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Peel Hey Country Guest House
Frankby Road
Frankby
West Kirby

Wirral
Merseyside

CH48 1PP | View map

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Winners of B&B of the Year 2007 in the Merseyside Annual Tourism Awards, this privately owned country house offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in a peaceful, rural setting. In a quiet, tranquil setting, but just a few minutes from the M53, this award-winning guest house is located in the picturesque conservation village of Frankby, in the heart of the Wirral. The guest house is just 15 minutes' drive from Liverpool, City of Culture 2008, and only 5 minutes' drive from the Victorian seaside towns of Hoylake and West Kirby, where there are numerous restaurants and bars. Peel Hey is also conveniently located for trips to Chester.

The house was originally constructed in 1885 and the luxurious and attractive en suite rooms are individually styled, combining contemporary facilities with unique charm and character. The peaceful location and great accommodation makes Peel Hey a great place for a relaxing or romantic break.

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