Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa
TripAdvisor Reviews Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa Thornton Hough
Travel Blogs from Thornton Hough
... hours in the Museum of Liverpool (free entry) which was very interesting and worthy of a longer visit. The fog cleared a little bit as we headed to Lime Street station to start the trip home via Manchester and Sheffield so it did allow us to see the mythical 'Liver Birds' atop the Liver Building overlooking the River Mersey. A return visit to the city will be had at some point as there is plenty more to see and do and maybe have a side trip to Southport ...
... Maritime Museum but have found that the city has a lot more to offer and we are looking forward to exploring it.
On another note - we have, at times, found various accents quite challenging. We were going well in Inverness until we had to have a discussion with one of the receptionists, Caroline. Her Scottish brogue was very thick - Chris managed to decifer most of it but Bruce had no idea what she was saying. Most of the young ladies in Liverpool ...
... heading in to take in the pregame atmosphere and soak up all I could of game day. The pregame rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone was even better than I had imagined and left me truly speechless. The game itself was a bit like Liverpool's season so far - promised much but at the last touch failed to deliver. It looked like Liverpool had snagged a winner in the 77th minute before ...
When first planning the trip Del made it clear that we, aaarrrr I mean I had to play a few games of golf in the UK.. After changing our plans a number of times I finally settled on games at two of the best British open courses, Royal Birkdale and Royal Lytham St Anne.
Treading the fairways where Peter Thomson, Ian Baker Finch had successfully won the open was a dream come true. Royal Birkdale was first and ...
Thornton Hough is a small village on the Wirral Peninsular, situated between two rivers, the Dee and the Mersey. This is where I spent my childhood and today Susan and I went back to the church in the village for a morning service and tea in the old hall where we had Sunday School each week. Amazingly, our Sunday ...