Cheap Hotels in Greenock
Greenock Hall's Waterfront Complex Hotel
Holiday Inn Express GREENOCK Hotel
A comfortable Greenock hotel with breakfast included, free Wi-Fi and parking, plus easy access to Glasgow. Holiday Inn Express® Greenock hotel is close to the town centre and a mile from Greenock Ocean Terminal. The hotel's Park and Cruise Package offers guests a night's accommodation and parking for up to two weeks. It's 25 minutes' drive to Glasgow city centre and 20 minutes' drive to Glasgow Airport (GLA). All guests enjoy free parking. Direct trains run to Glasgow from Greenock Central station, 12 minutes' walk away. Buses stop outside the hotel. Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is less than 25 miles away for walking and water activities. The McLean Museum and Art Gallery, including an exhibition on Greenock-born inventor James Watt, is a five-minute drive from the hotel. It's a six-mile drive to Finlaystone Country Estate's gardens and kids' adventure areas. You can host an event for up to 70 guests in the hotel's three well-equipped meeting rooms. Free Wi-Fi keeps delegates connected. Hotel guests can take advantage of discounted access to the nearby Waterfront Leisure Complex to relax after meetings. Start the day with the included Express Start Breakfast buffet, featuring scrambled eggs, beans, sausages and continental items. Enjoy an evening bar meal in the Great Room and order a whisky in the 24-hour bar with plasma-screen TV.
Castle Levan B&B Hotel
Hotels in Greenock
Situated on the south bank of the River Clyde with spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde and Central Lowlands, Greenock is a historic Scottish town with a rich heritage in the shipping industry. Today it's a major stop-off point for cruise ships visiting Clyde and Glasgow, and meets visitors' expectations by offering a range of interesting sights and activities for all ages.
A trip to Greenock would not be complete without a walk up Lyle Hill to see the panoramic views of the ‘Tail of the Bank', a well-known point of embarkation for emigrants to the Americas. At 130m above sea level, on a clear day it's possible to see the island of Arran and the Erskine Bridge.
Clyde Coast Tourism and Interclyde Tourist Group offer a range of tours exploring the local area. Both tour companies offer walking, cycling and bus tours taking in the sights of the beautiful western coast of Scotland.
Soak up some history with a visit to the McLean Museum. The museum houses collections of art, local heritage, technology and culture and is free to visit. Or how about heading to the Beacon Arts Theatre to take in one of the many productions put on throughout the year.
For young children, Funworld Leisure is one of the largest entertainment centres in Scotland and provides a vast array of indoor play activities.
The award-winning Laser Matrix and paintball at the Matilda Industrial Estate offer a great fun day out. Alternatively you might want to try The Waterfront Business Park Complex, which has a large flume and swimming area suiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION for all the family.
Why not try Bubble Soccer? You can try this new game, a cross between football and zorbing, at Greenock Sports Centre.
Food and drink
If you've just finished watching a production at the Beacon Arts Centre then you may want to sample the delights of its bar and bistro, which come highly recommended.
After a day exploring, stop by at Esplanade Café for an all-day breakfast, panini or their delicious homemade Italian ice cream to cool down in the summer months. Located in the town centre, The Exchange is a contemporary bistro and cocktail bar offering quality food in a relaxed, modern environment.
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