The Banjo


1 Queens Road, ,, Bootle, L20 7BN

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THE BANJO is ideally located for visiting Liverpool. We are a 5 minute taxi ride from Liverpool city center, and within walking distance to both Anfield and Goodison park. The nearest public transport is BOOTLE ORIEL Road train station or BANKHALL which is few minutes walk away.

Our close proximity to Liverpool Ferry Terminal makes us ideal base for anyone travelling from Ireland or Isle of man. There is also buses every ten minutes running into city center Mon/Sat, on Sun they are every half hour.

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Showing Sunday 29 March 2015 to Monday 30 March 2015

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From 13:00 hours
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17/09/2014 to 31/12/2023 - Payment by Credit/debit card and Paypal accepted. Please note our latest check-in time: 19:00. Guests will not be accommodated after this time. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
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Very Good

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86% would recommend it to a friend


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  • E Baldorf

  • March 2015

Easy to find hard to get in

Hmm, let me start with the LateRoom booking confirmation.

I have no idea why it said that I would check in at 1400 and out same day at 1930, so I arrived and left on the 8th, and yet it stated it was for a night. Something for LateRooms to sort out. Arrived just after 1400, though, and the Banjo is easy to find due to it's looks, but the lack of street signs for King and Queen St. made it a bit difficult to find out where to get in. On Queen, even though there was another sign with another street name, there was a metal roll-down shutter, as it was an old pub, but banging on those gave no response. On the other side of the pub there was a huge black metal door, and that was the entrance, but no bell to press and no signs at all to indicate that this was the entrance to the B&B, and this should be sorted by the owners. In the LateRooms confirmation there was a contact number to the B&B, but when you called it there were no ring tone at all, and this need to be sorted as well by the owners. It turned out that I had received a text from another phone, so maybe that's the number to call, but you wouldn't know as it wasn't in the LateRooms mail. I mailed the Banjo, via the mail address that the LateRooms confirmation stated, but apparently they did not read that mail, this as I sent my arrival time, and yet I was later texted to ask me about arrival time. All this seems a bit unprofessional to me. Right, in the end, after about 15 mins wondering where to stay overnight, I hammered on the black door, and suddenly there were response on the 1. floor and Ali came down and let me in. She then gave me the tour and the keys and from then on it was smooth waters. Good bed but a terrible cable to the TV, but overall a good stay after I got in!.

Breakfast is self-service, which should be mentioned, this as I expected the big fry-up.

But now I know the tricks of the Banjo, I might stay again. PS There's not much nearby, beside a pub called William Sheakspeare.

  • c rigby

  • February 2015

Got what i paid for

The room was clean and the bed very comfy.

I got good value for my money and it suited my needs.

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