This Trafford hotel has been lovingly refurbished – and is now home to a top steakhouse

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The Historic Trafford Hall Hotel has recently undergone a loving refurbishment, showcasing boutique style accommodation alongside a renovated bar and restaurant.  

It’s stone’s throw from Trafford Bar tram stop, on the border of Manchester and Trafford, and the Lancashire County Cricket Club and Old Trafford are within a 10 minute walk from the hotel. 

The Lowry theatre and shopping centre, the Imperial War Museum, the Trafford Centre, the Etihad Stadium and Heaton Park are all within easy reach, too. 

The hotel is also home to the Signature Steakhouse restaurant, which opened on 14th February and uses top quality produce from award winning Farmison’s butchers. 

Specialising in 100% grass-fed heritage breed herds, reared naturally to roam the fells of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria, Farmison are masters of dry aging meat on the bone. 

They supply some of the country’s top restaurants, including chef Tommy Banks and London’s Tate and The Ivy restaurants.

The 32-day aged heritage beef at Signature Steakhouse includes all your favourite cuts, starting from £16 and including triple cooked chips.

There’s sirloin, rump and ribeye as well as fillet and flat iron – or, for bigger appetites, a juicy 14oz T-bone.

There’s also a steak salad with purple carrot with chilli, beansprout, lemongrass, and cilantro, and a range of burgers.

And vegetarians and vegans are catered for, too, with a range of seitan steaks and burgers as well as a vegan bearnaise sauce.

Tempted? Steak lovers in Manchester can take advantage of their launch offer, which gives you an incredible 30% off all steaks up until 30th April 2020. Pick from a range of signature steaks, served with sides and sauces of your choice.

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