Bebington Hotel located at Town Ln, Bebington, Wirral CH63 5JG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 645 0608

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Brekky Ninja

5 Google Rating

Booked for me by my work. I always give 5 stars. Greeted with a warm friendly welcome. Clean comfort

5/ 5

Booked for me by my work. I always give 5 stars. Greeted with a warm friendly welcome. Clean comfortable room with en-suite. The usual tea and coffee making facilities in the room. I had the veggie breakfast. This was all the full English components less the bacon and sausage. I was given extra to make up for it though. Nice, clean friendly place to stay. Recommended. Important context: My experience was a 1 night stay and does not represent this establishment in it's entirety. No-one in hospitality sets out to provide a poor experience. Anyone can have an off day

Gareth Edmunds

5 Google Rating

Great facilities and fantastic friendly staff. 5***** service. Highly recommended

5/ 5

Great facilities and fantastic friendly staff. 5***** service. Highly recommended

PeteM 1

5 Google Rating

Lovely guesthouse, very friendly, all room ensuite, great full English breakfast.. Handy for the

5/ 5

Lovely guesthouse, very friendly, all room ensuite, great full English breakfast.. Handy for the railway station.

Martin Lewis

5 Google Rating

Lovely hosts, clean well kept room, bed a delight to sleep on, very pleased

5/ 5

Lovely hosts, clean well kept room, bed a delight to sleep on, very pleased

Steve Glister

4 Google Rating

Stayed here in February and will hopefully get to stay again in the future. Family run hotel. Warm a

4/ 5

Stayed here in February and will hopefully get to stay again in the future. Family run hotel. Warm and friendly. Room very clean and tidy. Sensibly priced Unfortunately due to Covid restrictions, normal breakfast service wasn't available, but I was still offered a room service hot breakfast sandwich (nice touch).

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