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We are a Camping and Caravan Club Certified Site and on our Orchard Field we offer five grass pitches with electric hook-ups for motorhomes, caravans and tents. We also have our Back Field for tent camping and a Rally Field is available for hire by caravan societies/clubs.
Ours is a very pleasant rural campsite on a working farm. The Orchard Field campsite is located to the rear of Arrowe Brook farmhouse and you can set your caravan up in the small orchard behind the farm barns. The Orchard Field campsite is accessed from the main farmyard and you have to turn right and then left of the farmhouse to enter the sheltered and secluded field.
Arrowe Brook Farm is a lovely site with lots to offer in the way of peace and quiet. It provides a central location for exploring Wirral and the wider attractions in Liverpool and Chester areas. It is also a great place for a quiet break, so come and unwind in the lovely Wirral countryside.
To get to the Irby Mill, turn left out of Arrowe Brook Farm and at the top of Arrowe Brook Lane you will come to Wirral’s best real ale pub which serves great food too. A warm and inviting pub with a great selection of cask real ales, it also serves lovely homecooked food. Click here for more info.
Greasby village is also home to The Manor restaurant which has delicious food for that special treat. Click here for more info. There are also many other great local pubs and restaurants in Greasby for a superb night out.
The Visit Wirral website has listings of local events in and around Wirral. See www.visitwirral.com to discover Wirral’s great places to visit like The Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight and the Williamson Museum in Birkenhead.
Wirral has beautiful villages to explore, Thornton Hough and nearby Raby are filled with character and there is always the Wheatsheaf Inn and Cowshed Restaurant in Raby to refresh you after a lovely day out.
West Kirby and Hoylake offer a great combination of beaches, sport and vibrant cafes and restaurants. Hoylake is home to the famous Royal Liverpool Golf Course which regularly hosts the prestigious Open Championship.
Wirral’s west coast is a birdwatcher’s paradise with opportunity to see the flocks of wading birds who love the Wirral shore at West Kirby, Parkgate and Neston. Don’t forget to take the walk out to Hilbre Island to enjoy the unique views of the Dee Estuary and north Wales and see if you can spot the seals who gather on the sandbanks.
Ness Gardens has beautiful botanical gardens to explore and has many great events through the year and has played host to BBC R4 Gardeneners’ Question Time. We have leaflets of the great local walks and bike trails.
New Brighton is worth a visit for some traditional seaside entertainment and offers a great variety of things to do, from playing a round of crazy golf to watching a film at the Light Cinema. Don’t forget to see What’s On at the Floral Pavilion Theatre which offers great theatre, music and comedy entertainment and also has a superb cafe with unrivalled views across the River Mersey.
For more information see www.floralpavilion.com.
Cosmopolitan and vibrant Liverpool is just a 15 minute drive away via the Mersey Tunnel. For super shopping, great entertainment, culture and of course music Liverpool is the place to visit. The spectacular Liverpool riverside skyline looks particularly impressive in the evening when the city really comes alive with live music venues, theatre, comedy clubs and nightlife not to be missed.
For more information take a look at the Visit Liverpool website: www.visitliverpool.com.
If you don’t fancy taking the car you can also get to Liverpool conveniently from Arrowe Brook Farm using public transport. The local bus route 83/83A bus stop is on Arrowe Road which is a 5 minute walk away. We recommend that you follow the footpath and walk via Arrowe Park down to Arrowe Road as Arrowe Brook Lane itself has no pedestrian route.
If you would like to get a direct bus through to Liverpool (Arriva Bus 437) the nearest bus stop for this route is on Greasby Road or in Greasby village.
Trains to Liverpool also run regularly from West Kirby and the nearest train station is at Meols which has good car parking.
You can also take the historic passenger ferry across the Mersey from Woodside or Seacombe ferry terminals.
Further information on travelling around Wirral can be found at www.merseytravel.gov.uk.