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Riverside B&B
69 Waterloo Road
Liverpool
Merseyside

L3 7BE | View map

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We are a small b&b above a cafe on the working docks side (industrial side of the dock rd) leading in to the city. we are a favourite with football supporters building contractors and people going in to the city for a night out. we are not really ideal for children, as it can be a bit noisy on saturday nights. we do not really recommend it to people visitng with children or older people who are expecting a quiet weekend. but monday to friday it is fine. rooms are a basic no frills type of place . we have tea making facilities. there is a tv in room and shared bathrooms. 3 floors with 3 rooms on each floor, and a bathroom on each floor. 25 mins walk to albert dock, 30 walking mins to echo arena, 15 mins walk to home office, and 30 mins to shops and night live. bus stop top of street. 15 mins drive to football stadiums. please ring with your timeof arrival or if you would like an early check in. payment will be cash on arrival.

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