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Self-Catering in Wavertree

Snooze 2, Wavertree, Merseyside

Snooze 2
Croxteth Road
Sefton Park


L8 3SQ | View map

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This annex to Snooze is adjacent to Liverpool's largest and most beautiful outdoor space Sefton Park (see map or google earth L8 3SQ) within a large suburban Victorian Semi. Facilities include secure off-street parking, 2 large double bedrooms one with en-suite and the other with a separate large bathroom and access to a communal open plan lounge area with very modern cooking facilities. The premises are 1.5 miles from the City Centre and 1.2 miles from the cathedrals and universities. It is within a few hundred yards of Lark Lane and Allerton Road, each of which contain a facinating array of restaurants for all tastes. A bus into the City Centre costs £1.60 and the stop is within 100 m. Taxis to City Centre attractions cost £5 and take 7 minutes. Take a Sunday walk in the huge recently remodelled Sefton Park at any time of year to see the Palm house, The Lake, and the stream meandering through woodland via a series of waterfalls and reed beds.This new addition to the Snooze portfolio offers an even more upmarket experience yet still at an affordable price and is suitable for groups of 4 or more

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