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The Liver View - Wallasey Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Liver View

Church Road, Wallasey - Map
"nice hotel"
I had to go to a funeral in Liverpool midweek. I have never been to Liverpool before and looked at many hotels. I chose the Liver View because of so many good reviews. I am glad I did. A friendly hotel with somewhere to park for free. you also have free wi fi and breakfast included. The hotel is by a tunnel into Liverpool and also the ferry so it is ideal if you want to pop over to Liverpool and want to stay in a lovely clean hotel
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Prince Alfred - Liverpool Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Prince Alfred

261-263 Rice Lane, Liverpool - Map
"Cheap and cheerful"
You get what you pay for, very basic but clean and ideal for a one night stay :)
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Black Lions Guest House - Birkenhead Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
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Black Lions Guest House

704-706 New Chester Road, Birkenhead - Map
"A welcoming, friendly place."
I was visiting Birkenhead, to meet my Son, and found The Black Lions Guest House. I was lucky to have discovered it. The hotel is situated on the New Chester Road, in Rock Ferry. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I arrived very early. I was dreading having to ask if my room was ready at 10.30 a.m, but Nick, the owner, was absolutely fine with the situation, and was so accommodating (The website mentions 2 p.m. as the earliest booking in time, but if you e-mail Nick beforehand, he will do his best to fit you in) The room was en-suite and was clean and well provisioned with the basic requirements. Nick was only too glad to furnish me with the local travel options as well as directing me to a local pub who were known for excellent pub meals. Breakfast was beyond reproach, and a full English with Coffee was wolfed down. (Again, Nick was always ready to fulfil any reasonable request. At one point,I ran out of milk, tea and sugar, a quick word with Nick and I was replenished. :-) ) Again, due to unforeseen circumstances, I had to leave in the early evening of my second day there, but will certainly be re-visiting in the near future.
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The Knowsley B&B - Liverpool Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

The Knowsley B&B

282A Commercial Road, Liverpool - Map
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    Pocket Guide: Bed and Breakfast Hotels in Liverpool

    Book a friendly bed and breakfast in Liverpool and explore the city's excellent museums and art galleries.

    Start the Day with a Tasty Breakfast

    Each morning, you can look forward to a delicious full English or continental breakfast with a freshly brewed coffee. Often, bed and breakfasts will provide fresh fruit, juices, cereals, toasts or croissants, and some may also serve sliced cheeses and cured meats.

    Quality Amenities and Comfort at Bed & Breakfast Hotels in Liverpool

    Sleep well, wake up ready for a long day of sightseeing. Virtually all bed and breakfast establishments include in-room WiFi access so you can easily check your travel documents, make online reservations for local restaurants and performances venues, or contact friends and family via Skype. Some bed and breakfasts offer parking facilities, and it may be possible to request an extra bed or cot in your room free of charge or for a daily supplement.

    Explore Albert Dock

    This dock opened in the early Victorian period and became one of the busiest in the world, storing huge quantities of sugar, cotton and other products brought in from the rest of the British Empire. Today, Albert Dock is a flourishing cultural hub, home to many of Liverpool's most popular visitor attractions such as the Tate Liverpool art gallery, the Beatles Story Exhibition, and the Merseyside Maritime Museum. It also has an excellent variety of restaurants and cafés, and plenty of lively bars and clubs.

    Go to the World Museum

    Covering everything from archaeology to natural history, the World Museum is perfect for a family afternoon out. Visit its Egyptology section where you can observe thousands of artefacts dating back to Prehistoric times, see its interesting space and astronomy exhibition, and learn about the history of the planet through thousands of fossils.

    See Liverpool Cathedral

    The city's magnificent cathedral is one of the largest in the world, measuring nearly 190 metres in length and reaching a height of just over 100 metres. Built between the Edwardian and Post-modern era, it is significantly more modern than most other cathedrals of a similar size, although it appears much older due to its Gothic Revival architectural style.

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