that presents an enjoyable challenge to both high and low handicap golfers. Providing 'year round' play, the course is maintained to the highest standards using the latest equipment. Situated close to the M60 and within easy reach of the entire Greater Manchester conurbation.

Dunham Massey - Manchester - Historical Houses

Dunham Massey - Manchester - Historical Houses

Distance 2.76 miles (4.42 km)
When the house and estate of Dunham Massey was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1976, it was one of the most generous the Trust was granted. Today, the ancient, walled deer park, tranquil gardens, lake and house provide a varied and peaceful day for the visitor. The oldest record of the deer park is in 1362 and it is known that the moat, which partly survives as the ornamental lake, once surrounded the old Manor House, possibly a castle before then. The now substantially flattened mound which is on the south-east corner of the house, may have been a Norman motte, but this is uncertain.

Ringway Golf Club - Altrincham - Golf

Ringway Golf Club - Altrincham - Golf

Distance 2.86 miles (4.58 km)
Rolling over mature Cheshire parkland with extensive views towards the Lancashire hills and Derbyshire Peaks Ringway Golf Club has an outstanding pedigree. Founded in 1908 by members of Hale and Ashley Cricket Club, the aim was to create a course of the highest calibre and a welcoming clubhouse. Harry Colt, the world famous course designer laid out the course, which was further developed by James Braid Jnr and today boasts 18 holes measuring 6,482 yards and is considered among the finest in Cheshire. Conveniently located just 2 miles from Manchester Airport, Ringway is within easy reach of some of the North West's finest hotels as well as the regions motorway networks.

Wythenshawe Hall and Park - Manchester - Historical Houses

Wythenshawe Hall and Park - Manchester - Historical Houses

Distance 3.11 miles (4.98 km)
Wythenshawe Park covers some 250 acres of prime parkland to the immediate south of the city. It constitutes a major leisure facility for the people of south Manchester, and in particular, the vast Wythenshawe housing estate which surrounds it. Beautifully maintained, it has numerous facilities and sporting attractions including several football pitches, tennis courts, bowling greens and children's play areas. Wythenshawe Hall was built by the Tatton family who lived their between 1540 and 1926, when Robert Greville Tatton sold the hall and park to Lord Simon of Wythenshawe, who immediately donated them to the City of Manchester. Several rooms are open to the public, including the Dining Room and the Drawing Room, the latter being the oldest surviving part of the original 1540 house.