Good Hotel Guide Review
Within a dell of mature trees, this relaxed Edwardian country house B&B invites visitors to the Wirral peninsula. Lorna Tyson and her husband, Donald, a farmer, have a laid-back approach – ‘no notices/rules anywhere!’ Unfussy yet pretty bedrooms occupy the original building and a converted coach house; individually decorated, they overlook the garden or countryside. Both buildings have their own lounge and a residents’ kitchen stocked with home-made cakes, snacks and hot drinks (home-made ready meals are available for re-heating). Come morning, the conservatory provides a breakfast of super-local ingredients including honey from the garden beehives; milk from the Tysons’ dairy cows; apple juice from orchard fruit.
Thornton Common Road
8. 4 in main house on first floor, 4 in coach house (3 on ground floor).
all year, limited availability over Christmas, New Year.
3 lounges, conservatory, dining room, guest kitchens, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), wedding/function facilities, 1-acre garden in 4-acre grounds.
all ages welcomed.
assistance dogs only.
per room B&B £75–£130.
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