9 miles to the north of Manchester city centre, Bury really
is the perfect place to take a break. Just 20 minutes from
Manchester by metrolink, the borough offers a delightful
mix of town and country, stretching from open Pennine Moorland
or picturesque valleys to the bustling streets of the traditional
market town of Bury itself.
There's loads of things to keep you occupied in the Bury
region, like the historic steam locomotives of The East
Lancashire Railway and the many country parks and reservoirs
with walking trails. It really is a rambler's ideal stop,
and the beautiful Holcombe Hill, above Ramsbottom to the
north of the borough, should be climbed for the view stretching
over the whole of Greater Manchester, and parts of Lancashire.
listed our Bury hotels by their distance to the town centre
statue of Sir Robert Peel (the Bury-born Prime Minister
who introduced the Police Force), which sits proudly in
front of Bury Parish Church..
= swimming pool,
= car park on site,
= walking distance to metro/train station
distances/times quoted below have been calculated by our
own experiences using the safest & easiest routes. For
that reason they are likely to be more accurate than those
quoted by the hotels on the website links provided. We must
stress however that these are still approximate and may
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