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64% would recommend it to a friend
A LOT TO LIKE ABOUT LIVERPOOL GUESTHOUSE
So it may not be like a big flashy 5 star hotel, but the guesthouse has a lot to offer visitors.
The homeliness of it is something you just cant get away from - small, compact and feelig like one is at home in one's own room or kitchen. You can also get to chat freely with other guests as the small nature of the accomodation affords that. Would definitely recommend it as a cheaper and morre valubale alternative to hotels and one more thing - in the last 3 hotels i've stayed in, the televison reception was deplorable. In the guesthouse, the picture on the televisions in the bedroom and dining area was first class. Well done Liverpool.
What must have been a storage cupboard as Room 11... very uncomfortable, no sleep!!!
I got given a single room, when I asked why, I was told it's a 'small double' because it was cheap at £38.00??. Cheek. 2. Room was a back of their high St shop. No windows apart from Glass Louver above door which was letting in noise and light, felt like in the corridors. 3. No wi-fi access in the room unlike what is advertised, receptionis pretended otherwise. 4. No hot drink making facilities in room-poor. 5. To make things worse, a big hidden toilet drain pipe running right by my pillow - waking me up every time upper floor toilets were used. Hence a baddly converted storage cupboard. I had to text them at 3:30 am only to receive an answer next morning after I left, to apologise. 6. When they say cooked eggs for breakfast, they mean boiled eggs. ... I could go on
7.I don't know what the other rooms are like but if you want to risk it, at least avoid room 11. 8. It's no longer cheap when you can't get a conformable sleep,I could have stayed in my car for free!
I didn't read any of the reviews before booking the hotel, which is the norm for me, and I'm glad I didn't.
The hotel it's self is approximately a 25 minute walk from the Coach station, which I expected. It's not in the nicest of locations granted, however my room was clean and the lady who I had dealings with whilst I was there was lovely. The toilet and shower were a few yards from my room (#10) and I also found a small selection of biscuits and a packet of crisps for me in my room. Breakfast was basic but it was what I expected - boiled eggs, bread to toast, cereals and fruit. There were a couple of very minor complaints that I had during my stay, which I addressed with the lady owner. These wouldn't stop me from booking again as it was just what I needed and expected from a budget hotel.
Great cheap and cheerful Liverpool accommodation just outside the city centre
Three of us stayed in a room for four, with a double bed and double bunks.
On arrival at the listed address, wondering where to park (only street parking available, but plentiful when we were there on a Saturday), we were checked in and told that we were actually staying in a different location, about quarter of a mile away. We were given keys and directions and headed to our property and found everything we needed, including cartons of drinks and snacks, as a nice touch. There are plenty of shops and fast food outlets (McDonalds, pizzas, etc.) nearby too. The room was more than adequate, sharing an adequate bathroom with a room next door. Breakfast next morning was also adequate - make your own cereal, toast, etc with jams, hard boiled eggs and fruit provided, as well as tea and coffee. The host there was really helpful in recommending sights to see and tailoring things of interest to the guests. We were the only ones staying that night and he really wanted us to make the most of our stay in Liverpool, which was great.
Very convenient for a quick city centre visit
Travelling for a seminar at John Moores University, which is only a mile or so away, was an ideal location for a one night stay.
The room was small but very clean and comfortable, the breakfast was self-service and perfectly adequate, the staff were extremely helpful and understanding of a belated check-in time. The only minor criticism was that the TV had very little reception.
My room was not cleam and tv didnt not work and the stairs was bad
This hotel is on a very busy road with no parking.
There is a brothel opposite as well as prostitutes literally on the door step late at night. Noise levels were awful, hot and cold taps were very temperamental.
Beds extremely uncomfortable
Ideal for cheap overnight business stay with no frills
I was in single room 10 which was small and narrow but was clean and warm.
There was a wardrobe, sink, mirror and side-table with a complimentary sweets and crisps. The guy on reception was pleasant and the communal bathroom was cramped but clean also. Its just off a main road but there's plenty of space to park outside for free. Its not the quitest plaxce given its location (lots of shops and restautants about) and the fact that its a converted Victorian building in which some of the rooms are partitions so could hear people walking about upstairs early evening and might have heard noise from adjacent rooms if they were full. All that said for £19 on a major route into liverpool with the City centre under 2 miles away you cant really complain if you're a lone, business traveller prioritising cost over needless frills
Cheap out of town digs
Bit out of town, but close to McDonalds run by a lovely couple.
My room was small and had bunk beds in it.
Breakfast was self service - but real kelloggs cornflakes and toast. Think someone had been smoking. Great value.