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The grand 4-star Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa occupies a striking 19th-century mansion surrounded by the Wirral countryside. The hotel maintains its country house charm with oak carvings and ornate ceilings, and all rooms are elegantly furnished with free wi-fi and Smart TVs. Take dinner in the Lawns Restaurant or enjoy an informal meal at the Times Brasserie. Extensive treatments are available from the spa, and the Snow Cave and outdoor Hydrospa pool are not to be missed.
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Wyngate Guest House Hotel
Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include desks, housekeeping is provided daily, and cribs/infant beds (complimentary) can be requested.
Hotels in Wirral
With the River Mersey to the east, the River Dee to the west and the Irish Sea to the north, Wirral hotels are an excellent place to stay for seaside holidays within easy reach of Liverpool.
On the northwest shore of Wirral is West Kirby. Strong winds from the Irish Sea make West Kirby Marine Lake a fantastic destination for windsurfers and sailors. The man-made saltwater lake is an enclosed space of 52 acres beside the shore, surrounded on three sides by the River Dee and featuring breathtaking views of the Welsh Hills and the Dee Estuary. Wirral Sailing School uses the Marine Lake as their main base and the school is a great place to try your hand at canoeing, sailing, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing.
Inland from West Kirby is Royden Country Park. This large parkland encompasses wetlands, woodlands and meadows and is a popular destination for angling. The park also features a range of facilities for kids as well as regular craft fairs and other events. A short journey from West Kirby will take you to the Hilbre Islands, three tidal islands that have been designated a Local Nature Reserve.
There are also a number of excellent golf courses within easy reach of West Kirby. Royal Liverpool Golf Club is a prestigious club based in Hoylake and has staged eleven Open Championships and a range of amateur events. The course was built in 1869 and is one of the oldest seaside golf courses in England.
On the northeast tip of the peninsula is New Brighton. One of the most consistently popular attractions in New Brighton is Floral Pavilion Theatre, a live performance centre with a varied line-up of musicals, comedy and live bands. Built in the early 19th century, Fort Perch Rock was an armed garrison until 1956 when it was decommissioned. Today the fort is home to a number of exhibitions detailing the area's maritime history as well as a venue for live bands and performances.
Along the coast you'll also find the New Brighton Lighthouse, built in 1827, and the Grade II-listed St Peter and Paul's Catholic Church, featuring a prominent green dome. Away from the beach you'll find plenty of shops along the New Brighton high street, from big brands to smaller boutique stores. There are also a number of entertainment centre dotted throughout the town, including Bubbles World of Play, Championship Miniature Golf and the New Palace Amusement Arcade.
On the west bank of the River Mersey is Birkenhead. This town is home to the world's first public park, Birkenhead Park, which encompasses two lakes and a variety of historical buildings. Also worth checking out is the medieval Birkenhead Priory, dating from 1150. If you're planning on enjoying some retail therapy, Birkenhead is home to the Pyramids Shopping Centre and Birkenhead Market, boasting over 300 different stalls selling everything from fresh fish to vintage clothes.
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