Welcome to Butterfly Guest House, your Stockport “home away from home.” Butterfly Guest House aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Stockport's most popular landmarks, such as St Peter's Church Stockport (2.8 mi) and Edgeley Park Stadium (3.0 mi), Butterfly Guest House is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Butterfly Guest House provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Butterfly Guest House.
If you are looking for a good Indian restaurant, you may want to check out Bombay to Mumbai, Copper Lounge, or Sangam - Heald Green while staying at Butterfly Guest House.
During your visit, be sure to check out Bramhall Parish Church St Michaels (1.2 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the guest house.
Butterfly Guest House puts the best of Stockport at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Booked late after finishing work for the day, for a meeting arranged for the following day. The guest house was conveniently located, met my needs with parking, and supplied a lovely breakfast. The room itself had a door out to the street, but contained shower and bathroom. WiFi worked nicely and tea and coffee facilities were available. Great for the price.
Half way between the airport and Manchester, it is ideal when your flight arrives late at night. Easy to find because it is well situated. The owners, Peter and his wife, are charming and very helpful. The room is comfortable and well equipped (TV, tea and coffee facilities, shower and washbasin, though the toilet has to be shared). The breakfast (full English) was good. The house has the taste of traditional British details. For lovers of the genuine.
Peter and Danika made us very welcome on arrival showing us our room and informing us we could have breakfast from 7.30am to 9.00am (hope I remembered the times correctly) room was comfortable, loo/bathroom was shared. Rooms probably a bit dated for some didn’t bother us, I would agree with an early comment ref the curtains not being lined as the sun came up and I was awake. I would suggest a bottle of water in the room to top up the kettle otherwise you had no choice but to head to the bathroom. I would also prefer no fake flowers which were everywhere, ( personal preference) Breakfast a full pot of tea or coffee. Milk, cereals, fresh orange juice, toast condiments and a cooked breakfast, to your requirements. I loved the table ware although there were a few crumbs under the table cloth (crochet/so you could see them) I loved the crochet cloches over our juice especially in the warm weather. To summarise I hope peter and Danika see the negatives as points to be worked on, they don’t know if they haven’t been told. I would gladly stay here again it’s not the premier inn but the price reflects that and given the warm welcome by these two lovely people I would say their hospitality won hands down. …
I booked my room at short notice for 2 nights. Contacted the Guest House because I was working nights and needed to be in a quiet area of the if reasonably possible. The staff were extremely helpful with this. I also had to speak to the staff during my stay due to the exigencies of my work. Peter was excellent in resolving my issue and also (because of his experience working with business guests?) was very quick to offer contingencies. I will definitely book again when I return to the area.
Stayed at this B&B in October for a business trip. Room was basic but very clean and had everything you would need; shower, tv, kettle, free WiFi and very comfortable bed. Breakfast was also included had the choice of full English & cereals. The lady was lovely very friendly, I would definitely recommend & return for anymore business trips!