Bredbury Hall is a popular hotel and nightclub in Bredbury, a village in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport. It dates back to the 17th century but was rebuilt as a family home in the 19th century.
It boasts a wealth of dining and entertainment options. The restaurant offers set and a la carte menus while the residents’ bar offers full size snooker tables and a big screen TV showing major sporting events. The adjacent barn has been converted to one of the most popular nightclubs in Stockport and is linked to the main hotel by a tunnel (apparently haunted). Guests should note the nightclub has a relatively strict dress policy (no jeans, trainers, or visible tattoos) and is open at weekends. After the nightclub shuts many patrons return to the residents bar for karaoke and hot beef sandwiches.
The hotel boasts 137 bedrooms. All have en-suite bathrooms, Sky TV, wireless internet access, and tea/coffee making facilities. Other facilities at the hotel include an onsite car park, numerous conference and meeting rooms, and a 24-hour reception.
Bredbury Hall is approximately 2 miles from Stockport town centre and 7 miles from Manchester city centre.