Visit Salford and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Salford, Greater Manchester, is more or less joined to Manchester and its docks. Salford developed as a cotton-spinning town. The museum and art gallery is at Peel Park. A feature of the museum is Lark Hill Place, a reconstruction of a street in a l9th century northern industrial town. The art gallery is notable for its L. S. Lowry collection. At Buile Hill Park is the science museum, containing exhibits of mammals, local natural history, coal-mining and general science. Ordsall Hall is a medieval manor house, formerly the home of the Radcliffe family.
Sir Charles Hallé, the conductor, is buried at Salford.
Nearby cities: Manchester
Nearby towns: Bolton, Bury, Rochdale, Wigan
Nearby villages: Barton upon Irwell, Barton upon Irwell, Carrington, Davyhulme, Davyhulme, Eccles, Failsworth, Farnworth, Flixton, Gorton, Heaton Chapel, Kearsley, Levenshulme, Little Lever, Middleton, Newton Heath, Openshaw, Patricroft, Pendlebury, Prestwich, Ringley, Rusholme, Sale, Swinton, Trafford Park, Urmston, Victoria Park, Walkden, Weaste, West Gorton, Whitefield, Worsley
Have you decided to visit Salford or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Salford bed and breakfast (a Salford B&B or Salford b and b)
- a Salford guesthouse
- a Salford hotel (or motel)
- a Salford self-catering establishment, or
- other Salford accommodation