West Kirby is a town on the north-west corner of the Wirral Peninsula in Merseyside, England, at the mouth of the River Dee. To the north-east lies Hoylake, to the east Grange and Newton, and to the south-east Caldy. At the 2001 Census, the population was 7,680.
Restaurants in West Kirby
4.5 based on 283 reviews
A biting wind and scudding clouds made our walk along the marine lake wall 'refreshing' to put it mildly! The views over to Wales were great and the evening light made for some great photos. It takes about 20 minutes to do the full circuit - it does feel if you are walking on water...
5 based on 84 reviews
Creative courses by the sea, multi-award winning studio in Wirral Merseyside. Spend one or two days with us and we'll give you time and space to make something unique. We offer photography, textile art and laser cutting courses.
I had a fabulous 2 days at this studio which is located in a beautiful setting, learning the basics of laser cutting. Kris was very calm and explained everything clearly and step by step. The day was based around what I wanted to take away from this process and geared around that, Kris was very informative and I found the course inspirational and made me think outside of the box. Thanks Kris. -
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Royden Park in Frankby is a place you can step into and instantly feel at peace and relaxed surrounded by nature away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. It's where I've visited throughout my childhood growing up, and as a mother taking my own son creating fond memories. There's a miniature railway with steam trains run by model train enthusiasts that gives rides most Sundays. They don't charge for the rides (adults can accompany children) they just ask for a donation as this goes towards the up keep of the track/ trains/fuel. There are open spaces for the kids to run around safely, have a picnic or often there are activities in the summer holidays. I found it an ideal place to show my son nature, wild life and the changing of seasons in an easily accessible area that is on the level for little legs! It's also a great place for dogs and walkers. A safe haven of peace and tranquility for all to enjoy.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Royal Liverpool Golf Club is delighted to welcome visitors to play our challenging, historic links. Please see our online Tee Booking system for details, discounts apply on Mondays.Royal Liverpool Golf Club at Hoylake has staged major tournaments throughout its long history including 11 Open Championships. The Open made a successful return to Hoylake in 2006 when Tiger Woods achieved his third victory. The Women's British Open will be played at Hoylake for the first time in 2012, then the Open returns in 2014. The Club was formed in 1869, making it the second oldest links in England. Hoylake has a long and distinguished history of golfing firsts: It was host to the inaugural men’s amateur championship in 1885; the first ever international match between Scotland & England in 1902; the first Home International matches & the first transatlantic contest between GB&I & the USA in 1921, an event which became the Walker Cup the following year. In fact, it is Hoylake's contribution to the amateur game that has set it apart from other clubs. The historic memorabilia in the clubhouse is well reknowned. Golfers are welcome to follow in legends' footsteps to play our links.
Lucky enough to have Father-in Law as a member! This is a spectacular venue with unparalleled views across the Championship Course and the Dee Estuary. It really would be difficult to find a better backdrop for Sunday lunch. A fairly recent change of chef has resulted in a more modern approach to presentation and cuisine- no detriment at all!
Sean and John preside over front of house with professionalism and aplomb and all the staff are pleasant and properly trained!
Thank you Team!!
5 based on 29 reviews
Welcome to Chokie Massage and Beauty Therapy Based on the traditional Thai concept of 'Ruan Un' or 'Warm House', your visit should be a relaxing and calming experience. The perfect place to unwind and forget the stresses and strains of everyday life. Our expertly trained staff offer a complete range of masssage treatments for ladies and gentlemen at attractive prices
After having pain in my shoulders, neck and back I decided to book in for a deep tissue massage. I'm so glad I did. The staff are really friendly and welcoming. And the massage was amazing. Just what I needed. I've booked in to go again. I recommend Chokie Massage to anybody. They offer so many different things. I've never felt so relaxed.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Went for a drive on a beautiful sunny September day, hadn't been here for years so we stopped to enjoy the views. In addition we had our lunch, visited a tea room and had an ice cream. Fab, so relaxing, really nice place well worth a trip to.
5 based on 263 reviews
The Black Pearl is an interactive artwork to be enjoyed by all age groups it has been created and maintained by a small group of pasionate pirates. Allow your imagination to soar or just absorb the work and detail in the carefully selected driftwood and ships ropes. There are many sculptures and carvings to be found on and around the ship . If your lucky you may even find treasure in her treasure chest. The golden sands surrounding The Pearl are cleaned every day and perfect for the children to play on. The area of Cosy Cove is loved and treasured by the local community who always keep a close eye on her. pirates At Art
Whenever we visit the Black Pearl we are always delighted to see how much people there of all ages, enjoy this brilliant live artwork created by “the pirates”. There is never a dull moment ether as the Pearl braves all kinds of weather and tides. The photo opportunities are absolutely endless as it stands majestically in sight of the world famous Liverpool skyline. An absolute must see xx
4.5 based on 135 reviews
This is a great place, albeit somewhat overpriced, at £9, for children (adults pay the same?!)
The mazes are well maintained and interactive so the kids will enjoy finding clues and walking with purpose.
The grounds contain a plethora of activities - the pillow bouncy Castles are great fun, even for adults. There are also zip wires, an indoor play area, water bomb catapults, a train, mini golf and many other attractions. You could easily spend the full day here and that in itself renders my earlier gripe about the pricing somewhat redundant!
Adults and kids will enjoy - better than ice cream farms or crowded funfairs!
4.5 based on 239 reviews
A fantastic sandy beach, soft white sand, a walk to Hibre Island, next to a supermarket, ice creams, a Marine Lake and great views of Wales. All you need now is a hot summers day.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
We took a short circular tour for a few hours in the Country Park starting from Thurstaston. There was plenty of parking available, but there were prominent police notices warning of car crime, so put your belongings in the boot when you get there.
Crossing over the track bed of the long disused railway line, now the Wirral way, there are a few gateways into the park. We were fortunate that the visitor centre was open when we went. A typical public sector 1970s building, it offered a much welcomed toilet facilities after a long drive. There is also a small shop with books etc and a bird hide in the centre.
The park itself is largely flat unless you are making your way down to the beach. There is also a wildlife pond near the visitor centre and several areas where you can take and use your own disposable barbecues in brick built stands. Views from the park across the Dee Estuary towards North Wales are simply stunning.
Beautiful open spaces that all the family can enjoy and well worth exploring in good weather.
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