It’s always exciting venturing out into new surroundings, a 3-minute walk round the corner takes you to Lapwing Lane shops including The Deli for coffees and newspapers, Chilli Banana Thai restaurant, The post office, Pizza Express and Wine and Wallop Bar.
Find Shop Do Eat Play
Leave the car and take an 8-minute stroll into vibrant West Didsbury, Burton Road, offers over 20 independent restaurants and bars featuring celebrity chef Simon Rimmers, high end Greens Restaurant. Cutting-edge British food at The Lime Tree. The traditional and uber busy Nepalese restaurant – The Great Kathmandu. ‘Folk’…my favourite burgers and coffees’ served here, Mary and Archies for breakfast and Thyme out for the best cheese on toast ever!!
In the opposite direction, walking 5 minutes you will reach Didsbury village offering a selection of larger style restaurants including Gusto and Croma both great Italian restaurants, Cau a Brazilian steak house, Costa coffee plus many more eateries and bars.
For our Business Travel guests staying longer you may consider joining The Fitness and Well-being gym, Nuffield Health at Parrs Wood. Squash and Tennis is available at The Northern with pre Wimbledon qualifiers taking place here. For an early morning swim try the Waterside Leisure Club.
Cineworld, an 11 screen Multiplex cinema screen is only 4 mins drive.
You are a 3-minute walk to West Didsbury Metro station, where you can travel 10 minutes, traffic and stress free on the tram into central Manchester. Alternatively, take a 10-minute car drive straight along the B5095 Wilmslow Road into the centre. Manchester Airport is 15 minutes’ drive away to the south or a 27-minute tram ride. Manchester Piccadilly train station is 29 minutes by tram.
Plenty of buses, UBER and taxis always easily available.
Manchester Airport is just a few miles away, with trains running directly into the Airport from Didsbury.
Didsbury sits just a few miles from the M56 and M60 motorway networks, making it easily accessible from other parts of the country.
Transport Links into the city centre
All areas of Didsbury have great transport links into Manchester City Centre. There are Metrolink Stations at:
- Burton Road and Palatine Road in West Didsbury
- School Lane in Didsbury Village
- Didsbury Road at East Didsbury
There are train stations at East Didsbury and Burnage. The main bus routes into the city centre run down Wilmslow Road and Palatine Road with buses every few minutes.