Sat in Waterfold Business Park on Rochdale Road, just a stone’s throw away from the M66 Motorway, the Village Hotel Club Bury is a modern and stylish hotel offering numerous visitors a relaxing escape from the stresses and strains of everyday life.
The chic venue is home to a variety of fabulous services, including a stunning 25 metre indoor pool, a luxurious hot tub, sauna and steam room, calming massage and treatment rooms and, of course, a fantastic bar and restaurant area. Within the ever-popular Public House, guests of the hotel and passing patrons are able to enjoy an excellent casual dining experience in a friendly, vibrant atmosphere with second-to-none discounts with tastecard.
For the diner on the go, there are a range of range of snacks that offer the ideal quick bite amidst a day of exploration. The Public House's range of club sandwiches include a grilled tuna mayo number topped with melted cheddar cheese and the scrumptious Village Club: grilled chicken, bacon, tomato, lettuce, ham and herb mayo.
As a wonderful nibble, or a starter to precede a gluttonous multi-course meal, the mouth-watering bar food selection incorporates a bucket of sticky chicken wings – the heat of which is dependent on the strength of the customer’s palate – wonderfully contrasted by the old favourite, cheesy nachos. The more indulgent eater won’t be finished here however, and there is enough available to satisfy many an appetite, such as the pub's range of comfort plates, like the traditional fish, chips and mushy peas, the sticky Bourbon barbecue spare ribs – available in both a half rack and a full rack – and the creamy chicken tikka masala. These are joined by an array of burgers and flat bread pizzas in a list that really does offer something for everyone.
Whether for a group of friends looking for a catch up, or for a family in search of a nice afternoon out, the Public House at Village Hotel Club Bury caters for any crowd – and with a number of big screens dotted around showing the latest action, sports fans won’t miss out either.