Spacious double room with washbasin on the 2nd floor of town centre maisonette. Shared 2nd floor bathroom with other guest. Light & airy lounge and modern family kitchen on the 1st floor.
There is a strict 'No Smoking' policy throughout the accommodation.
As a fully furnished home we ask that guests treat the accommodation and our neighbours with respect. Noise should be kept to a minimum overnight and communal areas should be kept clean and tidy.
All doors and windows should be locked when leaving the accommodation.
Check-in is 3:00 PM local time and checkout is 12:00 PM local time unless otherwise agreed in advance.
The hosts must be notified in advance of any visits from non-residential guests.
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Welcome to my profile page. I'm Nick, 34, born and bred in the North-West of England. I moved to the Wirral Peninsula approximately 29 years ago (with some help) and have based myself in and around West Kirby for most of that time.
I have to work, sometimes, which is unfortunate, and has been the bane of my life. However I have been hosting guests on Airbnb for a few months now and have really enjoyed all aspects of it, well, apart from all the ironing! With a background in Hospitality I take real pride in ensuring every guests stay is comfortable and that they are made to feel at home.
I have welcomed guests from around the world and so far have scoffed chocolate gifts from Malaysia, Dublin, Switzerland and Denmark. So far, 'Toms Chokolade' from Denmark is in first place. Very moreish!
Aside from work I take the opportunity to enjoy many of the outdoor activities on offer locally, especially Cycling, Wind surfing, Golf and an unhealthy obsession with Cricket. I've yet to be seduced by Bird Watching but I hear the Dee Estuary is a Mecca for Twitchers, if you're into that sort of thing. North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park are also 'on the doorstep' and you can often find me rolling around mountains and throwing myself off cliffs at 'ZipWorld'.
West Kirby has a great array of restaurants, bars and cafes to enjoy, special mentions go to 'The Wro', 'Aubergine Cafe', 'Slinky's' and 'The Tap'. However if you're after *probably* the best night-life in the UK just jump on the train to Liverpool (trains every 15 minutes at peak hour, approximately 45 minute journey, 1 min walk to station) and visit The Albert Dock, Matthew Street and Concert Square. Since becoming the European Capital of Culture in 2008 the investment in the docklands and surrounding areas has transformed Liverpool into a global tourist hotspot, enjoy!
Whilst the accommodation will mostly be kept free of personal artifacts,you may find a horrific selection of popular fiction, Guardian magazines and Michel Gondry films which you are more than welcome to ignore.