Centrally located in Heswall, The Jug & Bottle has six bedrooms, all of which are spacious and comfortable with en-suite facilities, LCD television, tea & coffee making facilities, FREE wireless internet and free parking. With its secluded surroundings, 'The Jug' as it is affectionately known by the locals offers a retreat on the doorstep of Chester and Liverpool and is only a stone's throw from the M53 and M56.
There are double, twin, single and family rooms available. Many of the rooms enjoy views over the Dee Estuary to the hills of North Wales or over to the stunning and distinctive skyline of Liverpool and over the tranquil gardens surrounding the guesthouse. You will find a relaxed and friendly atmosphere at The Jug with a lively and popular public bar.
The Jug is a good base for walkers exploring the Wirral Way and Wirral Coast.
All room tariffs include a full English breakfast. The inn’s central location means that it is only a couple of minutes walk from the centre of town and from a wide selection of restaurants, cafes, takeaways and shops.
The Jug serves a delicious homemade menu of all time favourite pub classics along with some hearty seasonal specials. All of the food is sourced locally where possible from Wirral and surrounding farmers to both support local business and also to showcase the fantastic produce that this area has to offer. We like to use seasonal meats, game, fruit and vegetables so that our menu stays fresh and we can offer dishes that you may not see on every menu such as locally shot pheasant or Claremont asparagus. (Bar is dog friendly).
The Jug is a perfect location for golfers wanting to sample the many delightful courses that Wirral has to offer.
We have a large car park, which is free to guests but please use the right hand side as you approach the pub as the left hand side is a ‘pay and display’ public car park.
• Children are accepted at the Jug & Bottle and are permitted in the bar until 8.00pm unless dining with parents
• Caters for golf breaks
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double En Suite, from||£75.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Family En Suite, from||£90.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Single En Suite, from||£47.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Twin En Suite, from||£75.00 per room (breakfast included)|
**** PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PRICES ARE STARTING PRICES AND THE STATEMENT WHICH SAYS THERE ARE NO AVAILABLE ROOMS MAY NOT BE THE CASE AND PLEASE DO CLICK THE CHECK AVAILABILITY BUTTON TO CHECK DIRECT WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT**
From M53: Exit the M53 at junction 3 and take the exit signposted Heswall & Arrowe Park Hospital. You need to stay in the left hand lane. After half a mile or so you will reach some traffic lights with the Arrowe Park Hotel on the right at these lights you need to turn left. After another half mile or so you will reach a roundabout where you need to take the second exit (turn right) signposted Heswall. This road will take you through the villages of Thingwall and Pensby and eventually to the main traffic lights in the centre of Heswall with the Natwest Bank on the left and the Lloyds bank opposite. Go straight over these lights and then first left, the Jug and Bottle is at the top of that road. Please park on the right hand car park, immediately behind The Jug (which is free). The left hand car park is a Council “Pay & Display” car park and is subject to the blight of Traffic Wardens.From Chester/North Wales: Travelling along the Chester Highroad (A540) follow the signs for the Hoylake and Heswall. This road will bring you into the centre of Heswall. When you reach the lights with the Lloyds bank on your left and Natwest on your right you need to turn left. Then take the first turning left (Mount Aveneue) the Jug and Bottle is at the top of that road. Please park on the right hand car park,immediately behind The Jug (which is free). The left hand car park is a Council “Pay & Display” car park and is subject to the blight of Traffic Wardens.From Liverpool: Take the Wallasey Tunnel out of Liverpool, which on the Wirral side turns into the M53 and head for exit 3 and then follow the directions above.From Heswall/West Kirby: Follow Telegraph Road until the centre of Heswall. When you reach the lights with the Lloyds bank in front of you on your right and Natwest on your left you need to turn left. Then take the first turning left (Mount Aveneue) the Jug and Bottle is at the top of that road. Please park on the right hand side of the car park.ParkingWe have a large car park, which is free to guests but please use the right hand side as you approach the hotel as the left hand side is Pay and Display.
By rail: Liverpool Lime Street is 16 miles away with excellent intercity services. The nearest train station is Heswall (approx 1.5 miles). Please call the travel line on 0871 200 223 for more information.
|Open (1 January 2022 - 31 December 2022)|
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