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Apartment in Merseyside
Modern 2 bedroom flat in the heart of the City
STRICTLY NO HENS/STAGS/PARTIES Modern 2 bedroom apartment, one double bed and one smaller double bed. Lounge area with dining table/ workspace. Luxury bathroom. Max 4 guests. Located in a residential complex in the heart of Liverpool's famous Liverpool One shopping centre . Central for all attractions : the Cavern Quarter, the Royal Albert Dock and historic buildings. City centre shopping, bars and restaurants are within easy walking distance. Ideal base for families, couples and professionals.
G$25,356 GYD per night
Apartment in Merseyside
Stunning City Centre Apartment & FREE Parking
A stunning apartment in the heart of the city with free secure parking. Enjoy a great nights sleep in the queen sized bed, minutes from all that Liverpool has to offer. Whether you are here to enjoy the nightlife, on a business trip or want to soak up one of the most diverse and interesting cities in the UK, it's all within minutes from this apartment. Regardless how you arrive it will either be a two-minutes walk from the train station or just enjoy hassle-free secure parking onsite.
G$29,885 GYD per night
Apartment in Liverpool
The Pembroke Studios
Pembroke Studios is ideal place to stay for both leisure and business travellers. The property is located in Liverpool and just 15 min walk from Liverpool ONE. We offer a unique combination of outstanding customer service and home comforts at exceptional value. All our Deluxe Double Studio apartments come with fully equipped kitchenette. FREE WiFi is provided throughout the property. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 11 km from the property.
G$17,929 GYD per night

Stay near Liverpool's top sights

Royal Albert Dock Liverpool72 locals recommend
Liverpool ONE244 locals recommend
Anfield Stadium115 locals recommend
Sefton Park163 locals recommend
Goodison Park52 locals recommend
Aintree Racecourse34 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Liverpool

Condo in Liverpool
Bright and beautiful city centre apartment
G$20,972 GYD per night
Townhouse in Merseyside
★ Luxurious City Centre Oasis With Parking ★
G$35,093 GYD per night
Apartment in Merseyside
Characterful abode with city VIEW & FREE parking
G$15,105 GYD per night
Condo in Merseyside
City Centre stylish Apt with Liver building view
G$22,354 GYD per night
Apartment in Merseyside
Ex Servants Quarters: Character Basement Apartment
G$14,562 GYD per night
Apartment in Merseyside
Penthouse apartment in the heart of Liverpool
G$29,702 GYD per night
Apartment in Merseyside
Stunning 2Bed Dockside Apt w. Balcony&FREEParking!
G$24,740 GYD per night
Apartment in Merseyside
Perfectly located period apartment with parking
G$25,029 GYD per night
Condo in Merseyside
Comfy Apt, Central location, Free Parking
G$32,935 GYD per night
Apartment in Liverpool
QUIET City Flat Close Lime ST /Hospital FAST WiFi!
G$18,436 GYD per night
Apartment in Merseyside
Spacious city centre apartment with iconic views
G$25,719 GYD per night
Loft in Liverpool
Unique, Cosy & Convenient Apartment in City Centre
G$22,493 GYD 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.

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 for vacation rentals, 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.

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.

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