Surrounded by its Victorian heritage, and in a city steeped in so much history, High Street Townhouse sits quietly in Manchester’s Northern Quarter Conservation Area. Built in 1897 by Wilson Bothamley and originally used as a wholesale milliners warehouse and shop, 58 High Street was once at the centre of the city’s hat and clothing trade. Lovingly transformed into a boutique aparthotel of 19 self-catering apartments, it is now very much at the heart of one of Manchester’s most eclectic spaces, The Northern Quarter; famous these days for its cafes, tea rooms, vintage clothing shops and bars.

We’ve created a welcoming and homely space in the midst of the bustling city centre, and we would love you to join us during your visit to Manchester. Located within minutes of some the city’s best attractions and transport links, High Street Townhouse is ideal for a romantic getaway, or a trip away with a group of friends.