Bed & Breakfast in Liverpool
|| If you’re
looking for a simple yet cosy base during your stay in
Liverpool, then you’ll be pleased to discover that
the city has a wide variety of B&Bs on offer that
cater for all budgets.
To sample traditional bed and breakfast accommodation,
complete with a great fry up in the morning, then the Somersby Guesthouse [map] is probably just what you’re looking for.
Located four miles from the city centre, this family-run
B&B is set in a pleasant residential area and just
a short distance from the picturesque Calderstones Park.
It is a delightful Tudor-style house and offers guests
with a warm welcome, spacious rooms and a television lounge.
And for guests who enjoy a bit of nightlife, Allerton
Road with its cinema, wine bars and restaurants is just
a short walk away.
Also located close to local amenities but not far from
the hustle and bustle of the city centre is the Purleigh
Situated near Penny Lane, which was made famous by the
Beatles, this family home is set in a quiet and attractive
area of the city. Although evening meals are not served,
there is a variety of excellent restaurants within a short
For something a little more luxurious why not book one
of the two rooms on offer at the Parkland [map],
which is situated close to the historic Croxteth Hall
and Country Park. Along with the usual bed and breakfast
facilities, here you’ll find the added prestige
of an indoor heated swimming pool, which is available
If you’re looking for a rural location then why
not try the Cheriton Guesthouse [map] on the Wirral, which is perfect for business visitors
and tourists who want to avoid the city life. Set amidst
landscaped gardens, the Tudor-style house is close to
a number of attractions including West Kirby beach, the
marine lake, a golf course and the bird sanctuary at Hilbre
The Blundellsands Guesthouse [map] is another rural retreat located in between Liverpool
city centre and the tranquil seaside town of Southport.
This B&B is also close to a golf course.
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