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GO Romantic in Liverpool

Romantic Evenings in Liverpool The Beatles would probably say, ‘All You Need is Love’, but in reality you may need a few little extras to make your romantic getaway just perfect. But fear not Liverpool has some wonderful hotels, restaurants, attractions and entertainment to put you in the mood for love.

For accommodation to impress your other half why not try the Marriott City Centre Hotel [map], which has an excellent leisure club, including a swimming pool and whirlpool, plus a superb restaurant and cocktail bar. If you really want to splash out then you can book one of the executive rooms or suites.

If you’re planning a luxurious break with your partner, then the landmark Trials Hotel [map] in the city centre is a good place to stay, with its magnificent bar and exquisite Victorian architecture. The suites are furnished in an elegant style and each contains a deluxe jacuzzi and entertainment centre, to help create a very romantic setting.

Once you’ve got a place to stay, you’ll need to decide where to take your loved one for a romantic day trip and an even more special night.

When it comes to fairytale settings for that perfect getaway there’s a lot to choose from in Liverpool, such as the beautifully restored Albert Dock [map]. Here you can enjoy a gentle stroll hand in hand along the water front, grab a bite to eat in one of the trendy restaurants, such as Est Est Est and Blue Bar and Grill, or check out the top attractions, including the Tate Gallery.

Another place to escape to for a day of love is Croxteth Hall and Country Park [map], which is located just 20 minutes drive from the city centre. Once the ancestral home of the Molyneaux family – the Earls of Sefton – it includes an historic hall, a Victorian walled garden and magnificent woodland.

For a fun day out where you can see the majority of Liverpool’s landmarks, why not take a ‘Ferry Cross The Mersey’, which departs hourly from the Pier Head. The best part of an hour can be spent enjoying a spectacular view of the waterfront while listening to a lively commentary that covers more than 850 years of history.

You can even break up your journey by stopping at the Woodside terminal to visit the delightful Edwardian style Woodside Restaurant, where you can enjoy a light lunch and rejoin a later cruise on the same day.

Once you’ve enjoyed a beautiful day together, you’ll probably want to share an even more wonderful evening together, so why not visit one of Liverpool’s many cosy little restaurants.

Taste [map] is a trendy cafe bar and restaurant based within the Tate Gallery at Albert Dock, which offers a classic setting for a relaxed meal.

Or you could try delicious French cuisine at L’Alouette [map], which is located among the bustling shops and cafes on Lark Lane in the city centre. Throughout the evening, the open fire and candlelight create an altogether more romantic atmosphere, with a great menu to match.

After the meal why not head to a cinema, such as the tiny Woolton Picture House [map], which is hidden away up a little side street in Woolton Village.

Or you could enjoy a night at the theatre, maybe at the more intimate Unity Theatre [map] situated close to Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. Established for more than 21 years, this is the city’s most innovative theatre, which combines classic drama with new talent, and plays host to local, national and international productions.

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