Wilton Grange Hotel

2 Crumpsall Lane, Crumpsall, Manchester, M8 5FB, United Kingdom
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
AMOMA.com

40%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
0%
0
Very Good
40%
2
Average
0%
0
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
60%
3

N/A

Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Business
  • Families0
  • Couples0
  • Solo100
  • Business100

More about Manchester

Photos

Exterior (1)Exterior (1)

Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, UK.Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, UK.

Hang Won HongHang Won Hong

DalekDalek

Forum Posts

Vintage shops?

by SparklePop

Hi!

I've been shopping in Manchester a few times now and think it's absolutely brilliant. If I wasn't a Brummie... I'd move here ;-)

Just wondered - can anyone recommend any vintage or good independent shops around the city centre?

Thank you! :-)

Re: Vintage shops?

by leics

No personal experience, but found these:

Pop Boutique
34-36 Oldham St.

The Vintage Clothing Company
Afflecks Palace
Oldham St.

http://www.pop-boutique.com/html/main1f.html

Re: Vintage shops?

by Evenith666

There are a few small shops in Afflecks Palace on Church Street, off Market Street, that sell vintage everything, from 70's and 80's gadgets to clothes. Also if you turn onto Oldham Street from Market Street (near Picadilly Gardens) there are alot of large vintage clothes shops further down. Afflecks is definately your best bet with 80% of its shops being dedicated to vintage items.
Hope i have helped you out!
Evan

Re: Vintage shops?

by Platti

Also head for 'The Northern Quarter' there are a few funky independant shops there and take a stroll down Oldham Street for more. Fortunately most of these types of shops are in the same area for you.

Re: Vintage shops?

by Tracyden

There are lots of vintage shops in the Northern Quarter - check out Aflecks Palace for independant traders. ALso loads of good places for lunch. Happy shopping.

Travel Tips for Manchester

Visit the 'Trafford Centre'. ...

by antz

Visit the 'Trafford Centre'. It is a shopping experience like never before. Even if you are not planning on buying anything, it is worth going just to spend a day looking around. The shopping mall is decorated differently depending on what you can buy at that certain area. One section is like a funfair. Another section is like the titanic, and there is also chinatown, New Orleans and lots more. My favourite memory of Manchester is wandering along Canal St which is the gay area in Manchester. The pubs and restaurants are all excellent.

Disappearing pubs

by St_Vincent

(Tip written in 2007) Manchester is well known for its many good real ales pubs especially in and around the area known as the Northern Quarter. However, like many of our cities, they do seem to have a habit of disappearing. Two of those are worth a mention just in case you are planning a trip and intend visiting them.

The Beer House is a pub where rumours have always circulated about closures, refurbishments, re-openings etc. As at May 07 it is closed with planning permission having been granted for the area around it. I guess it might survive in the new development

The Pot of Beer, a decent back street pub is now closed and boarded up and developers are seeking permission to pull it down and use the land for residential purposes.

2009 Update - The Pot of Beer is still closed. The Beer House has re-opened and been re-named The Angel. The Castle on Oldham St is now closed.

The Theatre of Dreams

by ValbyDK

Manchester United Football Club is possibly the most popular football club in the world, with over 330 million supporters worldwide. The club was a founding member of the Premier League in 1992, and has played in the top division of English football since 1975. The club is the second most successful in the history of English football (after Liverpool) and by far the most successful of recent times. In 2008 they won the Premier League and will play in the Champions League finale in Moscow.

Old Trafford (or the Theatre of Dreams) became Manchester United’s home in 1910. Today the stadium is the largest club ground in Britain and is one of the finest in the world. Since work on the expansion of the stadium’s North-west and North-east end was completed in summer 2006, Old Trafford’s capacity has reached in excess of 76000.

At Old Trafford you can visit the Manchester United Museum and Tour Centre. The museum covers every detail of United’s history, including an array of trophies, the tragedy of the Munich air disaster and relives the drama of the 1998/99 treble season. The tour brings you though the players’ tunnel, to the dressing rooms and inside the stadium.

Castlefield

by M.E.R.V

The fort at Castlefield was abandoned around 410AD when the Romans withdrew from Britain. Over the centuries, the site has decayed and became overgrown, and in the Middle Ages was called "Castle-in-the-field" which later became known as Castlefield. As the industrial side in the citycentre, Castlefield contains many of Manchester's industrial heritage like the railway viaducts, canal systems and museums. The waterside pubs are amazing and gives such a peaceful ambience. Theres an outdoor arena where occasional performances takes place.

Modern Shopping

by Balam about The Triangle

Situated in what was originaly the Corn Exchange Building the Triangle Shopping Centre is conveniently situated near the Millennium gardens, in between Victoria train station the Arndale centre and Exchange Square in Manchester’s New Retail Heart opposite Selfridges

The Corn Exchange was so badly damaged in the bombing by the IRA in 1996 that after some extensive rebuilding and modernisation it has been ressurrected as the Triangle managing to preserve the exterior of the old building whilst inside a new state-of-the-art shopping mall has been created with what to me is probably the best looking space age Cafe (Cafe Nero) that looks like some kind of space pod perched in the air.

Opening hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 8pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm

Comments

Popular Hotels in Manchester

Radisson Edwardian Manchester

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

"Free Trade Hall" Peter St, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Show Prices

Lowry Hotel Manchester

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

50 Dearmans Place, Chapel Wharf, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Show Prices

Midland Manchester

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

16 Peter St, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Show Prices

Velvet

2 Canal Street, Manchester

Show Prices

View all Manchester hotels

View all Manchester hotels

Latest Manchester hotel reviews

Best Western Princess On Portland
535 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
988 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Hilton Manchester Deansgate Hotel
1810 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Macdonald Manchester
1678 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Premier Inn Manchester - City Centre (Portland Street)
1036 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Travelodge Manchester Airport
129 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 17, 2014
Britannia Country House
1377 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Chesters Hotel & Restaurant
106 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Trafford Hall Hotel
164 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 2, 2014
Place Apartment Hotel Manchester
640 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Citi Park Hotel
67 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 11, 2014
Premier Inn Manchester (Mottram)
201 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Best Western Willowbank Hotel
320 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Malmaison Manchester Hotel
960 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Hilton Manchester Airport
1164 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 13, 2014