"We booked this hotel for it's proximity to a function we were attending. We weren't expecting great things as we were aware of it from old a..."
About the hotel
A delightful 19th Century coaching inn with a comfortable lounge, bar and dining area. The inn has recently undergone a huge refurbishment to bring the building back to life. Local produce and a lovely setting are the hallmarks of The Waggon Inn; with all our food sourced locally.
The Waggon Inn was established in 1882 by Joseph Bradbury and has a long tradition of providing hospitality and accommodation to local residents and visitors to Uppermill. In “Saddleworth Pubs and their licencees 1674-1998”, Rob Magee notes that about 1882 Joseph Bradbury a Stone Merchant became beer retailer at the Waggon Inn, High Street, Uppermill. By 1887 Joseph’s widow Mary was licensee and owner. When Mary died in 1900 her son Frank took over as licensee and stayed on until 1925, when the family sold the Waggon to Robinson’s Brewery, Stockport. There are four rooms available. All bedrooms are newly renovated to a very high standard. Our twin room has a walk in wet room and our doubles a power shower and bath All. bedrooms are equipped with large flat screen TV's, hair dryer, Dolce Gusto coffee machine with tea and coffee making facilities.
Showing Wednesday 7 October 2015 to Thursday 8 October 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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33% would recommend it to a friend
We booked this hotel for it's proximity to a function we were attending.
We weren't expecting great things as we were aware of it from old and thought it might be a bit shabby. We were pleasantly surprised by the new decor, the staff were really friendly and the room we stayed in was lovely. It was clean, beautifully decorated, modern, with everything we needed. In the room was hairdryer, iron and ironing board, fresh towels and a coffee machine. We would definitely stay again and would recommend it. The rooms are above a busy pub so you might prefer not to take children but it wasn't rowdy or intimidating at all. A credit to the new management.
Formerly a much loved pub.
The Pub is due for refurbishment and in my opinion is very much in need of being renovated.
The room was overpriced with not even an arm chair in the room. The bed was reasonably comfortable but the pillows were very thin. The shower curtain was marked with damp around the bottom edge and the grouting of the tiles was stained. The overall appearance was shabby. The internet access was poor and access was achieved by ticking a box which posted comments on Facebook which gave a false impression. I was staying there alone but the facebook message stated that I was in good company, enjoying free wi fi and good food.