Holiday Inn Express Greenock
Holiday Inn Express Greenock


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Tel code: 01475 | code search
Postcode: PA15 | code search
Population: 71700
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Birthplace of:
James Watt Richard Wilson Bill Bryden James Guthrie William Kidd MacGregor Laird Hamish MacCunn William Scott
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Holiday Inn Express Greenock
"Good Points: Friendly, helpful staff. Good location. Clean room and hotel. Bad Points: Needed air conditioning in bedrooms. Too hot with windows closed, but disturbed by traffic noise ..." More

Holiday Inn Express Greenock
"Good Points: Clean easy to find, breakfast included. Bad Points: 1 x Broken plug socket in room, Desk lamp only operates when main light is on!!! Rather frustrating when trying to ..." More

Cornalees Bridge Visitors Centre
"Thank you Peter, John, Ritchie and Paul for giving my class such an enjoyable and memorable day. They loved the time spent looking for creatures on the shore and were ..." More

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Sitting on the Tail of the Bank, 22 miles downstream of Glasgow where the River Clyde widens into the Firth of Clyde, Greenock could be considered the larger, brawnier industrial cousin of its western neighbour Gourock. Like many of the towns in the Inverclyde region, Greenock’s past was shaped by the Clyde; it brought the town wealth and industry. From humble origins as a 16th Century fishing port, Greenock was on the map soon after the 1707 Act of Union. With the Union of the Three Kingdom’s, Greenock’s importance was swollen by international trade from Britain’s colonies across the Atlantic. Imported from the Caribbean, sugar was the cash crop, and Greenock was now the United Kingdom’s most important port on the West Coast. Greenock’s maritime history, intertwined with that of the sugar trade and the herring fleet, is reflected in its coat of arms: emblazoned with the motto, ‘God Speed Gourock’, it depicts a sailing ship alongside barrels of sugar and herring. It wasn’t long before the River Clyde’s expanding shipbuilding empire would spill over from Glasgow, and Greenock’s post-war vistas became dominated by the shipyard’s cranes. Less than an hour from Glasgow, Greenock in many ways is culturally similar – it has had the same challenges, that of the decline in heavy industries, and a rise in the service sector. It’s port is still used; the Clydeport Container Terminal is regularly serviced by cruise ships heading to and from Britain’s ports, stopping off before heading across the cobalt expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. Greenock’s maritime history is narrated at Greenock’s Custom House Quay, where Greenock Custom House building, designed by William Burn in 1818, is now home to a customs and excise museum. James Watt, one of the Industrial Revolution’s most pioneering engineers, is arguably Greenock’s most famous natives, and lends his name to the town’s college.


Anderson Macphie & Murray
Henderson & Co Chartered Accountants
Newton Maxwell & Co


Cornalees Bridge Visitors Centre


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Care Home

Balclutha Court


Word Up


Inverclyde Council


Dental Surgery
The Dental Surgery


The Surgery

Estate Agent

Inverclyde Solicitors Estate Agency
Neill Clerk
WW & J McClure

Farmers Market

Greenock Farmers Market

Golf Club

Greenock Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Broomhill Bar
Hole In The Wall

Overdraught Bar
Whistlers Tavern


Caravelha’s Restaurant
Cathay Royale
China Garden
Lindores Manor Restaurant
Restaurant Arlecchino


Ardgowan Primary School
Cedars School of Excellence
Greenock High School
Oakfield Primary School


Bleir & Bryden
Inverclyde Solicitors Estate Agency


A B C Central Taxis
Inverclyde Taxis Ltd


Abbey Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Greenock CC (Cricket)
Greenock Morton Football Club (Football)
Royal West of Scotland Boat Club (Rowing)


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Acorn Pet Centres
All Pets
One Union Hairspa
Balloon Magic Creations
Lingerie n Lace
James Carswell
W Aitchison
Fayre Trade Limited

Places to Stay near Greenock

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Tontine Hotel (0.27 miles)

Tontine Hotel

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The Tontine Hotel, Greenock's Premier Hotel, is a place to stay for a holiday or as a venue for a Wedding/Conference. There is no doubt this is a fabulous hotel,with ... More

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Premier Inn Greenock (1.43 miles)

Premier Inn Greenock
Just off the A8, alongside the waterfront on the site of a former shipyard, this hotel boasts excellent views of the River Clyde. Conveniently located for Cartsdyke train station, enabling easy access to Glasgow. For ... More | visit website
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The County Lodge Hotel (3.84 miles)

The County Lodge Hotel
The County Lodge Hotel is not far from breathtaking views of the Helensburgh seafront, our hotel is only a 10 minute drive away from Rhu Marina. If you are planning to visit family or friends ... More | visit website
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The County Hotel (3.84 miles)

The County Hotel
The town of Helensburgh is 20 miles west of Glasgow and 15 miles from Glasgow Airport. (40 mins drive). The town and the hotel are an ideal location for visitors to Glasgow, Loch Lomond and ... More | visit website
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Ardencaple Hotel (4.37 miles)

Ardencaple Hotel

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Located in the picturesque setting of Rhu near Helensburgh, and overlooking the east side of Gareloch, this hotel assures a traditional warm and friendly Scottish welcome. Rooms are fully en suite and ... More

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Rosslea Hall Country House Hotel (4.73 miles)

Rosslea Hall Country House Hotel

Built in 1849 by merchant businessman Daniel Walkinshaw, Rosslea Hall retains much of its traditional charm whilst also offering the modern day facilities that you would naturally expect to find.
The much loved garden offers a ... More | visit website

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Kip Marina Apartments (5.14 miles)

Kip Marina Apartments

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This stunning new waterfront development offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments which combine the convenience of self-catering with the luxury of a fine hotel. Each apartment is generously proportioned ... More

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Enmore Hotel (5.91 miles)

Enmore Hotel

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The Enmore Hotel is a small intimate quality establishment handled by a dedicated and qualified management team.
The hotel's ambience is very special with open fires, candlelight and flowers in the ... More

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Hafton Castle (6.08 miles)

Hafton Castle

Hafton Castle is a magnificent building located in Hunter’s Quay, just outside Dunoon with sea views. The Castle is set in its own delightful gardens and has a large heated indoor swimming pool. ... More | visit website


Saltire House (6.24 miles)

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