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All reviews an en suite room marple bridge top floor full english a lovely place to stay garden room peak district road noise within easy walking distance family party fresh fruit booked rooms nice room beans tea making facilities standard room very pleasant stay
As we pulled up to the hotel door, Spencer ran out of the hotel to greet us warmly and point out where we should park. As we walked into the entrance hall, Spencer kindly insisted that we complete the required paperwork. The aroma of home...More
We stayed in a double room that had an ensuite bathroom that was lovely and clean with a stunning view of the rolling hils of Cheshire. There was also a single bed in the room, two armchairs, a writing desk, toiletries, large TV, wardrobe, chest...More
I arrived to this b&b quite late and the owner (Spencer - he also told us he has a franchise Travelodge and is a bit of a ‘hotel entrepreneur’, he told us he’s taught Donald Trump everything he knows). Spencer grunted at us and told...More
Marple Lodge is somewhat querky and won't be for everyone. The lodge itself is off a main road, and is a very short walk to Marple station and a couple of local pubs.
We paid £65 for a twin room, and were situated on the...More
I stayed in a single room with shared bathroom facilities, and that usually means a small room tucked away somewhere. However, the room was spacious with a couch and double bed, welcoming with good tea making facilities and a telly. The shower had lashings of...More