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Snooze Guest Accommodation, Wavertree, Merseyside

Snooze Guest Accommodation
232 Picton Road
Wavertree
Merseyside

L15 4LL | View map
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Snooze Liverpool is located on a main arterial route into Liverpool City Centre, just 1.5 miles out. Most guests heading into the city centre take the bus or call a taxi. If you don't feel like facing the city centre rush you could head to a nearby bar or restaurant of our recommendation. The nearby centres of Lark Lane and Allerton Road are completely unique and a lot of the restaurants are just as good if not better than the city centre. Visiting Lark Lane will give you a Liverpool Experience you won't forget. With the success of European Capital of Culture for Liverpool in 2008 we have shown the world the best of our creative thinking and our wonderful cultural attractions. Why not stick around read on and find out about our wonderful cultural city and all it has to offer! Liverpool is more than just a city with a big reputation - It's the centre of a vast area of beauty, culture and entertainment that deserves exploration. Many of the attractions on offer are superb value or even free. A stroll around the UNESCO-listed waterfront will take up a morning and probably fill your camera's memory card.The Three Graces, Albert Dock and Pier Head are as iconic as they are dramatic, and delving into their history in the city's museums is an enlightening (and free) experience.

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