I'm moota2000 from Wemyss Bay. I've been Qyping since 18-11-2008
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216 Old Inverkip Road, Greenock, Scotland PA16 9EL
Nice old lady who owns this shop, it stocks a huge amount of wools! Right from the floor to the ceiling in all various of colours, and shades, and type of wools!
My mum loves going in there as I remember going in there with my mum one day as she wanted to buy just one ball of wool, but when she came out she ended up having a bin bagful of wools!
Also they do stock loads of knitting books, on all various of clothing’s! Mum said their price are fab.
Ardgowan Ardgowan Estate Inverkip, Greenock, Scotland PA16 0DW
I have been to this site, only when it announces an open day, as it is private property/place.
I remember when it have announced a open day, my parents and myself went over there, to have a nice walk around the gardens, and my word it is very gorgeous, and I have never knew it was so well hidden, as it is covered by tall trees around the property.
Also the building is gorgeous, and I have been inside the building, for a coffee and cakes. However I did not explore the whole building, as it was limited to few rooms only.
This owners of the property is good friends of our Queen, as I have heard!
40 Cardwell Road, Gourock, Scotland PA19 1UH
Smallish supermarket. Useful for top up your wee shopping.
But rubbish parking, which you have to park on the main road. only if you are lucky to find a space!
61 Newark Street, Greenock, Scotland PA16 7TE
I have not stayed in this hotel myself, and I have not eaten there, but I have visited there, while my friend was staying there for a few days. However the rooms are nice, and the parking is very nice as well. So I’ll give this a average marks.
46 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, Scotland PA15 1UY
My sister goes there, and did not like the treatment there. As she got the fake nail done, but it was sloppily done, and the lady was like “I’m top of the beauty world” and thinks that she knows everything better…
So my sister never went back there again.
150 Lynedoch Street, Greenock, Scotland PA15 4AJ
I love this DIY shop. it is more suited to a tradesmen store. It is bit like Jewson store. not like the Homebase or B&Q.
I have bought several items from there, and my word, they are very cheap and well competitive priced.
Even they have helped me a numerous of times, on which items to use, and gave me instructions on how to do stuffs. Like once time I have no clue on how to mix the concrete with what parts of sand, and cement, and water, they explained to me how I can do this, and they are very helpful!
So no wonder I still goes there all the time, if I needed something from them.
They sells from bricks to aggravates, decking, fencing, piping, doors, etc etc.
The guys in there are BRILLIANt, and sometimes had a good laugh with them!
12 Hamilton Way, Greenock, Scotland PA15 1RH
Very small shop, does all repairs on the shoes.
The staff are great there, as they would give you an advice, to see if it is worth repairing the shoe, or not.
Even one time I have asked them for a wee piece of leather, to repair my belt, and they happily gave it away for free!
They also do the key cut, engraving, name door plaques, etc.
Great wee shop.
24-26 Kilblain Street, Greenock, Scotland PA15 1SR
Some staff are quite cheeky and stuck up in there. When my sister and myself went in there to ask for informaton and help. They were not too bothered and bit cheeky.
118 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, Scotland PA15 1XR
I liked this cafe, very nice and posh interior. I was in there with my sister and my niece one day. We were with our friends, and we was chatting over a cakes and coffee. Even the armchair seats are very comfy, great for lazing and sitting in there for hours, and hours!
Also the staff service are amazing, when my niece have climbed out of her high chair, and accidently fell down on the floor and banged her head. The staff in the cafe had came to our assistance, and helped us.
However, she have ensured us with first aid information. Also she went to the kitchen and brought us a tea towel covered with ice, to reduce the swelling. it was very thoughtful of her.
Also the lady brought a free bowl of sweetie to cheer my niece up. Bless her!
13 Inverkip Street, Greenock, Scotland PA15 1SX
This is the other flower shop in the greenock area, which it is nice as well. I have been there a few times, but prefers the other one myself.
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