Grafene Manchester Dinner Review: April 2018
Grafene is a unique cutting edge innovative restaurant and bar located in upmarket King Street in Manchester city centre. Owners Paul and Kathryn, with a wealth of experience behind them, used this knowledge to bring Manchester a modern British menu, with food being locally sourced where possible, to all be enjoyed in a relaxed setting.
Décor is an mix of industrial, with earthy coloured upholstered seating, softened with fabrics, fresh flowers and amazing artwork. All this along with the wide-open windows, that allows for masses of natural light, has brought the countryside indoors, vamped up with some city edge.
Seating includes intimate tables for two, booths for larger gatherings with friends or family, and a discreet private dining area, that is offset from the main room, which gives the feeling of privacy without being cut off from the atmosphere.
Novotel Manchester Centre Review: April 2018
Located within an enviable postcode, near to all the main transport hubs such as Manchester Piccadilly & Oxford Road train stations, the Novotel Manchester Centre, is the ideal place to enjoy all of the city action, from a convenient and central 4 star base.
Make your way through the revolving doors, into the bright airy reception area, and prepare to check in for a sensational stay. Make use of the interactive touch screen system that provides helpful tourist information.
Junior Suites immediately have that wow factor, focusing on your needs to provide a relaxed experience. An open plan arrangement, with a super cosy comfortable bed, with amazing artwork above the bedhead, a flat screen television, and a cleverly designed modular bathroom.
The adjoining lounge area, with a second flat screen television, comfortable sofa, relaxer chair set within a Manchester city artwork background scene, along with a Nespresso coffee machine, Bose Ipod dock, complimentary broadband, and mini bar stocked with water was an ideal place to kick back, relax and chill out.
Brown’s Bar & Brasserie Manchester Afternoon Tea Review: April 2018
Bang in the heart of Manchester city centre, located on York street, is the brilliant and beautiful Browns Bar & Brasserie.
Built in 1901, by Charles Heathcote for Parr’s Bank, this beautiful red stone building is an opulent example of Edwardian baroque architecture.
Manchester Junk Yard Golf Club Review: April 2018
Rumours are flying around, that Crazy golf just got epic, and I can confirm it’s all true! Get your game face ready, as things are in full swing down at the super cool Junk Yard Golf site slap bang on first street Manchester.
Before play, fuel up like we did, and enjoy a beer or a mocktail decked to the rafters with sweet treats and an umbrella to boot. Jump into the golf buggy, gear up to the golf range, ready for some Grand Slam play…well not quite, but a game on the 9 hole Bozo and Gary courses for sure.
Rock up like a pro, with your very own cool Junk Yard golf visor caps, this was guy Vs girl so we went with Blue & red, and turned things on their head; blue for the girl and red for the guy.
Fairfield’s Farm Crisps Review: April 2018
The Fairfield’s Family farm have been harvesting potatoes, in the stunning Colne Valley in Essex, for three generations. The Crisps are hand cooked on the farm to produce top notch crisps with crunch.
As if that was not enough, from early 2017 Fairfield’s farm energy is all generated using sustainable technologies including solar power and anaerobic digestion which is great news for the environment!