Hoylake is located at the northern tip of Wirral Peninsula, and is home to the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, one of the finest links courses in the world, and home to the Open Championship in 2006 and 2014.
There is an active nightlife throughout the town, as well as several excellent restaurants and pubs. it is a fantastic destination for those wanting to combine a golfing break with the traditional English charm of a seaside resort. Click on these links for details on restaurants and hotels
Interested in reading about Hoylake and its history? 'Hoylake Then & Now' is a publication by Jim O'Neil. Taking the reader on a journey through the streets of Hoylake, Jim O’Neil compares 45 archive images from around the town with the same scenes of today. From the Quadrant and the Railway Station to St Hildeburgh’s Church and the sea front, the key areas of the town are covered in this detailed and nostalgic new volume. Read more..
West Kirby is a traditional seaside resort with a Marine Lake, a promenade and shopping parades.
In the summer, West Kirby is especially vibrant, because of the unusually sunny climate enjoyed by residents and tourists alike. There is the magnificent promenade with the salt-water Marine Lake, which attracts watersports enthusiats from across the country.
West Kirby is especially fantastic for families who want to enjoy a range of waterfront activities, including relaxing on award-winning beaches. Click on these links for details on restaurants and hotels in West Kirby.
New Brighton is a seaside resort located in the north east corner of Wirral. Home to the Floral Pavilion Theatre and Conference Centre, restaurants, accommodation, a cinema and a casino, New Brighton has been undergoing a £60 million redevelopment scheme, for details click here or visit Marine Point or Invest Wirral.
For more details on New Brighton click here.
Parkgate is a small village, situated just over the border of Wirral on the banks of the River Dee. You can take in the clean air, the stunning views across the River Dee and sample the catch of the day, superbly prepared in one of the local eateries. A visit to the famous ice cream shop on the parade is also a 'must' with its delicious and sometimes unusual range of flavours.
Parkgate is renowned for its high tide birdwatches when up to 400 birders may be present.