The Manor was built in 1680. Located on the Wirral Peninsula in Greasby, one of the earliest village settlements– 8500 B.C. is the charming and eloquent 17th century ‘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.