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Tree Tops
Southport Old Road
Formby

Liverpool
Merseyside

L37 0AB | View map
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For business or pleasure, Tee Tops is unique in the area. Here you will find accommodation in delightful lodges in five acres of wooded grounds. Each lodge is beautifully appointed with every facility for our guests' convenience.

With you in mind we have created a restaurant and conservatory dining experience with top class cuisine served in a relaxing and informal manner by our friendly and efficient staff. Table d'hote or a la carte, from succulent steaks to whole Dover sole...the choice is yours.

A snack menu is also available during the day...and if you wish during the summer months this may be served on the lawn and swimming pool patio areas.

Weddings, christenings, anniversaries and sporting events including golf, shoots etc. are a speciality of the house. In addition to our elegant public rooms we have a permanent marquee with provides a splendid function suite, and the Hotel is also licensed to perform civil wedding ceremonies.

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Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11
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Name: Tree Tops
Cuisine: English
Chef: David Oaks

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