Premier Inn Greenock Hotel

Address: 1-3 James Watt Way, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland, PA15 2AD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-3 James Watt Way, Greenock, is near Newark Castle and Barnhill.
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          Travel Blogs from Greenock

          Volcanic Cruise Day 12

          A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 17, 2014

          1 comment

          ... and sword of the ancient monarchy but the Stone of Scone, where kings sat to be crowned, has been taken to London where it still serves the same purpose. You can still see the apartments of Mary Queen of Scots where her son James was born. Outside the Castle is a broad Esplanade where pipers thrill spectators at the yearly Edinburgh Tattoo. Beyond the Esplanade isa a downhill route called the Royal Mile into the heart of the Old Town. There are ...

          Inveraray Castle & Loch Lomond Tour

          A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Sep 17, 2014

          32 photos

          Today we are going on a shore excursion with princess so a relative early start. I should point out that if I have to get out of bed before 7 …its early. Particularly when they take away an extra hour that I could have slept ( we changed Time zones again and had 1 hour less). Even though I've been out of bed and ready to go, Geoff has spent the last hour trying to wake me up. Then he tells me to have my tablets. So does he want me awake or asleep? ...

          Greenock (Glasgow), Scotland

          A travel blog entry by mreasier on Sep 17, 2014


          Greenock is the port city for Glasgow. It used to be a major shipbuilding city with about 40 companies but all but two of them have had to close. We spent the day touring the Scottish Highlands with 14 other Cruise Critic members. Out driver/guide, Garry, is a Greenock native and showed great pride in being a Scot. He wore a kilt but he said it was not just for our sake – he prefers to wear it instead of pants. ...

          Cakes, Colouring and Cats and Dogs.

          A travel blog entry by naomithinksit on Jul 25, 2014

          Saturday was the day of driving. We popped home and I repacked all my bags, then it was off to my great aunt and uncles for afternoon tea. There was cake and the twins pulled out some strawberry shortcake colouring books so that was about an hour of entertainment, the girls were extremely proud of themselves for colouring inside the lines, apparently that's an ...

          Scotland State of Mind

          A travel blog entry by kathmom on Jun 24, 2014

          3 comments, 15 photos

          The day started drizzly, looks like the sun has left for awhile. Paid for brunch and internet in the room at the Marriott Hotel, a pretty busy business place next to the Metrocentre, biggest shopping mall in Europe. We didn't go to the mall and didn't go into Newcastle to see one of the many famous bridges over the Tyne, because we had a ways to go west to Greenock, a Scottish shipping port. First stop: Hadrian's Wall, built in the early ...