Tameside Accommodation Guide
Travelling to Tameside
The area is easily accessible. Manchester Airport is only 30 minutes drive away, whilst the M60 and M67 connect Tameside to the national motorway network. Various Operators run frequent rail services to the North East, Yorkshire and the North West. Local stations in the borough provide regular services to both Piccadilly and Victoria Stations in Manchester, the Peak District and Sheffield. The area is also well served by frequent buses.
How to book
To book your accommodation simply telephone or write to the establishment of your choice. Remember to state your requirements clearly and precisely and advise the establishment of your expected time of arrival. It is strongly recommended that you confirm your booking in writing. Also, if you are delayed on your journey, a telephone call to inform management that you may be late might help to avoid problems on arrival.
Please note, that acceptance of accommodation bookings made by telephone or in writing are legally binding contracts. If the accommodation is cancelled, not taken up or left prematurely, the proprietor may be entitled to compensation. Check cancellation terms in advance.
All prices are correct at time of print but may be subject to change. Please confirm price before booking. The inclusion of any establishment in this guide does not indicate recommendation. No responsibility can be taken for any errors or omissions. The list of facilities is intended as a general guide. If you have specific requirements, please check with the establishment concerned.
If you are dissatisfied with your accommodation, you should inform the management at the time of the incident. This gives the management the opportunity to take prompt action and to put things right without delay.
Complaints can also be directed to the Tourist Information Centre in writing stating at which establishment you stayed, when, and the nature of the complaint. The staff at the centre will record and investigate complaints, but please note that they have no statutory control over establishments in their method of operation and cannot become involved in legal or contractual matters.