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Flat 1 – price £90.00per bed per night, thus minimum price £270.00 per night. Extra beds are £35.00 per night each
1 bedroom – 3 double beds (sleeps six)
Ground floor Kitchen and lounge area with wall mounted tv (sleeps extra 2), fitted shower room suite with sink and fitted vanity unit. Fitted wardrobes to bedroom, wall mounted TV, lighting operated via remote control. Kitchen fully fitted complete with hob, microwave, utensils and crockery & cutlery, fridge. All bed linen and towels are included in the price.

Children and extra beds

+ 2 (camp beds)


No Pets Allowed.

Accepted credit cards

Visa and All Credit Cards

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  • Bed linen and towels
  • Car Parking
  • Central Heating
  • Modern Kitchen
  • Remote Lighting
  • Wall mounted TV

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    Luxury apartments in a fantastic location in the city centre.

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Rodney Street Apartment 1

Rodney Street Apartment 1As the name suggests, this area of Liverpool encircles Mathew Street, the home of the world-famous Cavern Club and also Eric’s, along with a range of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes, and the highly popular and successful annual summer music event, International Beatle Week. Mathew Street is a vibrant focal point in The

Sports & nature

Sports & natureAt Liverpool Football Club's interactive museum, The Liverpool FC Story, visitors can discover over 120 years of LFC history and explore football, past and present, with the help of state of the art technology and never seen before displays. New at the museum, the Steven Gerrard Collection is the former captain's exclusive personal collection of footballing memorabilia for fans to enjoy. Among the items on display are Gerrard's LFC and England shirts, signed opposition shirts, medals, trophies and awards, England caps and match items from Istanbul 2005. Also at the museum, visitors can take a tour through the Halls of Fame and see areas dedicated to stars of the past and present, see all 5 European Trophies, plus loads more silverware that LFC have won in their illustrious career. To enhance the experience, every visitor is provided with a multimedia handset with personalised 40 minute commentary by LFC Legend, Phil Thompson, who shares his experience of starting as a fan, becoming a player, then captain, before becoming assistant manager and manager of the world's greatest football family. It also includes player profiles, videos of current LFC heroes in action, historic LFC moments as well as awe-inspiring moments featuring LFC's legendary 12th man - the fans. To keep the kids entertained, there's interactive games and activities including 'place a penalty' where they can take a penalty at the European Cup final!


A chance of a lifetime awaits you as you experience the magic of Goodison Park. Wonderful opportunity for all the family to see and hear behind the scenes of the world famous Everton Football Club

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoLiverpool is a city that is very proud of its nightlife, both due to the variety and quality on offer. From superclubs to pubs with dogs, a thriving gay quarter to comedy venues on the waterfront, dance warehouses to concept bars, Liverpool at night has many faces. We’ve divided some of our top tips into the city’s various districts, although everything is so close together that you can easily explore.

Seel Street

Seel Street and the area around it have undergone a major transformation in the past decade or so, to the point that it is now a go-to for nightlife. No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll find it here. Glamour and Latin dancers in a former Polish church: Alma de Cuba. Hawaii’an-themed cocktail bar: Aloha. Traditional pub with top-notch food: The Monro. Hot dogs, steins and a bar with a secret code: Salt Dog Slims. This is without even mentioning Santa Chupitos, Almost Famous or Empire. And of course, if you’re staying out until the bitter end, The Peacock and Heebie Jeebies are always good for a dance.

Hardman Street

Some of the best traditional pubs in the city are dotted around Hardman Street or one of its myriad off-shoots. The Pilgrim and Ye Cracke, the latter a favourite of John Lennon when he was an art school student, are two excellent atmospheric pubs in the shadow of Liverpool Cathedral. Further down, opposite the bombed-out church, sits The Roscoe Head – a real ale specialist pub which is one of only seven pubs in the country to appear in every edition of the Good Beer Guide. The Cambridge, on the University of Liverpool campus, is the watering hole for various academics, students and thinking drinkers. And last but certainly not least, there’s The Philharmonic Dining Rooms – a cracking pub in a grade-II listed building with famously ornate toilets. Liverpool’s LGBT nightlife is centred around Dale Street, Cumberland Street and Eberle Street – all of which surround Stanley Street, the de facto heart of the city’s gay quarter. There are plenty of great places to dance until sunrise, including G-Bar, Pink, Heaven, Navy Bar and Superstar Boudoir. If you want something a bit quieter, pubs in the area include The Poste House (with its upstairs disco), The Curzon and the iconic Lisbon.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoLiverpool has one of the most impressive collections of museums in Europe. Opened in 2011 in a landmark waterfront building, the Museum of Liverpool is the UK’s first museum dedicated to the history of a city. Visitors can explore how Liverpool’s port, its people and its creative, industrial and sporting history have shaped the city. Many museums and galleries are located around the Albert Dock, such as the Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum, where you can find out all about the companies, people and ships connected to this port city. St George’s Quarter, close to Lime Street station, is home to World Museum, where you can discover treasures from around the world, meet live creatures and explore outer space. In Wirral, Port Sunlight Museum and Garden Village is a great day out, celebrating the unique heritage of this industrial landmark. You'll also find the Wirral Tramway and Transport Museum - a celebration of Birkenhead's place in the history of public transport

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