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Welcome to The Amblehurst Hotel

Address: 44, Washway Road, Sale, M33 7QZ

Hotel Description

While in business, the Amblehurst has captured many corporate company clients and valued guests over the years, thus establishing a personal relationship with its clientele, so visitors have returned time and time again. The privately owned award-winning hotel has 50 beautiful rooms, all en suite together with 2 luxurious suites for special occasions. The grounds at the Amblehurst also contain a fully licensed bar, barbecue/beer garden, conference facilities and function rooms, on site car park together with disabled facilities. There is also outstanding restaurant which always leaves a lasting impression on diners.

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Sale Golf Club - Sale - Golf

Sale Golf Club - Sale - Golf

Distance 1.59 miles (2.54 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.

North Trafford College - University

North Trafford College - University

Distance 2.16 miles (3.46 km)
North Trafford College of Further Education, founded in 2007, is located in Manchester, UK. The College has over 11,000 students out of which over 8,000 students are adults and around 3,000 are young people in the age range of 16 to 18 years. The College offers several programmes such as Access to Higher Education, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Computing and IT, Health and Care, Business & Management, Art and Design, Mechanical and Production Engineering, Gas and Plumbing, Building Services, Leisure, Child Care, Teacher Training and Science.

Chorlton cum Hardy Golf Club - Manchester - Golf

Chorlton cum Hardy Golf Club - Manchester - Golf

Distance 2.58 miles (4.12 km)
Chorlton-cum-Hardy Golf Club is an 18-hole park-land course located in the Mersey Valley, 4 miles south of Manchester City Centre. 14th Century Barlow Hall provides the setting for our Club-House which is fully equipped with a well-stocked bar and reasonably priced catering facilities. A challenging 18-hole parkland Course, set in the grounds of historic 14th Century Barlow Hall. The Par is 70 with a Standard Scratch Score of 69. This challenging parkland Course winds its way down narrow fairways and around the banks of the River Mersey. Located in such tranquil surroundings, it is difficult to believe that you are just 4 miles from Manchester City Centre and in close proximity to the M60 motorway network.

Wythenshawe Hall and Park - Manchester - Historical Houses

Wythenshawe Hall and Park - Manchester - Historical Houses

Distance 2.84 miles (4.54 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.