People visiting Manchester will soon be able to stay in the Station Agent’s House courtesy of the Landmark Trust

Their restoration project made The Station Agent’s House accessible to the public and it’s now being used as a residence again for the first time in over 100 years

The accessible, environmentally sustainable holiday accommodation for eight guests.

The grade-I house was the lynchpin around which the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station was constructed.

Following months of rejuvenation by Manchester-based Walker Conservation Specialists, we’re about to reveal a restoration that evokes the heyday of Britain’s railway era. Art Deco-inspired furnishings will join the brightly painted bedrooms and green and cream tiled bathrooms.

The Station Agent’s House is set in Manchester’s most vibrant cultural quarter, with the Science and Industry Museum and neighbours Aviva Studios on the doorstep.

As the city speeds towards a raft of inspiring new developments, the house will be a base from which to both discover history and watch modernity unfold.


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