With victory in 2007, the guest house has now won the Bed and Breakfast of the Year Award in the Merseyside Annual Tourism Awards for 3 years running. In addition, Peel Hey also boasts a 4-star Silver Award 2007 from the English Tourism Council and features in the Which Best Bed & Breakfast Guide and the Michelin Red Guide. The guest house also holds a Silver Award from the Green Tourism Business Council for its efforts to conserve energy and protect the environment.
Located in Frankby and set in the heart of the Wirral peninsular, Peel Hey has beautiful views across open countryside towards the coast. The house is within easy walking distance of the local pub and the village is a welcome retreat away from the busy towns. However, the convenient location means that both Liverpool and Chester are within easy reach and junctions 2 and 3 of the M53 are just minutes away.
Whether you are visiting the area on business, calling in on relatives, attending a wedding, golfing, sailing, walking, bird watching or just enjoying a well-earned break, you can be assured of a very warm welcome at Peel Hey, where the staff endeavour to offer the highest level of service and quality.
There is a guests’ lounge and the delightful south-facing dining room looks out over the garden, the paddocks and the fields beyond. The bedrooms offer far-reaching views stretching away across Liverpool Bay. On a clear day, you can even see Blackpool Tower. The addition of the Victorian conservatory in 2007 has greatly enhanced the house and the conservatory provides the perfect place to relax and unwind after a hard day’s work or a long day spent exploring the region.