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Greenock hotel Just off the A8, alongside the waterfront on the site of a former shipyard, this hotel boasts excellent views of the River Clyde.

Conveniently located for Cartsdyke train station, enabling easy access to Glasgow. For shops and local amenities Greenock town centre is within walking distance.

Our Greenock Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and an onsite Table Table restaurant for a fresh new twist on eating out.

Premier Inn Greenock Accommodation

Premier Inn is the UK's biggest hotel chain, meaning we have more hotels in more places making it easier for you to stay away from home. At Premier Inn, we provide spacious, clean and comfortable en suite rooms and friendly service that'll make you feel right at home. We have 22 Double rooms, 8 Multiple-bedded rooms and 10 Twin rooms.

At all of our hotels you'll find a good quality restaurant serving a variety of tasty food at great prices, and why not wake up refreshed from a great night's sleep and enjoy our Premier Breakfast where you can eat as much as you like from our cooked and continental selection - and don't forget children under 16 eat breakfast free.

At Premier Inn it really matters to us that you enjoy your stay, that's why with our unique Good Night Guarantee we guarantee everything you need for a good night.

· Fax/Email Facilities
· Open To Non Residents
· Prior Booking Recommended
· Public Toilet Facilities

Additional Facilities
· Bed Linen Provided
· Central Heating Throughout Property
· Children Welcome
· Electric Central Heating
· Electric Shaver Point
· Extra Linen On Request
· Hair Dryer In Room
· Iron and Ironing Facilities
· Linen & Towels Supplied
· Mains Electricity
· Parking
· Sea/Loch View
· TV In Room
· Vegetarian
· Z Bed available on request

Suitable for
· Business Travelers
· Disabled Citizens
· Families
· Groups
· Non smokers
· Senior Citizens
· Single Travelers
· Singles
· Unit suitable for the Disabled
· Young People

Children and Infants
· Children Welcome
· Highchair Available
· Baby Changing Facilities Available
· Children's Menu Available
· Cot Available

· No Pets Allowed

· Xmas/New Year Packages
· Weekend Breaks
· Staffed
· Short Breaks
· Public Toilets
· Lifts
· Historical Interest (e.g. famous birth places)
· First Aid available

Disabled Facilities
· Level Access
· Ramp Access
· Wheelchair Assisted Access
· Unassisted Wheelchair Access
· Disabled Room
· Disabled Toilets
· Disabled Parking Available
· Disabled Toilets On site
· Unit suitable for the Disabled

Smoking Policy
· No Smoking Permitted

Languages Spoken
· Spanish Speaking

The hotel is situated in a newly developed residential area on the outskirts of Greenock. The Town Centre is roughly 15 minutes away on foot via a riverside walk. It is convenient for public transport being situated on the main bus routes, and is 10 minutes on foot from the nearest railway station.

Built on the site of a former famous Clyde shipyard and Marine Engineering works, the hotel sits on the River Clyde at the entrance to James Watt Dock. In its heyday this dock was busy with ships discharging various cargoes, but it was mainly concerned with sugar and related products – the sugar warehouses nearby are listed buildings, being prime examples of the dockland architecture once prevalent throughout UK ports.

The dock remains active with vessels undergoing repair, and also provides berthage for the river tugs, and Fishery Protection vessels when they are in port. The hotel is a short distance from Greenock Ocean Terminal, which is regularly visited in the summer months by large cruise liners. As such the hotel provides an ideal place to stay for those interested in shipping.

With the demise of its shipbuilding and marine engineering past, Greenock has successfully diversified in more recent into lighter industries such as electronics. Historically a major trading port the town is rich in history and boasts some fine architecture, both in its public buildings and private residences. The Custom House is not only a fine edifice but also houses a museum of Customs and Excise in the UK.

For the more energetic the Waterfront Leisure Centre provides swimming, a water feature pool for the kids, and an ice rink. There are many other sports facilities one would expect in a town with a population of some 85,000. With the Firth of Clyde on its doorstep the town is also a good centre for sailing activities.

Greenock is ideally situated for those wishing to explore Central Scotland, with Glasgow 25 miles away, and Edinburgh is easily accessible as a day trip. Ferry ports are within easy reach, permitting trips to the more remote Argyllshire, and the Islands of Arran, Bute and Cumbrae.

Other Local Amenities:
· Waterfront Leisure Centre & Oak Mall
· Gourock/Wemyss Bay to Isles Ferry
· Brayhead Shopping
· Cartsdyke Train Station 0.5 mile
· Gourock Ferry 4 miles
· Wemyss Bay Ferry 8 miles

From M8:
Follow M8 to A8 at Langbank. From end of motorway cross 6 roundabouts following Greenock A8. at 7th roundabout (by McDonalds) turn right. - From West, follow A8 through Greenock, look for McDonalds restaurant, at roundabout take 2nd exit left. Next to the Point Table Table.

Email Premier Inn Greenock enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com