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Went for a birthday celebration with the family, the staff where very friendly and the service was great. But the food was a real let down, the summer salad was very small, a few bits of salad about 6 butter beans and a radish, nothing...More
It was just a simple overnight stay so didn't try the restaurant or have breakfast. What stood out was the excellent customer service. The staff are all very friendly and chatty.
The room was nice and clean and the bed very comfy. If I needed...More
Stayed for a family wedding nearby. Excellent staff, very helpful on reception, all smiling and attentive.
Didn’t eat at hotel due to wedding. Very clean and well equipped room. Iron and ironing board in wardrobe along with safe. Good tea, coffee facilities and water provided...More
Went with family and friends on a Saturday evening two weeks ago for a celebration engagement dinner .I cannot praise the owner Nick and his wonderful staff from when we arrived to when we left we were treated fantastically .nothing was to much trouble the...More
Just had one night with our two little dogs, what can I say it was brilliant from arriving to leaving. We had a room on the first floor which was bright and airy with plenty of space and lovely and clean, the bed was nice...More
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I grew up in Wallasey and lived there for 25 years. Although it is feasible to walk along the promenade all the way to the ferry at Seacombe it is a long way and really too far to walk. Local buses are fairly infrequent now... More
I grew up in Wallasey and lived there for 25 years. Although it is feasible to walk along the promenade all the way to the ferry at Seacombe it is a long way and really too far to walk. Local buses are fairly infrequent now. If you have a car it is an easy drive. The ferry trip is lovely, but do check the times. Early in the morning they go straight over to Liverpool and back. Later in the day they go via Birkenhead which is less convenient.