WallaseyCopyright Sue Adair

Wallasey is part of the Birkenhead conurbation, at the northern tip of the Wirral Peninsula, though the M53 makes for easy driving and Liverpool is a short journey via the Mersey tunnels... Read More

Hotels in Wallasey - 4 places to stay

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Hollins Hey Hotel & Restaurant

Hollins Hey Hotel & Restaurant

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This magnificent 19th century Victorian villa with sea views is set in the affluent suburb of New Brighton. The Hollins Hey is a privately owned hotel comprising of 13 en-suite double ... More

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Grove House Hotel

Grove House Hotel

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The proprietors would like to welcome you to the Grove House Hotel and Restaurant, the only 3 star hotel in Wallasey and New Brighton on the Wirral Peninsula in the ... More
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Leasowe Castle Hotel

Leasowe Castle Hotel

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Albion House B&B (1.40 miles)

Albion House B&B
Albion House is a 10 bedroom guesthouse in New Brighton, Wirral. Our rooms range from a 2 bedroom suite on the top floor with stunning views of the Irish Sea, ensuite double and family rooms ... More | visit website
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Sherwood Guest House (1.45 miles)

The Sherwood on the coast at New Brighton offers most rooms with a sea view and all rooms en suites facilities. This guest house is the perfect place for a relaxing weekend along the sea ... More | visit website
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Dunsandles Guest House (1.55 miles)

Dunsandles Guest House
Dunsandles is a Victorian guest house lovingly restored to its original standard by local interior designer and upholsterer Helen Keating. It offers 6 guest rooms, comprising of two family rooms, twin room and a further 3 ... More | visit website
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Leasowe Castle Hotel (1.55 miles)

Leasowe Castle Hotel

Leasowe Castle Hotel is an original Castle which was built 400 years ago by Ferdinand, second heir to the throne, it was converted into a hotel in 1982.

The original entrance and coat of arms, mounting ... More | visit website

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Londonderry Arms Hotel (2.45 miles)

Londonderry Arms Hotel
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Situated in the small coastal village of Carnlough on the famous Antrim Coast Road. Built in 1848 and once owned by ... More
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Arkle House (2.45 miles)

Arkle House
Family run bed and breakfast. Victorian property with mature gardens, close to shops, restaurant, pub etc. The house has wireless internet connection in all rooms, and there is also a computer for guest use. All ... More | visit website
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Old Greasby House (2.95 miles)

Old Greasby House
Old Greasby House is a Family Run Bed & Breakfast accommodation based in Upton Village, Wirral.

Old Greasby House also offers the perfect venue for small meetings, training workshops or private friends and family dinner parties.

Located ... More | visit website
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Bar Coast (2.97 miles)

Bar Coast

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Situated on Liverpool's coastal Dock Road, this small scale boutique inn endeavours to provide the best in ambience, service, entertainment & accommodation so that customers can enjoy the total coast ... More

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Waterloo Warehouse (3.01 miles)

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Ground Floor Apartment with balcony overlooking Dockside 1 Double bedroom With ensuite bathroom 1 box room plus main bathroomParking

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Derrin Guest House (3.02 miles)

Derrin Guest House
Derrin House is a beautifully appointed; award winning guest house situated in a quiet residential area close to the bustling town centre of Larne and the ferry terminal. Over the years; Derrin has won several ... More | visit website

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