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Warehouse Loft, Perfect Location, rocket fast wifi
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Entire loft · 4 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 baths
Warehouse Loft, Perfect Location, rocket fast wifiStunning flat in a converted warehouse slap bang in the heart of Liverpool. A couple of minutes walk from the docks, L1 shopping and right on the edge of the vibrant Ropewalks with its character bars and restaurants. Super fast Wifi 67-76mgb per second (Some variation outside our control) Our guests can trust our enhanced cleaning rituals and feel confident that our professional cleaning team respect safety and hygiene above all else.
Ex Servants Quarters: Character Basement Apartment
Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Ex Servants Quarters: Character Basement ApartmentNow back fully open with the air bnb recommended enhanced cleaning regime. The apartment is in the basement of our Georgian Town House and a 15 minute walk into Liverpool city centre. It's entirely self contained with a modern bathroom, a large combined living room and kitchen with a double sofa bed, washing machine and double bedroom. The apartment is full of character with an Aga and bare brick walls. No stag or hen parties please.
Unique, Cosy & Convenient Apartment in City Centre
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Entire loft · 3 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 baths
Unique, Cosy & Convenient Apartment in City CentreSpend time in my cosy, quiet & unique city centre apartment. Close to everything you need for an amazing city getaway. If your here for football, The Beatles, general tourist activities or even a small couples break, my apartment will feel like a home away from home. I have fully equipped my home and pride myself on having a great airbnb that people can enjoy. Escape the bustling night life and make your self feel at home in my central, but quiet apartment.

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  • Free parking on premises
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Other great vacation rentals in Liverpool

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Crosby
Spacious Apartment Near Crosby Beach
G$23,190 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Liverpool
Comfy double bedroom nr Sefton Park
G$8,332 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Merseyside
Robin Lodge Studio, Woolton - On road parking
G$10,631 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Merseyside
Entire top floor apartment with double room.
G$11,206 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Merseyside
Large modern 1 bedroom apartment with parking
G$17,774 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Merseyside
Liverpool Dockside Apartment
G$53,358 per night
PLUS
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Merseyside
Stroll To the Park From a Light-Filled Home
G$32,591 per night
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  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Merseyside
Stylish & Cosy Abode with FREE parking.
G$15,188 per night
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Merseyside
Penthouse View, Central location & Free parking
G$34,191 per night
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Merseyside
Fresh stylish 2 bed haven in the heart of the city
G$17,650 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Merseyside
Beautiful boutique apartment in the heart of city
G$36,079 per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Liverpool
City centre apartment private room at the Marina.
G$10,344 per night

Your guide to Liverpool

Welcome to Liverpool

Liverpool often conjures images of its maritime legacy, its world-class football, or the birthplace of a certain famous band who played their first show here. Yes, Scousers — as the locals are known — certainly have a diehard love for their team and seem pretty proud of their rock ’n’ roll heritage. And history buffs can certainly sniff out tales of the city’s former glory at the many remarkable museums and historic landmarks, relics of a time when this grand port was one of the major hubs of global trade and industry. But that’s only skimming the surface of this Northern English metropolis.

Across Liverpool’s frenetic cityscape, you’ll find neighborhoods where creatives breathe life into the red-brick warehouses in districts such as the Baltic Triangle and the Ropewalks, known for their independent shops, music venues, and beer gardens. On the revitalized waterfront, the Royal Albert Dock, you’ll find contemporary art on display at Tate Liverpool as well as modern restaurants occupying centuries-old dockside spaces. It’s in corners of the city like these where you witness Liverpool’s modern character — wedged between icons of its past and the avant-garde glimmers of its future.


How do I get around Liverpool?

It takes less than an hour to get between Liverpool and Manchester by road and train, with these two metropolitan areas forming the urban center of Northern England. A longtime travel hub, Liverpool has easy connections to the rest of the United Kingdom by rail, intercity coaches, and Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL). Merseytravel operates the city’s public transportation system, with the local Merseyrail trains linking the city center to the surrounding region. Liverpool’s citybike network has more than 130 stations throughout the city where you can rent a bicycle — it’s the nation’s largest bike-share program outside London.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Liverpool?

Summer is the driest and sunniest season in Liverpool, with warm temperatures and long days making it the season for enjoying a pint in one of the city’s many beer gardens or enjoying a day at one of the nearby beaches. This means June, July, and August are the peak times, with festivals and events packing the weekend calendars. Late spring and early fall are usually as pleasant, but with fewer crowds. Winter guarantees plenty of drizzling rain and dark snowy days, though holiday markets keep the vibe bright over December and into January.


What are the top things to do in Liverpool?

Baltic Triangle

For an immersion in Liverpool’s alternative scene, head to this formerly industrial district set along the regenerated waterfront. By day, you’ll find specialty cafes, restaurants, and independent shops selling vintage records and streetwear. By night, the scene gets even more eclectic, when you might choose to hit one of the local breweries and beer gardens, or bob your head to an underground DJ’s beats in one of the warehouses turned venues. The creative energy reverberates into adjacent neighborhoods like Chinatown and the Ropewalks.

Speke Hall

Southeast of Liverpool’s city center, Speke Hall represents one of England’s finest examples of 16th-century Tudor architecture. Inside the oak-framed manor, preserved today by the National Trust, many period furnishings highlight the life of the region’s nobility throughout the centuries. In the estate grounds, you’ll find manicured lawns, a rose garden, and more open greenspaces where you can take a stroll and enjoy the scenery in each changing season.

Crosby Beach

Hop on the train for a 15-minute ride north to visit one of the most unusual sculptural exhibits anywhere: During low tide at Crosby Beach, the waters recede to fully reveal 100 cast-iron people with their faces toward the ocean. The work is named Another Place and it’s the creation of contemporary British artist Antony Gormley, who based each near-identical figure on his own body. The stretch of sandy shores here is simply a pleasant place for a stroll, too.