The Wirral refers to a peninsula characterized by the River Dee. Full descriptions of all these Wirral hotels are available on the hotel homepages. Although largely urbanized there are still some picturesque villages and some excellent views across the criss-crossing estuaries. Find cheap hotels and gueshouses in Wirral convenient for the Ness Botanical Gardens, Hilbre Island and Port Sunlight Heritage Centre. .
Thornton Hall Hotel and Spa
Neston Road, Thornton Hough Wirral Merseyside CH63 1JF
Situated in the peculiarly rustic Thornton Hough, a picture-postcard village that occupies a central position on the Wirral Peninsula, the Thornton Hall Hotel is a stylish four-star property dating back to the Victorian period. Many of the lavish furnishings that graced the original building are still intact, including the period wood carvings and the magnificent leather and mother of pearl ceiling that graces the restaurant. This is a great place for a short romantic getaway or a thoroughly ind ...
|minimum price (£):|
|maximum price (£):|
|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Thornton Hall Hotel and Spa||3.9||Wirral||63||84.00|
|Premier Inn Wirral - Childer Thornton||2.3||Ellesmere Port||31||50.00|
|Inglewood Manor Country House Hotel||3.1||Ellesmere Port||30||75.00|
|Macdonald Craxton Wood Hotel||3.6||Ellesmere Port||72||88.00|
|Mercure Little Sutton Chester North||2.5||Ellesmere Port||75||37.80|
|Village Urban Resort Wirral||4.3||Wirral||117||59.00|
|Brook Meadow Hotel||7.2||Wirral||25||55.00|
|Leasowe Castle Hotel||3.5||Wirral||44||42.00|
The Hillbark Hotel sits in a secluded location within 250 acres of stunning parkland with views across the Dee estuary across to the hills of North Wales. This magnificent Tudor-style house dates back to the mid-1900s when it was built for the soap manufacturer Robert William Hudson. This gives the Hillbark a character and a history unlike many of its rivals. The house retains many interesting period features: including a Jacobean fireplace from Sir Walter Raleigh's house, a set of William Morris stained glass windows and a pair of 13th century church screen doors. It was actually moved from its original site brick by brick in the 1900s. It's not the most affordable options but it's definitely worth a the extra money for celebrations and pamering weekends. Hotel rates from £280.00 per room.
Wirral is an area as opposed to a town, composed of a fairly eclectic range of settlements including Ellesmere Port, Ness, the delightfully named Puddington and charming rural villages like Thornton Hough. Room4U is not responsible for the contents of other sites suggested by any of these Wirral hotels. Business visitors may enjoy and hour or two unwinding at the the Victorian Pleasure Gardens and North Wirral Coastal Park. Visit the Wirral Tourist Board Website for a further reading or call the Tourist Information Centre on +44 (0) 9066 806886. Room4U takes on a number of last-minute unsold rooms we can get huge discounts on Wirral hotels and cheap bed & breakfast breaks, o DO please take advantage.