Further Afield

 

If you want to escape the bright lights and hustle and bustle of Liverpool City Centre then there are a multitude of places you can explore, from glorious coastline to stunning English countryside. 

 

Southport

 

If you want to escpape the hustle and bustle of the city you can always escape to Southport. A mere 45 minutes away, the classic seaside resort of Southport boasts a beautiful beach, great attractions, an array of mouth-watering restaurants and plenty of parks and gardens within which to sit back and relax.



known as Englands Golfing Capital, Southport is also an ideal destination for you those golfing enthusiasts out there. With seven championship golf courses including the Royal Birkdale, Southport really is the golfers dream. For a spot of retail therapy, why not head to the Ocean Plaza where you can dine, catch a film and shop til your heart’s content! If you’re taking kids along, you must visit the new pleasureland, a fun fair with all your traditional fun fair rides, better still – entrance is free, so all you need to do is decide how many rides to go on!

  • For more information about Southport please visit www.visitsouthport.com 
  • Approximate driving distance from the hotel - 46 minutes (19.2 miles)

 

 

Manchester

 

If you’re feeling extravagant and fancy venturing a little further out then why not take a day trip to Manchester? This cosmopolitan city is very similar to that of Liverpool and is great for shopping, dining out, drinking and dancing. If its culture you’re after, Manchester has a great range of museums, art galleries and exhibitions and for those of you who love your football, there’s always Old Trafford and the City of Manchester stadium to keep you occupied!  

  • For more information about Manchester please visit www.visitmanchester.com 
  • Approximate driving distance from the hotel - 1 hr (36.2 miles)

 

 

The Lake District

 

The Lake District is a place of great natural beauty, boasting wild peaks, tranquil lakes, rolling hills and unparalled views. If you’ve a love of the great outdoors, take a 3 hour drive outside of Liverpool and find yourself against the one of UK’s most dramatic backdrops. You can partake in a fantastic range of activities in the Lake District including walking, kayaking, horse-riding, mountain climbing, rambling and quad biking. Relax and unwind after a long days’ activity with a cream tea in one of Cumbria’s quaint tea-rooms or a warm and cosy country pub. 

  • For more information on the Lake District please visit www.golakes.co.uk 
  • Approximate driving distance from the hotel - 2 hrs 10 minutes (104 miles)

 

 

Chester and Cheshire

 

Both Chester and Cheshire make for a great day out, especially if you’re a fan of great shops, historical landmarks and vibrant bars and clubs within which to dance the night away. Some of Chester’s greatest attractions include the Eastgate Clock, River Dee and of course, Chester Racecourse and if top-notch cuisine is your thing, why not stop off at Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill for a light lunch? Cheshire on the other hand is quite rural and has many parks and gardens, ideal for countryside walks and long strolls.  

 

 

Lancashire

 

Laid-back Lancashire presents tourists with stunning coastline and spectacular countryside, allowing weekend-visitors to sit back and watch the world go by. A place not to be missed is Blackpool, with its pleasure beach, Blackpool illuminations and of course, Blackpool tower. Unleash the child within and take a trip to the infamous fun-fair, whilst chomping on a huge bag of candy floss! Plenty of pubs, cafes and tea rooms are dotted around the town, providing comforting respite for weary travellers...  

  • For more information on Lancashire please visit www.visitlancashire.com
  • Approximate driving distance from the hotel - 1 hr 25 minutes (61 miles)

 




 

At a glance

  • 154 modern bedrooms
  • Restaurant & bar
  • Guest business centre
  • Free high-speed Wi-Fi
  • Great city-centre location
  • Car parking nearby