Old Greasby House is a Family Run Bed & Breakfast accommodation based in Upton Village, Wirral.
Offering comfortable en suite guest rooms, an inviting lounge, and traditional home from home atmosphere.
Old Greasby House also offers the perfect venue for small meetings, training workshops or private friends and family dinner parties.
Located in the picturesque village of Upton and set in the heart of the Wirral peninsular, we are conveniently located for Liverpool and Chester and just minutes from the M53 motorway, making us an ideal touring base for Wirral, Liverpool and Chester. We are 5 mins drive from Arrowe Park Hospital.
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Tel: 0151 606 8733
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All en-suite bedrooms have been individually styled and combine modern facilities with individual character and include all amenities that the discerning traveller would expect, with daily housekeeping included in our rates.
The local area offers a wealth of cultural and historical places to visit and explore but is also known as 'The Leisure Peninsular' boasting 14 Golf courses including Hoylake, the Open Championship venue for 2006 and 2014.
Whether on business, visiting relatives, attending a wedding, golfing, sailing, walking, birdwatching or just enjoying the leisure peninsular, you can be assured of a very warm welcome at Old Greasby House.
We look forward to welcoming you At Old Greasby House!
Practical Business Planning Workshops are held once a month at Old Greasby House. Cost £75.
For anyone looking to start up a business or expand an existing one.
Workshops are delivered by qualified, experienced Business Advisors who are and have been self employed for many years.
"To Jan & Ian Just a quick note to say thanks for letting us stay. Hope you do ever so well with the B & B. Sure you will as it is lovely.
Elaine, Eddie & Emilee (first guests) from Newcastle"
"A great big thanx for having us in your fantastic home, Great Room, Great Couple, Great Family, Great Brecky.
Thank you so much Richie & Mo" (Liverpool)