Wirral car hire

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With North Wales to the west, the elegant city of Chester to the south and the rocking beats of vibrant Liverpool just across the River Mersey to the east, arranging car hire in Wirral allows easy explorations of this interesting and distinct part of the UK.

Booking car rental in Wirral is a great idea if you want to make the most of your time in this destination...

Wirral, also known as the Wirral, can be found in the north west of England. It's at the other end of that famous ferry, the “Ferry Cross the Mersey”, which put Liverpool on the map for fans of musical chart-toppers Gerry and the Pacemakers in the 1960s. Wirral is a peninsula, jutting out towards the Irish Sea where England meets Wales. Visitors can drive across its width in around 15 minutes or tackle the length of the peninsula in about 30 minutes. It might not be big, but there are many ways to spend your time here.

Wherever you stay - and there are many pleasant towns and villages as well as countryside and coastal spots in which to stay - it's a doddle to access the attractions of the Wirral.

Take the time to visit Port Sunlight Museum and Garden Village. Built by William Hesketh Lever in the late 19th century to house his soap-factory workers, this remarkable bit of urban planning is now considered historically important. It's a beautiful place in which to simply amble and enjoy fine urban scenery.

Ness Botanic Gardens also wows visitors via scenery of a more natural form, while the beaches of the Wirral attract locals and visitors whatever the weather. Three of the best are Meols Beach and Moreton Beach, both within the North Wirral Coastal Park, and Red Rocks at Hoylake.

Golf lovers are also in seventh heaven - or should that be eighteenth heaven? There are more than a dozen golf courses around Wirral, many set in simply stunning locations.

Book car hire in Wirral in advance and make big savings. It's easy to find a great deal on car rental when you use TravelSupermarket's search tool. You can then collect your vehicle at a convenient downtown location.