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In terms of climate, the best time to visit is July and August, when temperatures can reach around 20°C. It’s fairly mild throughout the year, although make sure to bring an umbrella as there’s a good chance you’ll get rain, especially from October to January.Come in the summer if you want experience some of the big festivals, such as Manchester Jazz Festival in July and Pride celebration in August. If you want to catch a Premier League football game watching either City or United, the season runs from August to May.
There are lots of hotels in which to stay at Manchester Airport, making it convenient for your flight. However, it’s worth considering the nearby surrounding areas for a cheaper option, giving you a chance to explore the local attractions. Families will want to stay in a hotel in Styal, just three miles from Manchester Airport. The village is home to several attractive historical cottages and buildings, and a great family day out can be had at Quarry Bank, one of the UK’s main industrial heritage sites. There’s plenty of woodland to explore, as well as two children’s play areas. Hotels in Alderley Edge will place you 15 minutes away by car or train from Manchester Airport. An affluent, leafy area with lots of high quality restaurants and trendy bars, it’s also famous for its country walks offering fantastic views across the Cheshire plain.There are some good hotels for couples in Altrincham, less than five miles west of Manchester Airport. You can visit the impressive Dunham Massey Hall, an 18th-Century country house that served as a hospital during World War One. Relax in the adjoining park with an ice-cream and spot the fallow deer wandering among the trees. Nature lovers will also like to stay in a hotel in Cheadle, six miles from Manchester Airport. Bruntwood Park features great playground facilities, while the Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden is a picturesque area for a stroll. There’s also Abney Hall, a stately Victorian home surrounded by parkland.

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