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Woodlands Guest House
10 Haigh Road
Waterloo Park
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Crosby
Merseyside

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We are located five miles from Liverpool City Centre with good public transport links to the City; John Lennon Airport and the coastal town of Southport. We are also close to the motorway network. The seafront is 10 minutes away and its promenade is a lovely place for a walk as is the nearby country park with its wide variety of wildlife.Although we are located in a quiet residential area; within five minutes walk there are a wide variety of shops and a great choice of bars and restaurants; you can eat around the world on our doorstep! You will find almost every form of retail therapy in Liverpool and elsewhere in the City Region. City Centre Liverpool boasts some of the largest big-name High Street stores in the country. The size of 28 full-size football pitches; Liverpool ONE brings the best in fashion; home and leisure to the city. With more museums and art galleries than any other city - outside of London - Liverpool is a 'must see' destination for all culture vultures! Performing arts in Liverpool have a substantial reputation and famous city theatres like the Playhouse; Everyman; Empire and Royal Court have all hosted performances by writers; directors; actors and actresses who have gone on to become world-famous names in the world of theatre; film and television.

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