The peaceful and tranquil location of Ainsdale warrants many of its residents a leisurely lifestyle, with the best of outdoor scenery on their very doorstep.
Ainsdale Beach is just one of the beautiful stretches of sand that frames the North West coastline, providing a stunning setting for those who want to enjoy the best of their local wonders.
The beach is the only beach in the North West to have been awarded the Blue Flag, a certification which is awarded to beaches, marinas and boating tourism for meeting stringent standards in water quality, safety and environmental education. It is with the beauty of Ainsdale Beach that attracts so many local families to enjoy it.
The local council allow kitesurfing on the beach and so it is a popular hobby for families to enjoy during the summer months. As a dog-friendly beach, visitors can also find the furrier members of the family too enjoying the sights and sound of the beach.
The main transport line from Southport to Liverpool runs through Ainsdale, making it a great commuter area for workers in the nearby cities and towns. The Ainsdale train station is in plans to increase the capacity and ease of use for public transport.2
Royal Birkdale Golf Course is just two miles away from central Ainsdale and has hosted The Open several times. During this time, the influx of tourists in the area is the perfect opportunity to rent out property.3
Nearby Pontins, located near the coast of Ainsdale Beach, is set for a revamp to encourage tourists to the area.4
For those looking to experience a staycation, staying in the heart of all the action may not be too appealing. With just a 10-minute drive to nearby Southport, renting out property in Ainsdale could be extremely lucrative during the summer months.5 More money is being invested into the local area to develop amenities, improving accessibility and encouraging choice for residents.