Short stay for 1 night, 2, 3 nights, the weekend, or long term
You can find many serviced apartment rentals for just one night, or whether you want to stay in the city for a weekend or spend a whole month in Liverpool UK. You certainly will manage to find affordable studios, cheap aparthotels, self catering apartments and holiday flats tailored to your needs and budget. Many are perfect as party apartments (pads) for stag and hen party’s.
Some of the city’s rich history can be seen on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Liverpool Museum. Do you love art ? Visit the Lady Lever Gallery, the Tate Liverpool or the Walker Art Gallery. Don’t miss a visit to the Old Albert Dock, which now have been converted into shops, apartments and restaurants. Nearby is the Beatles museum.
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Self Catering Accommodation in Liverpool
Liverpool UK – City Centre – Why ?
Looking for a short stay in Liverpool ? Whether it’s a football trip for just one night or a short weekend get-away, one would struggle to find something which doesn’t excite the senses. Considering the city is home to Liverpool FC, the city garners an unusually high amount of international attention.
It’s an up and coming destination for fans that would never have given a second’s thought to such a city. As such, Liverpool is a popular tourist destination which offers party for stag and hen, and holiday apartments for rent, catering to a range of budgets.
The city is thriving with a rich history, boasting several notable landmarks, as well as its fair share of pretty streets. Many of the streets in the city centre are lined with dozens of Grade 1 listed buildings, making a short stroll down the high street a sophisticated experience.
Unknown by many, Liverpool actually has the historic position of being one of the most important trading ports in the world, granting the city the privilege of having some grand buildings. However, it’s not just buildings that Liverpool boasts about.
The Victorian parks in Merseyside have been described by The English Heritage National Register of Historic Parks as the most important in the country – a bold statement!
Not into history or architecture? There’s still plenty to do. Being one of the UK’s biggest cities, Liverpool is no stranger to up-market cuisine; the fine dining experience is constantly evolving, and as such the food scene is flourishing. The case is the same for shopping. Clothes, fine furniture, independent family shops on quiet back streets – Liverpool has it all.
Cheap rental : Short Stay – Holiday or Party Pads (Stag & Hen)
You can find many serviced apartments to rent only for one night, or whether you want to spend time here for a weekend or a whole month in Liverpool Merseyside. There is a wide selection of apartment rentals to choose from for all types of visitor. Budget studios or aparthotels, as well as top-class five-star properties and luxury self catering accommodation, for holiday or party.
It’s a popular city, so plan well ahead for the best deals. It can be busy especially if you visit during the Grand National, which takes place at the Aintree racecourse, or when Liverpool FC is playing at Anfield Road football stadium.
Many accommodations offer free Wi-Fi access or a 24h concierge service. You’ll find places to stay right in the city centre, set in historical industrial buildings, near all shopping, bars and restaurants. Whether you want to stay in a quieter location on the outskirts of the city, there’s sure something for you.
Many are ideal as party pads apartments in Liverpool. These flats are used for nights out by party goers. These groups of people rent Party Apartments rather than a single hotel room for the night. Many Party Apartment have also luxury spas and jacuzzi’s.
Main railway station ?
The biggest railway station of Liverpool is Lime Street Railway Station, which is connected with numerous destinations all over the country. The station is operated by Network Rail (overground) and Merseyrail (underground).
Long distance destinations include London, Milton Keynes Central, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the walled city of York and Nottingham in Nottinghamshire UK.
Where is Liverpool ?
- Preston city in Lancashire — 26 miles
- Blackpool seaside and beaches — 28 miles
- Blackburn — 31 miles
- Manchester accommodations — 31 miles
- Bolton town center — 33 miles
The city is served by Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL).
5 Must See Attractions and Sights
(Unit 22, Edward Pavilion, Liverpool Waterfront, Merseyside L3 4AF, United Kingdom)
Famous waterfront World Heritage Site packed with shops, restaurants and bars as well as the Tate Liverpool, International Slavery Museum, The Beatles Story and Merseyside Maritime Museum.
The Cavern Club
(10 Mathew St, L2 6RE United Kingdom)
The Cavern Club is a legendary venue, made famous by the Beatles. Have your photograph taken on the famous stage, the names of the bands who played here are written on the back wall.
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
(St James Mount, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 7AZ, United Kingdom)
Largest cathedral in the UK. Don’t miss a trip up the tower, you will be rewarded with spectacular views across Liverpool and beyond.
Walker Art Gallery
(William Brown Street,L3 8EL, Merseyside UK)
The Walker Art Gallery houses an impressive collection of artwork, from ancient to modern. See works by Rembrandt, Hockney, Holbein, Turner, Lowry, Rossetti, Millais and Freud.
(City Centre of Liverpool, England)
UNESCO World Heritage Site at the city’s waterfront, home of the Three Graces (Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building, Port of Liverpool Building), and cruise terminal building.
Take a boat cruise across its famous river for the best views of Liverpool’s iconic waterfront. Enjoy and listen to a talk about its history.