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Mere Brook House, Thornton Hough
Anyone who has been to Merseyside will know how proud its residents are to hail from here - and with good reason. This part of the UK has a reputation for its industrial heritage as well as for its contribution to pop culture - home to the Beatles, two internationally honoured football teams and the Grand National steeplechase at Aintree. It's also a treasure trove for holidaymakers. Visitors will find plenty to see and do in Merseyside, visit Royal Albert Dock in Liverpool, the Tate Liverpool, or take an iconic ferry trip across the Mersey. Play golf along the coast, visit Titanic & Liverpool or take the two-mile walk across the sand from West Kirby along the Dee Estuary to Hilbre Island. If that's not enough, rest your head at the region's hotels, inns, B&Bs or pubs with rooms. From 2 Blackburne Terrace to Hope Street Hotel, Lock and Key to Mere Brook House, whether you're visiting with friends, family, on a romantic break or taking a few days to yourself, there's much to discover in Merseyside.