Hoylake, West Kirby & Meols


The British Open Golf tournament is returning to Hoylake in 2014 and the Ricoh Womens Open will be here in 2012. The Royal Liverpool Golf Club hosted the 2006 British Open Golf Championship at which Tiger Woods collected the Claret Jug for the third time. Over 230,000 spectators attended, this was a record for an English Golf Course

West Kirby

West Kirby is a traditional seaside resort with a fabulous Marine Lake which is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts.West Kirby is also blessed with spacious promenades,beach, elegant shopping parades and a Green Flag award winning Ashton Park. There are fabulous views over the Dee Estuary towards Hilbre Island and North Wales


Meols is a small village situated between Hoylake and Moreton. There is a Pub,small parade of shops, Railway Station, Recreation Park and Bowling Green. Meols has a promenade and beach which stretches on to Hoylake and Moreton. Meols is steeped in Viking history, there is said to be a Viking Ship buried under the Railway Inn car park.



Wirral Leisure Peninsula Villages of Hoylake,West Kirby & Meols


    Local News 

* £2,000 Grant Awarded

* Wirrals Champion Team

* Crisis in Meols Park

* Meols Pavilion Improved

* Fireworks in The Park

* Wirral Libraries Online

* Wirral News

* Wirral Globe

* Hoylake Police News

* Planning Applications

* China Crisis Gig  Hoylake

Welcome to the Information Website about the North West Resorts of Hoylake, West Kirby and Meols on the Wirral Peninsula.

Hoylake was home to the 2006 British Open where Tiger Woods won the 135th British Open Championship at The Royal Liverpool Golf Club on Meols Drive.

These seaside villages are located at the northern tip of the Wirral Peninsula.

Hoylake,West Kirby & Meols are blessed with miles of beaches, promenades, Parks,Bowling Greens, Tennis,Golf, Horse Riding,Windsurfing and Sailing on the salt water Marine Lake and Sand Yachting. On a clear day, one can see the Blackpool Tower on the horizon.

Take a stroll along the promenades and watch the local fishermen at work.

The Wirral area is known as the "Leisure Peninsula" it being surrounded on three sides by water, the Irish Sea, the River Mersey and the River Dee.

The Viking settlers landed their boats here in 902AD and their influence is still evident. Liverpool the European Capital of Culture 2008 is only a twenty minute drive away or 30 minutes by the Mersey Rail Electric Railway.

The Roman city of Chester and the beauty of North Wales being 30 mins drive away.

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