Located on the Wirral Peninsula in Greasby, one of the earliest village settlements– 8500 B.C. is the charming and eloquent 17thcentury ‘Manor Restaurant’ retaining much of it’s natural history and charm.
The restaurant was originally 1 of 8 farms in the parish dating back to 1849 and spanning a total of 118 acres. Other than the restaurant the outbuildings of the Manor comprised a shippon and a carriage house which are now used as a function room that can be hired for events.
Since 1903 the farm buildings have been a bank and in 1972 opened its doors as a restaurant, becoming ‘The Manor’ as we know it today in 1997. We serve traditional English cuisine in a relaxed, modern environment and welcome diners from near and far.
Restaurant - Bar Lounge
In 2016 our restaurant and lounge was the benefactor of a stylish refurbishment designed around the international colours of Ralph Lauren by Cheshire designer’s Horton and Co., giving a warm, luxurious ambience for you to enjoy an aperitif or post dinner drink or just a relaxing cup of afternoon tea or coffee.