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Address: Hooton Road, Eastham, CH661QU

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Woodcote House has individual, colourful rooms with great showers, and boasts a fantastic location for exploring Liverpool or Chester. Hooton Train Station is a 10-minute walk away and has frequent services to Liverpool and Chester. The M53 is just 2 minutes away. Woodcote provides great access to Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port, The Boat Museum, North Wales and the beautiful Wirral Peninsula. The Woodcote House Hotel is newly refurbished to a very high standard. All rooms have en suite superb showers and flat-screen TVs, and most have king-size beds.

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Bromborough Golf Club - Wirral - Golf

Bromborough Golf Club - Wirral - Golf

Distance 1.87 miles (2.99 km)
Located at the heart of the English Golf Riviera, Bromborough is considered by many to be the best park land course on the Wirral Peninsula. It is a challenging 18 hole course, offering the exquisite views and peaceful surroundings of rural Wirral. Playing from any of the tees provides a challenge for any standard of golfer. The full championship course measuring a total of 6547 yards and a par of 72 (SSI 72). The clubhouse with its comfortable surroundings, excellent catering and bar facilities is a perfect place to relax after a full day's golf.

The Boat Museum - Ellesmere Port - Museum

The Boat Museum - Ellesmere Port - Museum

Distance 2.97 miles (4.75 km)
This multiple and international award winning museum is a must for all canal-lovers as well as being of great interest to the whole family. You may spend the day wandering freely around the old dockyard and go aboard many of its preserved working boats to see how the old navigators of Britain's Inland Waterways lived and worked. Or else there are guided tours and demonstrations taking place frequently throughout the day. There are over 60 boats and ships afloat, as well as standing boats, and these include narrow and wide beam boats, barges, tugs, icebreakers, wooden, steel and concrete boats. You can see many being restored and watch the blacksmith at work, or visit the engine house where many great steam and diesel engines are preserved in running order.

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate - Liverpool - Historical Houses

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate - Liverpool - Historical Houses

Distance 4.45 miles (7.12 km)
One of the most famous half timbered houses in Britain, now owned by the National Trust. Dates from 15th Century and spans many periods, plus gardens and woodland walks. The atmospheric interior of this rambling house spans many periods, its Great Hall and priest hole date from Tudor times, while the Oak Parlour and smaller rooms, some with William Morris wallpapers, show the Victorian desire for privacy and comfort. There is also fine Jacobean plasterwork and intricately carved furniture. A fully equipped Victorian kitchen and servants hall enable visitors to see 'behind the scenes'. The restored garden, and there are woodland walks and magnificent views of the Mersey basin and North Wales hills from The Bund a high bank. Home farm, a 5 minute walk from Speke Hall, is a model Victorian farm building, restored and offers estate walks, children's play area and orchard.