Visit Wallasey and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Wallasey, Merseyside, is a county borough in the north-east corner of the Wirral peninsula, of which New Brighton forms a part. The ferry crosses from Liverpool to Wallasey in 7 minutes. As well as being a holiday resort Wallasey is a residential area. Wallasey beach overlooks the Irish Sea and from New Brighton along the King's Parade promenade is a pleasant walk. Wide stretches of sand continue to the borough boundary at Hoylake. These are used for motor-cycle races in spring and autumn. Wallasey offers yacht sailing, the Derby and Guinea Gap bathing pools and an 18-hole miniature golf course. With the sandhills and Moreton Common, the beach provides nearly 3 miles of unspoilt coastline.
Leasowe is an area of natural sandhills West along the coast. The castle here was built in 1593 by Ferdinando, 5th Earl of Derby, a member of the Stanley family of Knowsley Hall and patron of Shakespeare and actors. The castle was apparently a summer residence, and probably it was also a convenient spot on the way to the Stanley family estates in the Isle of Man. The castle became known as Mockbeggar Hall when it fell into ruin during the vicissitudes of the Stanleys after the Civil War (the 7th Earl was executed by Cromwell and the family lost much of its estates). More recently it became a convalescent home.
Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Aigburth, Aintree, Bebington, Bidston, Birkenhead, Blundellsands, Bootle, Bromborough, Caldy, Childwall, Crosby, Deysbrook, Dingle, Fazakerley, Frankby, Garston, Greasby, Heswall, Higher Bebington, Hoylake, Ince Blundell, Kirkby, Litherland, Liverpool, Lower Bebington, Maghull, Melling, Moreton, Mossley Hill, New Brighton, New Ferry, Port Sunlight, Prenton, Rock Ferry, Seacombe, Seaforth, Seaforth Island, Sefton, Thornton, Thornton, Thurstaston, Toxteth, Upton, Walton, Wavertree, West Derby, West Kirby, Wirral, Woodchurch
Have you decided to visit Wallasey or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Wallasey bed and breakfast (a Wallasey B&B or Wallasey b and b)
- a Wallasey guesthouse
- a Wallasey hotel (or motel)
- a Wallasey self-catering establishment, or
- other Wallasey accommodation