Entries are roughly from North to South in the Wirral.
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Many of these establishments are very popular and are becoming increasingly so.
My advice would be to book, especially at weekends.
|The Master Mariner, New Brighton||CH45 2JT||0151 346 8950||A Wetherspoon Pub, recently refurbished in modern style to a high standard.|
|The Magazine Hotel, New Brighton||CH45 1HP||0151 630 3169||Real atmosphere in this great old pub near the old arsenal (or magazine).|
|The Green Lodge Hotel, Hoylake||CH47 1HW||0151 632 2321||Marston's pub. Two-For-One eating. Good beer. Honest pub food. Very popular.|
|The Plasterers' Arms, Hoylake||CH47 2DJ||0151 632 3023|| Takes some finding in back streets of old Hoose.
Good beer but food is scarce.
|The Ship, Hoylake||CH47 3BB||0151 632 4319||Good beer, good honest food. Very popular. Sport on TVs.|
|The West Kirby Tap||CH48 4DY||0151 625 0350||Spitting Feathers brewery outlet plus other real ales.|
|The White Lion, West Kirby||CH48 4EE||0151 929 9037||Fine cosy atmospheric pub with garden. Sandstone walls. Good beer, no food.|
|The Ring O' Bells, West Kirby||CH48 7HE||0151 929 6750|| Nowadays more of a place to eat than drink.
In attractive old West Kirby. Big garden.
Popular with families weekends.
|The Irby Mill, Greasby||CH49 3NT||0151 604 0194|| The quintessential olde English pub. Small, extremely popular.
Quality food in separate dining room. Dogs allowed in the bar area.
|The Cottage Loaf, Thurstaston||CH61 0HJ||0151 648 2837|| Separate eating area plus bar. Good pub food. Popular weekends.
Great walks and views on Thurstaston Hill behind pub.
|The Anchor Inn, Irby||CH61 0HA||0151 648 1698|| Expertly refurbished a few years ago. Excellent food from my experience.
A comfortable and pleasant atmosphere.
|The Greave Dunning, Greasby||CH49 3NF||0151 606 1061|| Old barn conversion from many years back. Good beer and food.
Good beer and pub food. Can get busy. Dunning owned Greasby in 1086.
|The Red Cat, Greasby||CH49 3NF||0151 677 2747|| This fairly modern open-plan pub has become very popular
after recent expensive refurbishment. It's pleasant and friendly.
Good beers. Popular pub grub.
|The Boat House, Parkgate||CH64 6RN||0151 336 4187|| The Boathouse is more of a restaurant than a pub nowadays.
But no complaints. Fine views across the Dee to North Wales.
|The Red Fox, Thornton Hough||CH63 4JH||0151 336 3416|| The old tired Grange at Thornton Hough. Now reborn by Brunning & Price.
This is big but was full (on a Thursday afternoon!) when we went.
Food and drink excellent.
|The Wheatsheaf, Raby||CH63 4JH||0151 336 3416|| Really great old traditional country pub. Benches around the fire, stone floors.
Good range of beers and food. Separate dining area, or eat at bar tables.
Difficult to leave if it's cold outside (or if it's not).
|The Fox & Hounds, Barnston||CH61 1BW||0151 648 7685|| CAMRA Wirral Pub of the Year 2014.
It's on an awkward bend on the Thingwall-Heswall road. Take care.
|The Harp, Little Neston||CH64 0TB||0151 336 6980|| Little, virtually unchanged, pub in a cul-de-sac by the Dee Estuary.
Stunning position. Turn left at the bottom of Marshlands Road. Good beer. Food?