Operating from Wirral, Barnacre Holiday Cottages provides self catering accommodation in Wirral to clients visiting the North West, Merseyside, Liverpool and Cheshire. The two unique luxury cottages were completed in 2007.
'The Shippon' bed holiday cottage sleeps 5/7 and is a 250 year old stone barn conversion situated in the centre of the small village of Saughall Massie in the leisure peninsula of The Wirral. The Shippon is ideally located for exploring The Wirral with beautiful coastal walks and scenery. There is excellent golfing with the Royal Liverpool Open course at Hoylake close-by and benefits from inclusive
'Barnacre Green Cottage' sleeps 4/6, is unique offering luxury accommodation with completely no environmentally impact. The cottage featured on BBC's It's Not Easy Being Green.
The cottage is traditional green oak frame with lime panels. All materials in the construction and fitting have been selected for their low environmental and carbon impact. Barnacre Green cottage is self sufficient for all energy, water and waste water so enjoy a holiday with very little environmental impact.
Recent customer reviews
|`Ancient to Modern` - a little bit of history combined with modern convenience made these accomodations a unique experience.|
Our 10y.o. grandson was fascinated with the fossils in the floor and the arrow slat windows.
Would definitely go again and highly recommend Barnacre.
|I booked Barnacre as a surprise birthday break for my husband who enjoys fishing.The property is close to a private fishing lake .Although it was undergoing some work at the time he really enjoyed it.We can not wait to visit again and see what it looks like.The property was spacious,well equipped and nicely laid out.The underfloor heating kept us all nice and cosy.The bathroom was lovely and great to have an en-suite to master bedroom .My son daughter and grandson came with us .The enclosed garden was great for my grandson ,who really loved kicking his football around.He was also delighted with the stables next door.He has a great fondness for horses,and staff there did not mind his wandering in the yard.We would love to visit again ,maybe when the weather is a little more warmer next time.|