About Suite Dreams Bury

Luxury rooms in the heart of Bury town centre, with a complimentary breakfast.


Feel staying,
like your own home

At around 359sqft, Side B offers you plenty of space. The suite has been individually designed and perfectly formed with comfort and style in mind. With king size double pock sprung mattresses, a variety of pillows and motorised blackout blinds, you're sure to have a comfortable nights sleep.Side B also offers an intimate and cosy lounge area, featuring a sofa-bed (well suited for children) and other useful amenities including coffee machine, kettle, microwave, mini-fridge and safe.

Please note: this accommodation is above a record and coffee shop. Your choice of breakfast is included for up to 2 guests in the shop the following morning.


History of Bury

Bury is a market town on the River Irwell in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, Greater Manchester, England. which had a population of 81,101 in 2021 while the wider borough had a population of 193,846.

The town is within the historic county boundaries of Lancashire. It emerged in the Industrial Revolution as a mill town manufacturing textiles. The town is known for the open-air Bury Market and black pudding, the traditional local dish.

Sir Robert Peel was born in the town. Peel was a Prime Minister of the United Kingdom who founded the Metropolitan Police and the Conservative Party. A memorial and monument for Peel, the former stands outside Bury Parish church and the latter overlooks the borough on Holcombe Hill. The town is 5 miles (8 km) east of Bolton, 6 miles (9.7 km) south-west of Rochdale and 8 miles (12.9 km) north-west of Manchester.



Louise Jackson and Ben Soothill