The George Hotel
The George Hotel was orginal built in 1836. In 1845 obtained its first alehouse license to cater for passengers from the newly then built raiway station. In 1855 it was called the Station Inn and Railway Hotel. In 1990 the hotel was bought by George and Jean Wharmby who renamed it to The George Hotel. The George Hotel is just a minute s walk from Glossop Rail Station, The George Hotel provides rooms with private en suite bathrooms and full English breakfasts on the edge of The Peak District. The George s rooms provide TVs, free Wi-Fi, and en suite private bathrooms. Tea and coffee facilities are also available, and some rooms offer views of the town and surrounding hills. A split-level restaurant is available to guests, featuring a varied menu including traditional British cuisine, vegetarian options, and continental dishes. Guests can also enjoy full English breakfasts in the restaurant. Easy access to Manchester is provided by a direct link between Glossop Rail Station and Manchester Picadilly Station. Manchester city centre and Manchester Airport are both 30 minutes drive away. The beautiful Peak District National Park is also nearby, just a 5-minute drive from The George Hotel.
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