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Not quite as good as we were hoping for. Staff delightful. Starters good. However we were told roast beef would be a little bit pink and it was as well done as you could get it. Roast lamb was sort of ok but I wouldn’t...More
Staff very helpful in arranging a surprise meal for an elderly relative. The food was superb and the atmosphere friendly. The choice of desserts was amazing and I would have loved to pick more than one. Will have to go back!
Just celebrated our golden wedding at this hotel. Could not thank them enough for the presentation and nothing was too much trouble with Bruno getting a special mention. The room was excellent as was the food and without exception everyone enjoyed a very special evening.
Good venues for a traditional Sunday lunch in the Wirral area, at a realistic price, I believe are few and far between. Today I and two guests tried Grove House, I was most impressed. The location has a very comfortable atmosphere with a pleasant seating...More
Response from mrburngrove, Owner at The Grove House Hotel and RestaurantResponded October 9, 2018
Thank you very much for taking the time to review the restaurant, we very much appreciate your comments We are very pleased to see that the quality of your meal was first class meal, hope to see you very soon.
We visited as a big family group for Mum's Birthday meal. The staff couldn't have been friendlier. They have a really nice bar area to sit in to meet and drink bubbly. We had been travelling all day so it was really good to feel...More
Response from deereleap | Reviewed this property |
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.