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    Bedrooms 15
  • From £70 per room per night

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The Abel Heywood is a unique pub and stylish boutique hotel located in the heart of the Northern Quarter, Manchester’s former industrial turned bustling shopping, art and entertainment district.

Surrounded by classic, iconic red brick buildings and former warehouses turned apartments and just a short distance from all of the main shopping areas, entertainment and sports venues, The Abel Heywood’s boutique hotel is the ideal place to stay for a short break.

Their pub and restaurant are full of character and warmth throughout and contrasts the styles of a classic Victorian London pub with the bohemian arty character of the Northern Quarter. You will find a fine collection of ales including those brewed locally by their parent company Hydes and The Beer Studio, craft world beers, a fantastic range of gins and spectacular cocktails. They serve food from morning to night with their brunch dishes amongst the finest in the city and their British inspired menu is available all day until 10pm.

Their bedrooms in the boutique hotel are furnished to a very high standard, mixing modern facilities with a unique design that gives guests a perfectly comfortable stay. Please note prices in the rooms tab are just a guide and are for room rate only 

Within a stone’s throw of the Abel Heywood are many of Manchester’s well known shops, landmarks and department stores including Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, The Corn Exchange and the Arndale Centre. They are also within a short walk of Manchester Arena, The Apollo, and the Academy and close to the tram stations taking you to all of Manchester’s famous sporting arenas.

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    Small Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £70 per room per night

The Abel Heywood have 4 small and cosy double bedrooms. These air conditioned rooms come with tea and coffee making facilities, a working desk and a flat screen TV. They include a private bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. Room only prices from £70. 

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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £75 per room per night

The Abel Heywood have 7 double bedrooms. These air conditioned rooms come with tea and coffee making facilities, a working desk and a flat screen TV. They include a private bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. Room only prices from £75.  

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    King Double 

    King Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £85 per room per night

The Abel Heywood have 3 king bedrooms which also have an added sofa bed. These air conditioned rooms comes with tea and coffee making facilities, a working desk and flat screen TV's. They include a private bathroom with a bathtub, a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. Room only rates from £85.

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    Deluxe Suite En-Suite 

    Deluxe Suite
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    Sleeps 3
  • From £90 per room per night

Abel Heywood's stunning suite is perfect for that luxurious city break and comes complete with a separate living room, large shower room and Juliette balcony. This air conditioned room has plenty of natural light from the large windows and comes with tea and coffee making facilities, a working desk and a flat screen TV. Room only prices from £90.  

 

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