Birkenhead – United Kingdom

  • 300 Borough Rd, Birkenhead CH41 2UW
  • 2 Bedford Rd E, Birkenhead CH42 1LS
  • 18 Bebington Rd, Birkenhead CH42 6PU
  • 38 Argyle St, Birkenhead CH41 6AF
  • 228 New Chester Rd, Tranmere, Birkenhead CH41 9BQ
  • 31 Princes Pavement, Grange Precinct, Birkenhead CH41 2XY
  • 257 Grange Rd, Grange Precinct, Birkenhead CH41 2PH
  • 39 Derby Rd, Birkenhead CH42 0HX
  • 387 Woodchurch Rd, Birkenhead CH42 8PF
  • 167 Bridge St, Birkenhead CH41 1AY
  • 373 Woodchurch Rd, Birkenhead CH42 8PE
  • 70 Oxton Rd, Birkenhead CH41 2TW
  • 26 Grange Rd W, Birkenhead CH41 4DA
  • 463 Old Chester Rd, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead CH42 4NG
  • 1 Upton Rd, Claughton, Birkenhead CH41 0DE
  • 782 Borough Rd, Birkenhead CH42 9JG
  • 11 St Werburgh’s Square, Grange Precinct, Birkenhead CH41 2XX
  • 104 Laird St, Birkenhead CH41 8EN
  • 17 Prenton Rd W, Birkenhead CH42 9PY
  • 21 Oxton Rd, Birkenhead CH41 2QQ
  • 344 Woodchurch Rd, Birkenhead CH42 8PG
  • 56 Mill Cl, Birkenhead CH42 0LW
  • 151 Laird St, Birkenhead CH41 0AA
  • 269 Laird St, Birkenhead CH41 0AB
  • 54 Oxton Rd, Birkenhead CH41 2TW
  • 268 Conway St., Birkenhead CH41 4AH


About Birkenhead

Formerly a part of Cheshire, Birkenhead is now a part of the Wirral Metropolitan Borough in Merseyside, England. Wirral is on the other side of the Mersey River from Liverpool. There were 88,818 people living there in 2011.

The Birkenhead Priory, founded in the 12th century, and the Mersey Ferry both have their origins in this region. Birkenhead had phenomenal growth throughout the nineteenth century, mostly as a result of the expansion of the British manufacturing sector. Both Birkenhead Park and Hamilton Square were created at the same time as the first street tramway in Britain. The Mersey Railway was the first to tunnel through a tidal estuary, allowing passengers to travel between Birkenhead and Liverpool without having to change trains. Shipyard Cammell Laird and a port also got their starts there.

The town experienced a prolonged period of decline in the second half of the 20th century as a result of containerization’s effects on port activities. The Wirral Waters project will rejuvenate a large portion of the waterfront.

The town of Birkenhead is located in the Wirral Metropolitan Borough on the English island of Merseyside. Located on the south bank of the River Mersey, opposite Liverpool, is the town of Wirral. There were 88,818 people living there as of the 2011 census.

In the 12th century, the Birkenhead Priory and the Mersey Ferry were both established. In the 19th century, Birkenhead expanded tremendously as a consequence of the Industrial Revolution. The first street tramway in Britain, as well as Birkenhead Park and Hamilton Square, were designed. Shipyard Cammell Laird and a port were founded, and the Mersey Railway tunnelled under a tidal estuary to connect Birkenhead and Liverpool.

Because of a fall in port activity brought on by containerization in the late 20th century, the town went into a substantial decline in the second half of the century. Much of the dockland is scheduled to be revitalised as part of the Wirral Waters development.

Hotels in Birkenhead

  1. Marley Mansion Apartments – Borough

Address: Borough Road 675 Birkenhead

  1. Upton Village Guest House

Address: 4 Old Greasby Road Birkenhead

  1. Standard Bed and Breakfast

Address: 48 Raffles Road Merseyside

  1. Apartment 3 Hamilton Sqaure Birkenhead

Address: 33 Hamilton Square Birkenhead

  1. Marley Mansion Apartments – Borough

Address: Borough Road 675 Birkenhead

  1. Studio 2 @ Liverpool House

Address: 187 Bedford Road Studio Two Birkenhead

  1. The Rocklands

Address: Upton Rd Prenton Merseyside

  1. KCD Rooms – Rock Ferry 2

Address: Rock Lane East 26 Birkenhead