Stay at this waterfront Airbnb in Manchester city center with a huge beer garden on its doorstep

It is literally next to one of Manchester’s most iconic beer gardens.

To stumble from beer garden to bed in a minute or less … Isn’t that every Manc’s dream? If you ask us, it certainly is, and now – it’s a dream come true.

Sitting beautifully on the Rochdale Canal, Castlefield, The Lock Keepers Cottage is the perfect place to stay in the city, offering some of Manchester’s best right on its doorstep, particularly during the summer months.

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Less than a stone’s throw from the popular Dukes 92 bar, the cottage retreat offers the best of both worlds – with the idyllic scenes of the sparkling water of the canal available to guests, and some of the best bars and restaurants in the city a few meters one way. Next door, the modern yet cozy Albert’s Shed provides the perfect setting for a pleasant dinner by the water, while Dukes 92’s epic beer garden is the perfect spot for a beer. with the team.

If that wasn’t all, the cottage is only a short walk from the local tram and train station, with Deansgate, Spinningfields and central Manchester also within walking distance – making it the perfect stay for those who after a drenched weekend exploring Manchester’s many bars and restaurants.

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Inside, the property is just as impressive as its location, with stunning period features and a lovely glass-roofed open kitchen with plenty of seating for breakfast after a night on the town.

Elsewhere in the property – which was originally built in the 1800s – guests can enjoy a number of original features, including cozy fireplaces and stained glass windows that reflect the chalet’s position by the last lock on the Rochdale Canal (which is also what Dukes 92 is named after!).

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Offering enough room for five people, the cozy chalet accommodates groups of five as well as couples, with plenty of space for entertaining and even a beautiful garden that guests can enjoy on the hottest days, having a drink or a drink. the hand. Naturally, parties are prohibited within the property, however, when you are feeling a little livelier, you’re just steps away from a cold beer or a bottle of wine from Dukes.

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