Things to see and do - Greenock
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James Watt (1736-1819), the steam engine pioneer, was born in this major shipbuilding centre. Behind the town is Lyle Hill, an excellent landmark offering a broad view of the Clyde estuary, from Helensburgh to Dunoon. Nearby is a memorial commemorating the Free French sailors who lost their lives between 1940 and 1945 (an intertwined cross of Lorraine and anchor).
Tourist attractions Greenock : Things to see and do
rd. Castle GB - Port Glasgow PA14 5NH
Among the warehouses and building sites on the seafront stands this 16C castle. The 15C guardroom and stronghouse are linked by 16C buildings which close off three sides of an interior courtyard. The castle has a fine roof. Inside, there is a straigh..
6 Ardgowan Square GB - Greenock PA16 8NG
With its building over 200 years old, The Tontine Hotel is 5-minute walk to Greenock city centre and to the Esplanade and has a bar and a restaurant. All the bedrooms have their own bathroom with a bath, a shower and a hairdryer. Each room also offe..
Custom House Place GB - Greenock PA15 1EJ
Prix Prices from : 55 £
Situated 2 minutes’ walk from the waterfront, The Bay Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. The historic town of Greenock can be reached in a 5-minute walk and features the Custom House Museum and a variety of impressive Victorian buildin..
2 James Watt Way GB - Greenock PA15 2AJ
On the quayside, looking out over the waterfront, the hotel offers comfortable, great-value rooms and free parking. 4 miles from Gourock Ferry, it is just off the A8 and less than 650 metres from Cartsdyke Railway Station. The Premier Inn Greenock h..