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Warehouse Loft, Perfect Location, rocket fast wifi
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.

Characterful abode with city VIEW & FREE parking
Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Characterful abode with city VIEW & FREE parking**CORONA UPDATE** In light of the current virus we have implemented a strict anti-bacterial cleaning regime so you can have peace of mind. Welcome in our humble home. Only a stone throw from the vibrant heart of Liverpool and Lime Street station. Beautifully appointed apartment with tons of space, charm and character. You can enjoy a quiet and gorgeous city view.

Stylish & Cosy Abode with FREE parking.
Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Stylish & Cosy Abode with FREE parking.Looking for the perfect home away from home to relax and explore the beauty of Liverpool? This beautifully appointed apartment with tons of space and charm could be the right place for you. Our stylish apartment is located less than 4 minutes drive from Liverpool city centre. We look forward to hosting you.

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Popular amenities for Liverpool vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Merseyside
Spacious Georgian family home with walled garden
$196 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Wallasey
Elegant Ground Floor Apartment
$91 per night
  1. Entire townhouse
  2. Anfield
⚽3 Bedroom House 5 MINS Walk to LFC⭐ FREE PARKING
$104 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Formby
Self contained studio in Formby
$59 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Merseyside
Superb City Centre Location With Parking
$74 per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Merseyside
Luxury 3-Bedroom Home: modern, clean + garden
$132 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Merseyside
$31 per night
  1. Entire loft
  2. Liverpool
Unique, Cosy & Convenient Apartment in City Centre
$101 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Merseyside
Good value apartment, close to Anfield and City.
$112 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Merseyside
Ex Servants Quarters: Character Basement Apartment
$63 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Merseyside
Entire Mezzanine Flat - Lark Lane / Sefton Park.
$98 per night
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Merseyside
Robin Lodge Studio, Woolton - On road parking
$55 per night

Top-rated things to do in Liverpool

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  • Beatles & Culture walk in Liverpool
    Your superb experience starts on William Brown Street outside the Walker Art Gallery and World Museum and opposite Liverpool Lime Street Station which is only 2-hours journey to London and finishes on on the waterfront at the new Beatles Statues. This brilliant shared tour in small socially distanced groups takes you through the World Heritage Site and you will learn how and why this city has changed with its superb Georgian and Victorian architecture, magnificent neoclassical buildings like St Georges Hall, the new £1 Billion development called Liverpool One built on an area devasted during the 1941 blitz and the Royal Albert Docks. For Beatles fans this tour with a FAB4 expert includes the Town Hall, Iron Door Club, former sight of NEMS, Eleanor Rigby, John Lennon & Billy Fury statues, White Star Pub, Cavern Wall of Fame & the Cavern Club. The tour will avoid all the busiest places and your local tour guide will help you to plan the rest of your visit. Other things to note This is an easy level guided walk around 2km and has something for everyone.
    From Price:$28 / person
  • Discover Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle
    1. We start at the Baltic Fleet pub were I'll set the scene for our tour, detailing a bit of the pub history - and we'll see if you can spot unique architectural clues 2. Liverpool Tea Warehouse for a tea tasting session with the lovely Debbie. 3. Story of the Nordic Church. One of only four octagonal churches in the whole of England. 4. Café's are sometimes off the beaten track, I'll take you to the best. 5. Public Art and murals. Almost as famous as the Liver Birds themselves, Paul Curtis's Wings is great for a selfie and it's our cover photo! 6. Vintage Indoor Market and Cains Brewery Village. We'll explore the many cool bars, stalls and maybe meet an artist or two! Other things to note The tour will be approximately 1 mile of walking but we stop frequently. There are opportunities to buy unique gifts and artisan food.
    From Price:$21 / person
  • Glassblowing Experience
    I am offering an advanced session to learn the process of creating a coloured borosilicate glass pendant art work. This is a workshop session for maximum 3 people and lasts 3 to 3.5 hours with a few breaks. During the session each participant makes minimum two ornaments and often more.. I teach how to blow a glass bubble into a head shape and add a face and hair with coloured glass rod. Towards the end of the session I will create a several demo pieces to show tricks and techniques. The participant will get to keep the demo pieces as well. Please note the pieces made need to be annealed in the kiln for 6 hours after the session end so they will not be ready to take home. I will post them safely or they can be picked up. Can take up to three weeks. I also issue a little self made named certificate as a memory. Not suitable for children under 10 years of age. Under 18's need to be with an adult. Welcome and Health and Safety instruction Glass Basics and tools Learning to handle a glass rod/tube Learning to create a button (maria) out of glass rod Learning to add colour to clear glass Moulding the shape Shaping the final glass artwork Other things to note Please call me on 07870738399 if you cannot find my glass workshop on the industrial site.
    From Price:$126 / person
  • Introducing Liverpool
    This city walking tour is a historical taster and introduction to all the key locations to visit whilst in Liverpool, including the Royal Albert Dock, UNESCO Heritage Waterfront, Castle Street & The Town Hall, Mathew Street & The Cavern Club and lots more. The tour lasts around 1 hour and 30 minutes. Other things to note This is a walking tour, we will be walking for around one and a half hours. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing that can be adapted for all weather conditions. Part of the walk includes a slight uphill/incline.
    From Price:$28 / person
  • Discover Liverpool's North Docks
    From the hidden indoor market to the artisan micro-brewery, we'll explore the North Docks of Liverpool. Starting at the famous grade 2 listed Tobacco Warehouse and the site of the proposed football stadium, we'll take a look at some unique dockside features and related history, including pop culture! Then we head to Liverpool's latest boutique indoor market, stopping at the Leeds Liverpool canal on the way. After a stroll through the clothes rails and vintage stalls we finish with a visit to a beautiful café for coffee or snacks. Finally we visit a hidden micro-brewery and taste the latest products! Other things to note Please dress to suit the weather. Flat shoes not heels please!
    From Price:$10 / person

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.

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