The Wirral is a peninsula with the Dee and Wales to one side and the Mersey and Liverpool the other, and of course Chester nearby. The eastern side tends to be industrial, the western far quieter and with some lovely places like Hoylake...
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Hotels in Wirral - 14 places to stay
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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.
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Nestling amid 250 acres of parkland in the heart of the beautiful Wirral peninsula, this magnificent Grade II listed hotel boasts genuine luxury and a fascinating history.
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In 38 acres of peaceful grounds, just 15 minutes from Chester, this beautifully preserved Edwardian manor has a fantastic restaurant, free Wi-Fi, a log fire and charming individually decorated rooms.
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Whether your stay is for business or for leisure welcome to more than just a hotel, welcome to Village Wirral. Comfortable bedrooms, state of the art Health and Fitness Club, fantastic restaurant, great pub, Healthworks ... More
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Thornton Hall Hotel
Nestled amidst attractive gardens in the beautiful Wirral countryside, this 19th century mansion provides an oasis of peace and tranquillity, yet it is conveniently located for both Chester and Liverpool.
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