Luxurious, cozy, two bedroom cottage in the heart of Thurstaston. Set in 1/3 acre, this property benefits from a stunning garden, decking/BBQ area and sumptuous modern interior with Jacuzzi bath.
With off road parking, a short walk to the beach and direct access to the country park.
The house was renovated to the highest standard in 2010 for a luxury home. The house has vaulted ceilings, cozy and well appointed bedrooms and an outdoor space that will capture your imagination.
The only locked away/sealed area is the walk in wardrobe, containing personal items of clothes, shoes etc. The rest of the house is fully accessible.
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I'll be available on the phone and either I or a neighbour will be available throughout your stay.
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About West Warren Lodge
Set in the coachman’s house to the Ismay Family (Builders of the titanic) the property still shows signs of its heritage; the carved sandstone staircase to the left of the house staircase being just one. Thomas Ismay is buried in St Bartholomew’s church in the village.
With off-road parking for two, a short walk to the beach and direct access to the country park - It's a blissful retreat.
Church Farm is within a two-minute walk and offers fresh farm produce, fresh bread made by Paul Hollywood and a quaint cafe. There is also a farm zoo here, a great attraction for the kids (if you have any).
Trains from West Kirby will take you into Liverpool or Chester. Buses run from the top of the road.
The only locked away/sealed area is the walk-in wardrobe, containing personal items of clothes, shoes etc. The rest of the house is fully accessible.
About the Wirral
The Wirral is a peninsula bounded to the west by the River Dee – overlooking Wales, to the east by River Mersey and to the north by the Irish Sea. The earliest evidence of human occupation of the Wirral dates from the Mesolithic period, around 7000 BC. Before the time of the Romans, the Wirral was inhabited by a Celtic tribe. After Roman and Anglo-Saxon occupation, towards the end of the 9th century, the Vikings began raiding the area and settled alongside the Dee side of the peninsula.
Running/Walking – Wirral Country Park, where there are 12 miles of walking and cycling tracks along a former railway line and the beach, is just down the road. Go straight out the drive down Station Road to the water and follow signs for the Country Park.
Alternatively, walk or climb up Thor's stone (Sabrina's favourite), a large sandstone outcrop and a place of a romantic legend, in Thurstaston.
Groceries – Walk to Church Farm, a family run farm, for basic groceries and coffee by making a left out of the drive and walk up the hill via Church Lane. The farm will be on your right. (Postcode: CH61 0HW, Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)). There’s also an M&S and Tesco in Heswall.
Fish & Chips – Marigolds in West Kirby is known as the best fish and chips in the area. (Postcode: CH48 0RD, Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN))
Restaurants – There are a number of restaurants in Heswall on A540. Burnt Truffle (Postcode: CH60 0AQ, Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) is fabulous as is Karma (Indian restaurant) in West Kirby ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)ghtseeing – Visit Hilbre Island, off the coast of West Kirby, to see a number of different seal species. Liverpool and Chester are both nearby and plenty of information can be sought from the internet.
Sunsets – Watch the sunset at Sheldrake’s, a tucked away restaurant offering spectacular views of the River Dee and the Welsh mountains. Call for reservations (Postcode: CH60 9JS, Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN))
Emergency Contact Numbers:
Dan - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Dan’s M(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (in emergency only)
The overarching rule is to treat the place as if it were your home. I live at the cottage for some of the week and have ensured that every last detail is perfect, I am really fussy on who stays here so please treat the place with respect and care.