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191 Victoria Rd, New Brighton,, Wallasey, CH45 0JY – Show map
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Golf course (within 3 km)
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Heating, Non-smoking throughout
14:00 - 23:00 hours
Until 12:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 7.50 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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This Premier Inn is less than half a mile from John Lennon Airport and 1.5 miles from Liverpool South Parkway train station. It offers air-conditioned rooms, free parking and a restaurant.
Score from 288 reviews Fabulous
Situated just a 10-minute drive from the city centre of Liverpool, The Wellington Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation and a relaxed bar and grill restaurant.
Score from 175 reviews Superb
Situated in Bromborough, The Dibbinsdale Inn is in the Wirral. This charming traditional inn offers ample free parking, a Pesto restaurant and a range of real ales, wines, and spirits.
Score from 120 reviews Very good
The Village Urban Resort Wirral is an ideal spot from which to discover the Wirral Peninsular, North Wales and the North West of England.
Score from 233 reviews Good
The room was spacious, the bed comfortable and the room had a sea view over the houses.
Having to pay extra for breakfast. The 'continental' breakfast was just cereal, fruit and toast - not what I would classify a continental breakfast - no croissant, rolls etc. and it was quite expensive for what it was. Had I looked around the area I would have spotted a Morrisons and a weather spoons down by the beach just ten minutes walk away which would have provided much better value. The hotel was very nice but a bit tired and would benefit from a bit of TLC. A bit hidden away - not easy to find if you don't have satnav.
The manager was lovely. Beautiful old house with original features and character. Only a short, pleasant walk to the prom.
wait for reception
Location, staff and food.
Standard of room and fittings very tired looking and updating
The accommodations where brilliant the room was nice and tidy, the staff where friendly and very helpful and the overall decor of the hotel was wonderfully old fashioned and very charming, it had a nice a peaceful bar area aswel as dining facilities overall I would highly recommend this hotel and would like to go there again someday as it provided an excellent stay.
Very nice hotel which has retained its original character and fixtures. Very good room with excellent bed and a sea view as well. Great location with local trains to Liverpool very close by. Friendly staff, very good value for money and a great base to explore the Wirral and Liverpool.
Room clean and comfortable. Ideal location for travelling to football stadium. Good value for money. Would return
the location, friendly staff good food
Extremely courteous and helpful owner. Fabulous room with four poster and huge wardrobe. Big room and modern bathroom. Didn't eat here, so can't comment. Would recommend as long as you not wanting a budget hotel.
Small car park, full of wedding party. TV a bit far away from bed.
Friendly owner,Good well cooked breakfast and good location to walk to the front. Nice room
Very personal welcome from Owner - great host. Room extremely clean with modern functional bathroom!
It's a nice old property unspoiled and unrestored with far reaching views of the Mersey estuary. Ian the Manager provided a personal old-school service. It's olde worlde and non the worse for it.
It's gamely hanging on but it's tired and would benefit from a sensitive upgrade without ruining the character. But the lack of investment shows. The pillows are lifeless and the toilet seats are flimsy plastic; blankets and sheets are simply unacceptable.
Proximity to station Great breakfast Friendly staff
Nothing to dislike
Location to new development
No wifi, dated decor, bathroom
The hotel was convenient, quiet, friendly, clean and homely. Parking was great and the views from our room were good too. We had a lovely stay.
There was no lift so access to 1st floor may be tricky for disabled.
The location suited us. This is a old style traditional hotel in which the owner plays a big role in welcoming and servicing the needs of his guests. The rooms have been upgraded with good ensuites.
Being picky there could have been a little more drawer storage in the bedrooms but this would have detracted from the traditional furniture style
very welcoming staff, nothing too much trouble, very "downton Abbey"...
Food was excellent
Took ages to get hot water to run bath
Would highly recommend this hotel and I would deffinately return.
There was nothing I didn't like.
Four. Poster bed
A little faded decor and furnishings but comfy and very English hotel.
Location was good for amenities in new Brighton. Had a good view from the hotel room window looking out to sea. hotel staff where helpful. Would stay there again. Was handy for the railway station too.
Breakfast, shower, bed, bedroom adequate for an overnight stay. The General Manager has excellent customer awareness and is deserving of better premises.
View from bedroom window (overlook building site), general lack of maintenance of hotel décor and standard of cleanliness. Would not say £102 for B&B was cheap as Hollins Hey is not marketed as a budget Hotel but having been a guest there I would certainly place it in the budget range.
GOOD PRICE AND NEAR STATION
Location and breakfast.
Bed was double but asked for a king. Hard with shallow hard pillows. Did not sleep and rose with headaches. No real facilities for tea and coffee. No sweetener, no decaf, milk off, no space to brew drinks. No comfort in room, settee would have been nice or easy chair in room. View awful from room one. Hotel not recommended.
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