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OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel

OYO Gin House Hotel

Custom House Pl, Greenock PA15 1EJ
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Free Wifi
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OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel
OYO Gin House Hotel

OYO Gin House Hotel

Customhouse Place, Glasgow
Twin Single Bed
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Greenock - A Beautiful Tourist Location

Located in the west-central Lowlands of Scotland, Greenock is a town and administrative centre in the council area in Scotland. The city’s beauty and charm will leave you awestruck. It is a small but beautiful tourist spot in England. It is a less known city but don’t let that stop you from exploring this region. If you are visiting England, be sure to include Greenock in your travel itinerary.

Lyle Hill

If you are visiting this city, you cannot miss the panoramic view of the river from atop Lyle Hill. For those who prefer to explore new towns on foot, the Greenock Cut is the perfect place. It is one of the top 50 walks in Scotland that offers beautiful views of the waters around. Around the corner, you can also explore Gourock and the Tail of the Bank. If you are travelling on a budget, you will find a number of cheap hotels in Greenock that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

The Esplanade

Lovely scenic walks, beautiful views across the River Clyde, a separate cycle path, and cafes serving hot and delicious food are a few things that come to the mind when you think of the Esplanade in Greenock. One of the most beautiful places to explore in Greenock, this is a must visit for a relaxing day by the water.

Attractions in the City

The west end of Greenock retains the attractive Victorian buildings that will please any art and architecture enthusiast. The Custom House Museum in this area celebrates the maritime history of the town. Other attractions here that you can explore include Mclean Museum & Art Gallery, Victoria Tower, Newark Castle, and the Old West Kirk. It is wise to book a great accommodation in Greenock and enjoy the vibe of the city.

Shopping and Travel

The city has many shopping facades that include the Oak Mall Shopping Centre, Tesco Extra, Cathcart Street, and West Blackhall Street. Greenock boasts of nine railway stations that are connected to adjoining cities like Gourock, Glasgow, and Wemyss Bay. The city offers a great travel network, which is not just limited to trains and buses but also includes boats, planes, cars, and cycles. Traveling in and around the city is not cumbersome because of the sprawling travel network. Also, you can easily find hotels in Greenock that offer a relaxing stay.

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Questions and Answers

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10. What are some of the things which we can do at night?

Greenock has a lively pub and bar scene when the sun goes down. Visitors can enjoy a round of drinks, music, or games at various places in the town. Some of the most popular places are Cloch Café Bar, The Black Cat, Chaplins Club, and Red Nightclub.

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9. What are the best ways to reach Greenock?

The fastest way to reach Greenock is to drive from Edinburgh. The drive takes 1 hour and 20 minutes. Train services depart from Edinburgh and arrive at Greenock West via Glasgow Central. Tourists could also take buses that leave from Edinburgh, Princes Street via Buchanan Bus Station, and onwards to Greenock.

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8. How can one commute in and around Greenock?

Tourists can easily explore the town of Greenock on foot. The town has a well-connected bus service, especially those heading east from Gourock or west from Port Glasgow. Tourists can take a bike or car for tourist attractions away from the main town.

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7. What is the best time to visit Greenock?

The best time to visit Greenock is from June to August when the weather is pleasant with chances of light rainfall. Since Greenock is close to the sea, it receives rainfall throughout the year.

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6. What are some of the best destinations around Greenock for a weekend getaway?

Greenock is a great location from where one can explore the scenic Scottish countryside. Visitors could drive to Gourock and take the ferry to Dunoon.

Additionally, Bute, Argyll, and the Highland and Islands of west-coast Scotland are also easily accessible from Greenock. Greenock is also close to cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, and Newcastle.

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5. Where can I shop in Greenock?

Visit the Oak Mall Shopping centre for brand stores, cafés, and restaurants. It has everything, from everyday essentials to latest fashion selections and entertainment products. Tourists could also visit places such as Primark and The Wee Crafty Owl for a good shopping experience in Greenock

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3. How much is a cheap hotel in Greenock?

You can book an OYO Hotel in Greenock for around £25-35 per night. You could also avail of additional discounts by applying promo codes.

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2. What are the basic amenities that one can expect in an OYO Hotel in Greenock?

Some of the amenities offered by OYO Hotels in Greenock are spacious and comfortable rooms, clean bathrooms, in-house restaurants, free WiFi, TV, hair-dryer, elevator, and daily housekeeping.

The OYO hotels in Greenock also come with facilities such as CCTV cameras, conference rooms, banquet halls, bar, first aid, seating area, step-free access, and fire safety equipment.

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1. What are some of the best budget hotels for stays in Greenock?

OYO Gin House Hotel is a great option for your stay in Greenock.

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