You’ve arrived in West Kirby, a town situated in Merseyside, north-west England, UK. It lies on the Wirral Peninsula at the mouth of the River Dee.

Nearby towns include Noylake to the north-east, Grange and Newton to the east, and Caldy to the south-east. When it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in West Kirby, however, you don’t have to venture that far.

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Historically, the name of this town is of Viking origin, once recognised as “Kirkjubyr”, which means “village with a church.” The term “West” came about later to distinguish it from the other town of the same name in Wirral:

Kirkby-in-Walea (now known as Wallasey). Dominating the area is the West Kirby Marine Lake, which has a Victorian promenade well worth visiting.

But that’s not all on offer here. Indeed, when it comes to Afternoon Tea West Kirby Tearooms, there is plenty of choice. Why not visit one today, treating yourself to scrumptious scones, heavenly cake and dainty finger sandwiches – all washed down by a nice, warming cuppa?