Serviced Apartments in Didsbury

Furnished Apartments in Didsbury

Didsbury is a tranquil destination for travellers, offering a distinct charm. You will find several serviced apartments here. There are apartments to fulfil all needs. Couples and solo travellers can take their pick from the best options. In fact, bigger travelling groups will also find suitable options.

Our top serviced apartments Didsbury include:

Each one of our luxury serviced apartments Didsbury gets the best amenities. There is everything you could desire, including free Wi-Fi and appliances. Other facilities include fully-equipped kitchens and comfortable beds. We also offer 24-7 customer support to attend to your queries.

Where to Stay in Didsbury

Some of the best places to stay in Didsbury include Didsbury Park and Burton Road. Other destinations include Didsbury Village, Mersey Bank and more. East Didsbury has great schools and charming streets. The western zone has great eateries. The Village houses eateries, hotels and boutiques galore. There are many well-established localities in Didsbury.

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Facts about Didsbury

Here are some interesting facts about Didsbury:

  • Didsbury’s original name was Dydesbyre or Dydesbiri. It was also known as Dodesbury in the past.
  • Didsbury lies near the Mersey River and was a farming hamlet earlier.
  • The suburb has been wealthy from the 18th century onwards. It has the highest listed building count outside the Manchester city centre.
  • It was earlier a cluster of thatched cottages. There were weaver’s huts, inns, and a church for residents.
  • Cockfighting took place at the Ye Olde Cock Inn here. It is a historical remnant of the bygone eras.
  • Didsbury Village’s The Church of St. James came up in 1620.
  • The Didsbury War Memorial came up to honour 174 martyrs in World War I.
  • 67 names entered the memorial after World War II.
  • Didsbury Park has a bowling green, playing area for kids and a football pitch.
  • The Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden was a gift from Alderman Fletcher Moss in 1914. The park covers 21 acres, containing unique flowers and plants. It is one of the biggest landmarks in Didsbury.

Weather in Didsbury

Didsbury has semi-cloudy and comfortable summers. The winters are cold and long while being a little cloudy too. Temperatures usually hover between 36 to 69 degrees Fahrenheit. The least temperature rarely falls below 27 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit is between late June to late August.