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Went for a drive on a beautiful sunny September day, hadn't been here for years so we stopped to enjoy the views. In addition we had our lunch, visited a tea room and had an ice cream. Fab, so relaxing, really nice place well worth...More
I love an afternoon in Parkgate. We have a pint at the Boathouse, outside if the weather is good enough. Then walk to Red Lion for another. Then on to the Ship. We eat at the Ship or Chows - both great. Finish up with...More
Lovely to walk along what used to be a sea/river wall on the River Dee. A hundred years ago ships used to drop anchor here, but the Parkgate side silted up. Now a marshy wetland, it was quite pretty. It was quite chilly today, but...More
Parkgate seafront is steeped in history with no funfairs to spoil the quiet atmosphere. Restaurants and Pubs along the front overlooking a sea of grasses where silt was not dredged/removed since the River Dee lost it`s use as a navigable estuary. RSPB have taken over...More
Went to Parkgate for a walk along the seafront (although there is no sea), which has a wonderful view across the Dee estaury to the Welsh coast. This is always a very popular place, if you can get parked, but well worth the effort
We enjoyed a wonderful day at Parkgate Wirral today. We decided to dine at No.1 Mostyn Square, formerly The Marsh Cat.
Three of us had different dishes which were all first class. The
service and hospitality was also the same.
I can thoroughly recommend.
Parkgate was always a nice place to go for a walk and an ice cream. I had not been back there for years. It is now more manicured and a delightful description for a weekend away. The view of North Wales is wonderful, the walk...More
This is a lovely place to visit. Plenty of places for a drink or to eat and the views across to Flintshire and Point of Ayr are stunning.
You can walk from one end to the other in about 10 minutes without breaking into a...More