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Normanhurst Hotel
"I felf like i had been stuck in a time warp, Positive was the freindly waitress who served us.

Date visited: 11/02/11 ..." More

Sale Dental Care
"I attended this clinic and was charged 30 for an initial consultation during which they could not make a diagnosis of the pain and sensitivity in my tooth because the ..." More

Normanhurst Hotel
"Good Points: Staff were very friendly/helpful/approachable. Cooked breakfast excellent. Dining room very good. Main hotel looked lovely, clean, welcoming. Excellent parking. Some lovely features ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Sale | 10 Places to Stay

Located in the North West of England and not far from Manchester Sale can trace its roots back to prehistoric origins although it is fair to say that as a settlement it was the Romans who made first use of the town. Sale lies in the Mersey Valley and because of its location was primarily involved in farming, in its early days taking on board weaving as an industry around the time of the construction of the Bridgewater Canal and the construction of the canal provided a communications link for both people and goods thus contributing to the growth of Sale. The Victorian era was good for Sale and its new wealth, it saw the opening of new schools, the introduction of street lighting and the opening of a new library which is still in evidence today. Sale is relatively close to the cosmopolitan City of Manchester, around five miles away, and the opening of the Metrolink system offering transport direct to Manchester City Centre from Sale has further enhanced Sale as a location to live. As well as the pedestrianised shopping area Sale also boats a major supermarket and national and traditional shopping facilities. As would be expected road and rail links to the rest of the country from the Cheshire town are very good and yet residents can enjoy many local facilities on their doorstep.


Ashley Kneale Associates
Brentwood Accountancy Services
Cleworth Beardsley


Lennox Lea Hotel *book online*
Premier Inn Manchester (Sale) *book online*


Carroll N V & Associate
Haddon Lodge Dental Practice
Sale Dental Care


Bodmin Road Health Centre
Dr CJB Marchi & Partner
Norris Road Surgery
Washway Road Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Belvoir Lettings
Beresford Adams
Bridgfords Ltd
Edmondsons Surveyors
Liam Sammon
Reeds Rains Estate Agents

Golf Club

Ashton on Mersey
Sale Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Bank At Sale
Bridge Inn
Buck Inn
J P Joule
Kings Ransom


Forest Park School


Bannister Preston
Burton Copeland
Rothwell & Evans
Slater Heelis LLP

Sports Clubs

Brooklands Sports Club (Tennis)
Manchester Wheelers Club (Cycling)
Old Altrinchamians (Amateur Football)


Fleur De Vie
Fleur De Vie
Village Pets

Village Pharmacy
Clare Haggerty
Edward Meeks Ltd
R Gregson
The Corner Cafe
Encounters Cafe
Absolute Deli
The Fish Plaice
Don Riley
Taylor & Son
Hallmark Cards




Manchester Wheelers' Club(Cycling)
Trafford Water Sports Centre(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Sale

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Belforte House (0.08 miles)

Belforte House

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The Belforte House is a privately owned Victorian residence with many original features and charm. Family run with a personal, friendly approach. Managed with a strong emphasis on attention to ... More

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Lennox Lea Hotel (0.15 miles)

Lennox Lea Hotel

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A privately owned award winning Hotel featuring the acclaimed Alexander`s restaurant,set in its own grounds with ample free parking.conveniently located only minutes away from ... More

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Brooklands Lodge (0.51 miles)

Brooklands Lodge
Steve and Angela welcome you to award winning Brooklands Lodge, 4 Star Visit Britain and No 1 B&B in Greater Manchester, according to with a Certificate of Excellence, Trafford Business Award winners for Customer ... More | visit website
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Belmore Hotel (0.88 miles)

Belmore Hotel
Originally built in 1875, the recently 4* AA graded Belmore Hotel is superbly located within easy reach of the motorway network, Manchester Airport and Metrolink tram system. It benefits from twenty luxurious bedrooms and suites, ... More | visit website
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Normanhurst Hotel (1.20 miles)

Normanhurst Hotel

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Sale's Oldest Established Hotel. Award Winning Restaurant. Large Gardens. Family Run Hotel. Friendly Staff. Central for all Manchester motorways. Close to Wythenshawe Hospital. 10 minutes walk to metrolink with access ... More

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Premier Inn Manchester (Sale) (1.64 miles)

An ideal location for the airport, this Premier Inn is just 8 miles from Manchester airport. For shops and local amenities Manchester city centre is only 6 miles away. Sale, the nearest metro station is ... More | visit website
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Altrincham Lodge Hotel (1.74 miles)

Altrincham Lodge Hotel

Formerly the Premier Travel Inn Altrincham North the Altrincham Lodge offers good quality accommodation if you are working in the area of just visiting friends. With the metro just five minutes for links direct to ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Manchester West Didsbury (2.48 miles)

Nicely positioned within 5 miles of Manchester Airport, Old Trafford football stadium and Manchester city centre. For shopping, this hotel is within easy reach of the Trafford shopping centre, which has great shopping and leisure ... More | visit website
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Britannia Airport Hotel (2.53 miles)

Britannia Airport Hotel

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This modern purposed built hotel is located just off the M56 and easy access to the Motorway Networks, travelling from the North, South, East and West. Manchester Airport is only ... More

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Old Trafford Lodge (2.53 miles)

Old Trafford Lodge

Ideally situated just ten minutes by tram from the heart of Manchester and its shopping, entertainment and theatre district. The spectacular Trafford Centre Shopping and Leisure Complex is only a 15 minute drive away and ... More | visit website

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