Port Sunlight is a fascinating 19th century garden village situated on the east side of the beautiful Wirral Peninsula. Each of the three holiday cottages are set within picturesque scenery typical of this historic Wirral landmark.
Built by William Hesketh Lever in 1888 for his soap factory workers, Port Sunlight is now a destination hub welcoming over 350,000 visitors a year. Landscapes blended with monuments, statues and impressive architecture are what makes this village such a special place.
Each cottage is Grade II Listed and 4 star accredited by Visit England Quality Assured, offering an ideal base from which to explore the nearby vibrant cities of Liverpool and Chester. Bring your bicycle along and enjoy the 15 mile Circular Trail spanning the edge of the coastline giving you views across to North Wales, out to sea and over to Liverpool waterfront.
19th century character cottages with 21st century home comforts await you. Two cottages sleep up to six people and one cottage up to four people. Each cottage comes with clean fresh bedding, fully integrated kitchens, modern bathrooms, comfortable cosy lounges, a TV/DVD and Wi-Fi.