House Möwe

25 Ashton Drive, CH48, West Kirby, United Kingdom

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About House Möwe

House Möwe (German for Seagull) is a small semidetached house, a few hundred meters off the West Kirby promenade and beach.

It is proud of its small but beautiful garden, and because the house is also small and cosy it allows you to suck in the real British atmosphere of living in a typical middle class home.

West Kirby was listed as one of the top ten towns in Britain by a national newspaper. There are many pubs, takes away, cafes and restaurants to choose from at prices to suit every pocket. Also 2 supermarkets and a range of local shops if you choose to eat in. Nearby Ashton Park boasts a lake, a children play area, bowls and is open to the Wirral Way for a safe walk or cycle ride. The beach, Marine Lake where in every season wind surfers can test their capabilities and Hilbre Island are all nearby as is the Dee estuary.

  • Semidetached house with a front and a rear garden
  • Two bedrooms (sleeps 4)
  • Small office room
  • One bathroom with separate toilet
  • Dining room
  • Lounge with open fire place
  • Two conservatories
  • Large terrace deck
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge and freezer
  • Crockery and cutlery
  • Gas central heating
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • Broadband
  • CD and DVD player
  • Library
  • Garden
  • Conservatory
  • Deck Terrace
  • Parking on the plot free of charge
  • Floors – carpeted
  • Built in originally designed furniture in all house
  • Nice decoration
  • Cleaning on departure if required
  • The property will be rented out on minimum weekly basis
  • No smoking indoors
  • No pets, please

Please contact us for availability (minimum one week) by clicking on the Request to Book in the upper right corner.

  • Per week: 600 Pound Sterling or equivalent in Euro
  • to be paid in advance plus 300 Pound Sterling deposit

West Kirby is a little spa town at the tip of the Wirral peninsula formed by the River Dee and the River Mersey with stunning views to the little islands in the Dee estuary, the Irish sea and the Snowdonia National Park. The settlement dates back to the days of the Vikings who founded West Kirby which is easily to be recognized by the typical –by ending of the settlement name. Somehow Viking blood in the genes, the place had the reputation to lure ships on to the rocks of Hilbre and Little Eye islands and loot the content of the ships as this was the law of the country that stranded goods could be claimed by the villagers.  Today the place is more peaceful and for many English a pleasant retirement location with famous Golf clubs and the internationally renowned Hilbre Sailing Club. West Kirby is also  a start point of the beautiful Wirral Way which is a hiking track following the shoreline of the peninsula. Wide sand beaches and in the low tide emerging sand banks are used for beach sailing and horse cart drives to the islands.

On the other side West Kirby is connected by the Metro system (twenty minutes ride) to one of the largest UK cities: Liverpool. Liverpool used to be the second largest UK town (now ranking third after Birmingham). It has a famous harbour which created the original  wealth by slave trading and later on by cotton imports and which later on fuelled a large textile industry in nearby Manchester. Impressive historical monuments clearly speak of Liverpool’s glorious history.

Today´s Liverpool remains the capital of music, entertainment and arts. In 2001 The Guinness Book of Records declared Liverpool ´City of Pop´ due to the  many number one records which emerged from the city. The most famous band of all times, the legendary Beatles, started their career in the Liverpool Cavern. In the sixties,  many other bands which started in Liverpool achieved fame and recognition  (e.g. Gerry and the Pace Makers with their song about Liverpool  Ferry cross the Mersey from 1964). In 2008, World Museum Liverpool created an exhibition “The Beat Goes on” charting the history of music of the city from 1945 till present days.  Various theatres and musical halls provide a multitude of shows, classical music being promoted especially by traditional Last Night of the Proms (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic ).

West Kirby is connected by two motorways to the main UK trunk roads. From Liverpool Railway Station most UK towns can be easily reached. The railway station has a direct Metro link to West Kirby. The international Manchester Airport is the third largest UK airport and 45 minutes drive from West Kirby.

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I have simply fallen in love with this British style house. It gives the perfect feel of staying in English town. The trip to nearby island Hilbre was fascinating, don't miss it!
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