- 20 guest reviews
"Found the hotel with ease. Was greeted by a warm, friendly and helpful staff! we got there early but still there was no problem with us book..."
"In a pleasant suburb of Liverpool, this pub with rooms was good value for money. Nothing flashy, and yes, it probably would benefit from som..."
"My only real criticism is of the shower which took a very long time to adjust to a decent temperature, and also had very poor water pressure..."
"After some 40 years away it was nice to be back in Liverpool. Even better to be welcomed so warmly by Brian and his team! The food was great..."
"The rooms were basic, but exactly what we needed. The staff were very friendly. Our room was a bit cold, but upon advising the staff, they w..."
About the hotel
Located just 4 miles from Liverpool city centre and 5 minutes from the M62 motorway, Childwall Abbey Hotel is within easy reach of the many attractions of the European Capital of Culture 2008. After a day or night in the city, a short taxi ride will take you to the Childwall Abbey, located in the quiet suburbs where you can be assured of a good night's sleep and fantastic breakfast, all included in the price of your room. The hotel reopened in Spring 2008 following an extensive refurbishment of all rooms.
The exact origins of the Childwall Abbey Hotel remain a mystery but the commonly held belief is that the original Abbey building dates as far back as the Doomsday book. The building has been sympathetically restored, resulting in an impressive historic hotel, hiding 7 ensuite rooms operating under the Marston's Inns brand. All rooms are unique and designed with comfort in mind, with luxurious bedding, flatscreen TVs offering a range of digital channels and tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms. The heart and soul of the hotel remains the pub itself, serving food all day which can be enjoyed in the beautifully restored abbey building or outside in the pation or beer garden. A stay at the Childwall Abbey offers a unique experience - from the rumoured hauntings of a 15th century ghost to the tap room which hosted the Beatles in their former incarnation as the Quarrymen, the Childwall Abbey is steeped in Liverpool's rich and diverse cultural history.
Showing Thursday 26 November 2015 to Friday 27 November 2015Change Search
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- In room entertainment
- TV , [Channels] News , Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room
- Family friendly
- Children's Facilities - Outdoor
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 12:00 hours
- Pets are not allowed
65% would recommend it to a friend
A night in Liverpool
Found the hotel with ease.
Was greeted by a warm, friendly and helpful staff. we got there early but still there was no problem with us booking in and being able to go to our room ahead of time. The room was in keeping with what we thought, complete with draped four poster bed, en-suite shower room, and full tea coffee making facilities. it was clean, tidy and cosy. with a hint of the age of the building through the shaped windows. Room 7 offered a wonderful view out to the church opposite and the rolling landscape beyond. with ample parking and a wonderful full English breakfast in the morning Childwall Abbey did not disappoint. Thank you too all staff and management for making us feel welcomed.
Good value budget accommodation
In a pleasant suburb of Liverpool, this pub with rooms was good value for money.
Nothing flashy, and yes, it probably would benefit from some updating. But it's easy to get to anywhere in the south of the City, and was fine for an overnight stay .The only food we had was breakfast, which was fine.