Neston 2.5 miles.
This stylish, detached bungalow offers welcoming accommodation throughout, and is nestled behind the owners’ family home, on the edge of the pretty hamlet of Burton, 2.5 miles from Neston, on the popular Wirral Peninsula.
This delightful Burton cottage has been beautifully presented to offer a modern and stylish fitted kitchen with Smeg appliances and touch ceramic hob, plus an intimate dining area for social meals with friends and loved ones.
The comfortable and welcoming sitting room with leather sofas has double sliding doors out onto the private patio, whilst a twin bedroom and king-size bedroom, both with patio doors allow you to step outside in the morning and enjoy the sounds of the countryside with a fresh cup of coffee.
The contemporary family bathroom is equipped with both a bath and shower option, and offers a splash of luxury with “his and hers” basins.
The patio and gardens at this secluded cottage lead into woodland and enjoy views across the Dee estuary to the Welsh hills, which can be enjoyed from the hanging “egg” chair in the woodland garden.
The property is pet-friendly and has its own parking area and external bike storage, making it ideal for walkers and cyclists.
The nearby coastal footpath opens up into the Wirral Country Park, leading to West Kirby with its 52-acre marine lake, ideal for sailing and windsurfing, and the eight miles of beach at Hoylake offering some of the best sand yachting in the UK.
Whether you are after a romantic break, an energetic activity week, or a cosy base for enjoying good walking, this is a welcoming Wirral cottage in a year-round holiday location.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin (zip/link, can be super king-size double on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, 2 x basins and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Chester 11 miles; Liverpool 16.5 miles.
Neston is an historic market town on the Wirral Peninsula, known as the “Jewel in the crown of the Wirral”. With varying architectural designs focused around the sandstone cross at its heart, Neston offers many shops, cafes and restaurants, and nestles in peaceful countryside providing a lovely setting for its regular Friday market and monthly farmers’ market. A real draw for walkers, cyclists and bird watchers alike, Neston is a short distance from the Dee Estuary and the marshland before it, providing a stunning aspect out to the Welsh hills beyond, and wonderfully varied wildlife - at Parkgate you can enjoy the views and sample homemade ice cream in a huge variety of flavours! There are lovely gardens at Ness, and a variety of tea rooms, eateries, galleries and beaches dotted throughout the peninsula. Ideally located for a day out in Chester, Liverpool or Manchester, and a reasonable driving distance to the North Wales coastline and the Snowdonia National Park, this area has something for everybody no matter what time of year you choose to visit.