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Cheap Hotels in Birkenhead

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Church Road
1.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £60
(price for Tue, 28 May)

Marley Mansions Hotel

104 Egerton Park
1.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £50
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WIRRAL (BROMBOROUGH) Hotel

HIGH STREET-BROMBOROUGH CROSS-WIRRAL
4.5 Miles from the centre

Location, location, location! We're all about convenience at Premier Inn Hotel Wirral (Bromborough), in a great spot in the heart of Bromborough. And with good transport links nearby, you'll be well placed to explore business and leisure destinations such as Liverpool and New Brighton. Take a flutter at Chester Racecourse. Stroll around Port Sunlight, a charming village with over 900 Grade II listed buildings. Grab a bite in our tasty restaurant, then head out for the bright lights and vibrant nightlife of Liverpool. After a busy day, relax in your spacious room and huge, comfy bed.

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per night from £59
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Black Lions Guest House Hotel

704 -706 New Chester Road
2 Miles from the centre
per night from £61
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Shrewsbury Lodge Hotel

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230 reviews by TrustYou
31 Shrewsbury Road
1.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £68
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Hotels in Birkenhead

On the Wirral peninsula, opposite Liverpool, Birkenhead is a port town with ferry links to Belfast in Northern Ireland. It's long been a local hub for industrial growth, particularly in shipbuilding.

Birkenhead also has a rich history when it comes to culture, as WWI poet Wilfrid Owen lived here – and the Victorian park inspired the look of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City.

For a convenient and scenic stay just outside the city, Birkenhead hotels offer plenty of value. Family B&Bs, guesthouses, chain hotels and lodges can all be booked throughout the year.

Historical sights

Birkenhead has a long history of involvement with maritime industry and activities. The Ark Royal was launched from Cammel Laird Shipyards here in 1950.

Birkenhead Priory is the oldest building on Merseyside which is still standing. It's currently both a Grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument – a site of national importance. The Mersey ferry is said to have first started running from Birkenhead in 1150, shortly after the priory was built.

Shopping in Birkenhead

The Pyramids Shopping Centre can be found near to Birkenhead Central rail station. Fashion and cosmetics, toiletries and other holiday essentials are available from recognisable brand stores. Birkenhead Market is in the middle of the Pyramids, with hundreds more stalls offering souvenirs, crafts and locally sourced fresh produce.

Birkenhead is close enough to Liverpool for a day out at the Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre. It's near the rail station on the other side of the Mersey, so it's not far to carry your bags back.

Fun for kids

Take the family to Europa Pools. There are two water-flume rides, water cannons, a geyser and the ‘Beach Breakers' wave pool. Confident swimmers can have a go in the competition pool or the 25-metre training pool instead.

Food and drink

Claiming a high population and booming tourism via the ferries, Birkenhead caters to everyone with a mass of restaurants. From all-you-can-eat Chinese food to takeaway burgers and Mexican fajitas, there's something to satisfy all appetites.

Fraiche French restaurant boasts a Michelin star, and it seats just 12 people so advance bookings are essential. The Refreshment Rooms have a reputation for being family friendly, and Georgio's Fish & Chips are a local winner.

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