Holiday Inn Express Greenock
Holiday Inn Express Greenock

Greenock is a large town that looks out across the Firth of Clyde that still brings container and even cruise ships to the port, and in times past brought the herring fleet then sugar from the West Indies, and eventually the now sadly gone era of shipbuilding... Read More

Hotels in Greenock - 4 places to stay

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Tontine Hotel

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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Holiday Inn Express Greenock

Holiday Inn Express Greenock

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Holiday Inn Express Greenock is a modern and comfortable hotel, perfect for business or leisure. Located close to Glasgow and Loch Lomond, this popular property is a great choice for a ... More

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Premier Inn Greenock

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 Hunterís 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

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Saltire House (6.24 miles)

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Cairnbaan Hotel (6.25 miles)

Cairnbaan Hotel
Welcome to Cairnbaan Hotel, a stylish, relaxed and pleasant place that has been awarded three stars and a rosette with the AA. Cairnbaan is also among only 12 Hotels given the status of Scotland's Heritage ... More | visit website
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Dhailling Lodge (6.32 miles)

Dhailling Lodge
An oasis of comfort, hospitality, good food and fine wine. Dhailling Lodge offer the perfect location for those seeking a few days solace from the hurly burly of city life, or a base from ... More | visit website

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