Woodcote House is a Hotel on the Wirral close to Liverpool and Chester


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Warrington Hotels

The proximity of towns and cities in the North West of the UK provides the ideal opportunity for visitors to access the area and to boost several different economies at the same time. When in search of Warrington hotels, tourists or businesspeople may find that they are able to make up for lack of availability in a particular area by searching for hotels in any of the neighbouring locations. Here at Woodcote House, we are conveniently located for easy access to destinations such as Liverpool, Birkenhead, Warrington and the Wirral, so that people in need of a place to stay have a variety of choices.

An area of high culture and natural beauty

Warrington hotels have traditionally benefited from the footfall created by visitors to the many high culture attractions that the area has to offer. However, it also enjoys custom from those who are staying nearby. Excellent transport links to the surrounding areas mean that even if people aren’t staying in the town itself, they can choose to visit other areas while staying in Warrington. Hotels are increasingly becoming aware of the diversity of their clientele in terms of meeting their needs and their wishes for visiting the area.

The North West of England, while traditionally being associated with heavy industry, is also an area of great natural beauty, with the Wirral peninsula providing some of the finest scenic views in the country. With the cultural influence of nearby conurbations such as Liverpool and Manchester, and the historical fingerprints of towns like Chester and Warrington, hotels in the area frequently welcome guests from all over the UK as well as further afield, as people flock to the area to enjoy the richness of the region.

Excellent transport links

With a proud tradition of sporting achievements, particularly in rugby, Warrington frequently welcomes travelling fans in need of a place to rest after an afternoon or evening of cheering on their heroes. The Halliwell Jones stadium, for example, regularly attracts more than 10,000 fans to support the town’s rugby league team, Warrington Wolves.

The convenient transport links between the cities, on both road and rail, allow for easy access for these fans, tourists and business commuters alike. Businesses seeking to diversify their reach into the local area can take advantage of meeting facilities in Liverpool as well as conferencing facilities in Warrington hotels. Tourists can soak in the culture of Chester or walk through the countryside of the Wirral and still find a convenient place to return to at the end of a long day.

So, whatever the reason for your visit to the area, whether tourism has you browsing the old-fashioned shops of Chester, the high culture of Warrington or networking and conferencing with clients for your business takes you to Liverpool itself, you may benefit from a hotel that is well placed for access to all of them. Call us at Woodcote House today to discuss what we can offer you and to book your next stay.

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  January - March 2014 menu now available, go to Restaurant tab and see our new menu

 The Woodcote restaurant is open for non residents, we have  recieved great reviews on trip advisor for the restaurant and hotel. We are that hidden gem that you have been looking for! We can also offer a great special menu where you and you guest can recieve two courses each, glass of house wine or soft drink each and a cup of tea or coffee! all for £30.00 only!!

So come on in and see what everyone raving about!



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