Lots to See

So much on our doorstep

Despite containing urban and industrial areas, the Wirral is a place of real beauty, known to relatively few. Sandwiched between the estuaries of the Dee and the Mersey, the coastline is spectacular and easily accessible due to the 12 mile Wirral Way, popular with walkers, bikers and horse riders.

You are also a short trip from the vibrant cities of Liverpool and Chester, plus the Liverpool Golf Club which has hosted the Open on numerous occasions – making a stay at Mere Brook perfect whether you want to explore, relax, or play!



While staying at Mere Brook House on the Wirral, you can explore nearby Chester, known for its historic cathedral, picturesque Rows, and Roman heritage. Enjoy a day at Chester Zoo, take a boat trip on the river Dee, and savor diverse dining options in this charming city.


Ness Gardens

Explore 64 acres of award-winning gardens with picturesque views looking out over the River Dee and North Wales. Ness Gardens is constantly changing depending on the season so there is always something new to see. Join one of their guided walks or listen to an engaging lecture from one of their many guest speakers to learn more about their living collection of 15000 plants.



The Wirral Peninsula boasts an array of world-class golf courses set against stunning coastal backdrops. From Hoylake’s Royal Liverpool Golf Club, which has hosted numerous Open Championships, to scenic gems like Caldy Golf Club and Heswall Golf Club, golfers here enjoy a diverse range of challenging layouts amidst picturesque landscapes. The Wirral’s rich golfing heritage and its commitment to maintaining top-tier facilities make it a premier destination for golf aficionados.

Food & Drink

Wine & Dine

Dining on the Wirral is a delightful experience, with a diverse range of restaurants and eateries offering everything from seafood specialties with coastal views to cozy pubs serving hearty British fare. Whether you’re craving fresh local ingredients or international cuisine, the Wirral’s dining scene has something to satisfy every palate.



Staying on the Wirral you are next door to a world-class city and a world-famous ferry. Hop aboard one of the daily River Explorer Cruises for stunning views of “The Three Graces” on Liverpool’s Pier Head, fascinating history and unlimited sea air. This is THE way to see Liverpool!


History & Heritage

It is home to many unspoilt, picturesque villages with a rich heritage including Caldy, Shotwick, Willaston and Burton, whose characteristic red sandstone buildings and walls have been well preserved like many others. Places of architectural interest include Hamilton Square and Port Sunlight, whilst those who are interested in history may wish to visit the Birkenhead Priory and St Mary’s Tower – a Benedictine Monastery established around 1150 and the oldest building on Merseyside. There’s also Leasowe Lighthouse, Hadlow Road railway station or the buildings and ancient carvings on Bidston Hill or why not follow the Birkenhead Heritage trail? The arts are also well represented by the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight and the Williamson Art Gallery in Birkenhead.


The Great Outdoors

Wirral also boasts idyllic sandy beaches and large areas of land owned by the National Trust which include Bidston Hill, Caldy Hill, Eastham Country Park, Hilbre Island, North Wirral Coastal Park, Thurstaston Common and Thor’s Stone and Ness Botanical Gardens which are part of the University of Liverpool and have won many awards. The visitor centre at RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands provides birdwatching facilities in the Dee Estuary nature reserve.

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