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Great John Street Hotel Manchester

Great John Street Hotel, Great John Street, Manchester, M3 4FD

Telephone 0161 831 3211

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Opening Hours: Breakfast 7am - 10pm / Lunch 12pm - 3pm / Afternoon Tea 12pm - 5pm

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Great John Street Hotel

Great John Street hotel is a converted Victorian school that has been transformed into a luxury townhouse hotel. Tucked away but absolutely in the heart of the city, it is both old-style charm and elegance.

The Oyster Bar is situated on the ground floor, designed with a vintage chic feel and The Mezzanine overhead features historic sepia photographs of former pupils of the Victorian school. The unique atmosphere may charm you from the moment you step inside, with the pewter bar, striking overhead chandelier and deep comfy sofas and armchairs that provide a relaxed setting for informal lunch or afternoon tea.

 
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With a food menu that features a vast range of culinary delights residents and outside guests can enjoy tastes from the classic Fish & Chips to a vibrant Mediterranean Salad to the aromatic Moroccan Lamb Tagine.

Indulge in the fashionable ritual of afternoon tea choosing from the ‘Ladies Afternoon Tea’ with delicate finger sandwiches alongside the pièce de résistance three tier stand with light, crusty scones and rich clotted cream accompanied by a variety of homemade cakes and pastries. Served with as much tea and coffee as you need to fuel the gossip, however why not add a glass of Perrier Jouët champagne; after all it is a ladies prerogative to enjoy the finer things in life.

 
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For the Eclectic gents they have the ‘Gentlemans Afternoon Tea’ a selection of wholesome canapé-style bites from fish & chip skewer; prawn dumplings; chicken and leek pie; mini beef burger and fries to homemade scotch egg. Top this little feast off with their bespoke dessert menu of cheese and crackers and warm chocolate brownie with baileys ice cream. As ever they’ll throw in as much tea and coffee as you gents can drink, with the option of ending on a round of their unique ‘Gentleman Jack’ - a fusion of citrus and black raspberry with the smooth taste of Jack Daniel’s.

Great Jon Street offer a High Breakfast for the early risers to kick-start the day with mini eggs benedict, mini crispy bacon muffins, mini french toast, mini pancakes, granola with yoghurt and fruit compote and a mini strawberry smoothie! Served from 7:30am to midday, by pre-booking only for £18per person.

Great John Street has a variety of room and terrace combinations to hire for private dining or exclusive events that can be tailored to suit individual needs. Offering a unique south-facing Rooftop Lounge & Garden for a special choice of location for your next meeting or event, that provides a glamorous setting with scenic skyline views.

Having the Manchester Opera House located just round the corner, it’s also a great place to grab a pre-show drink at the distinct pewter bar serving handcrafted cocktails alongside cherry picked beers, wines and spirits.
 
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Great John Street Special Offers

Afternoon Tea From £23

Indulge in the fashionable ritual of afternoon tea choosing from the ‘Ladies Afternoon Tea’ with delicate finger sandwiches alongside the pièce de résistance three tier stand with light, crusty scones and rich clotted cream accompanied by a variety of homemade cakes and pastries or the ‘Gentlemans Afternoon Tea’* a selection of wholesome canapé-style bites from fish & chip skewer; prawn dumplings; chicken and leek pie; mini beef burger and fries to homemade scotch egg. Top this little feast off with their bespoke dessert menu of cheese and crackers and warm chocolate brownie with baileys ice cream.

All afternoon teas are served with unlimited tea and coffee.

Ladies Afternoon Tea £23

Champagne Afternoon Tea £30

Children's Afternoon Tea £12.50 per child up to 13 years old

Gentlemen's Afternoon Tea £25 per person - Minimum of Two per booking

Gentlemen's Afternoon Tea + Gentleman Jack Cocktail £30 per person

*minimum of two gentlemens afternoon teas per booking can be upgraded to include a Gentleman Jack Cocktail for £30 per person

NB, offers may not apply during Festive period & Bank Holidays - check with venue before visiting

 
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Bottomless Brunch From £55

The birth of brunch is owed to the English writer, Guy Beringer and his inspiration: the hangover. The term was coined in the 19th Century to describe a Sunday meal for “Saturday-night carousers” to slowly shake off their headaches and calm their gurgling stomachs. If someone needed to chase the meal with a hair-of-the-dog cocktail, nobody would judge.

And so the mid-morning gastronomic adventure continues at Great John Street bringing family and friends together over an offering of brunch favourites including bottomless prosecco and Mimosa.

Guests will enjoy 3 brunch dishes per person and a bottomless offering of Prosecco and Mimosa. The option to upgrade to Champagne is available for £10.

T&C’s Groups of 8 or more, Private room for 1.5 hours (1.5 hours is the period of time that the prosecco and Mimosa are bottomless), Extras: £4 per additional food choice, £10 pp to upgrade to Champagne

NB, offers may not apply during Festive period & Bank Holidays - check with venue before visiting

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