The Shippon, Saughall Massie, Wirral, Merseyside
The Shippon is ideally located for exploring the Wirral area with its many beautiful coastal walks and fantastic scenery. Our holiday accommodation can be found at Saughall Massie in Merseyside.
There is excellent golfing with the Royal Liverpool Open course at Hoylake close by and benefits from inclusive fishing on a small private lake 300 yards from the cottage. Excellent village pub/restaurant. Fine dining in nearby restaurants and hotels.
Quality accommodation sleeps 5/7 converted from 200 year old stone barn.
Small courtyard setting in its own private, enclosed gardens.
With full double glazing, gas central heating and cosy wood burner, The Shippon is ideal for a holiday any time of the year.
Large kitchen dining room. The oak kitchen with granite worktops is fully equipped including washer/dryer, full size electric oven/grill, five ring gas hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, coffee maker etc.
Cosy lounge with wood burning fire and beamed ceiling. Underfloor heating keeps the sandstone floor warm underfoot. TV, video and selection of videos and CDs, games etc for entertainment.
2 double bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom and walk in wardrobe.
1 single bedroom.
Double sofa bed in living room.
2 luxurious bathrooms with solid granite tiled floors and walls with showers.
Off road parking.
Well behaved pets are welcome by prior arrangement.
All bed linen provided at no extra cost.
Welcoming tea, coffee, milk, and sugar ensure a good start to your holiday and often there are little extras such as our own free-range eggs when available.
Available for week long or short breaks depending on availability.
Wirral is a peninsula of parks and gardens, sandy beaches, stunning sunsets and picturesque villages. Whether you are keen on sports, enjoy drama and music or simply prefer a picnic in the park - there is absolutely something for everyone to enjoy while in Wirral. With such an abundance of heritage and culture, Wirral has many hidden treasures dating back from as early as the Stone age, to when Vikings and Romans roamed Wirral's countryside. Here begins a magical history tour of Wirral's rich, ancient and maritime heritage that continues through a wealth of fascinating legacies to excite and enchant.
Proof of Wirral's strong maritime heritage is unmistakable throughout its long coastline, which borders Wirral on three sides and is one of the United Kingdom's most highly protected wildlife resources. Experience for yourself our miles of sandy beaches and windswept coastline as you take in the traditions and beauty of the seaside.
Please visit our website to find out more about our pet friendly accommodation in Wirral.
3 Star Visit England.
Telephone: 07753 807611
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 5