Rents are on the higher side of average here but as one of the well established south Manchester suburbs, prices are still reasonable. Didsbury is more expensive than West Didsbury but both offer a great sense of community, safe neighbourhoods, good schools and plenty of cafes, shops, bars and restaurants as well as excellent transport links.


The Deli, Hispi, The Botanist and (of course) Nando’s are some of the favourites in the village and up the road in West Didsbury is the well-loved Albert’s. If pubs are your thing, Didsbury’s your place. From Ye Olde Cock Inn and The Metropolitan (‘The Met’) to smaller, more traditional but just as packed pubs you’ll be sure to find at least one you like.


With everything it offers, it’s no surprise Didsbury is ever popular with just about anyone.


Didsbury Park is a community park in the current village centre, with a football pitch, bowls area and play area


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