Find the best place to stay — Liverpool

Where to stay around Liverpool?

Our 2018 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 250 holiday lettings near Liverpool. From 138 apartments to 59 houses, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Liverpool is on HomeAway.

Can I rent apartments in Liverpool?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 138 apartments in Liverpool. Our other popular types of Liverpool holiday rentals include:

  • Houses: 59 self catering accommodations
  • Cottages: 45 self catering accommodations
  • Bungalows: 3 self catering accommodations

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Find your home away from home in an apartment in Liverpool

A bustling city rich in history, trade, and culture, Liverpool is one of England's most popular travel destinations. In order to fully enjoy a stay in this fine city, the proper accommodation is a must and can truly make all the difference. HomeAway has got apartments and cottages in Liverpool to suit any traveller's needs.

For visitors who would like to stay in the heart of the city, Liverpool apartments are available that are near all the main sights and sounds of Liverpool; Albert Dock, Echo Arena, museums, bars, and restaurants. Apartments for up to six guests are available and offer all the modern amenities one would expect: internet, linens, towels, television, radio, and much more.

HomeAway has also got cottages in and around Liverpool. These homes get guests away from the hustle and bustle yet still in the city in minutes, thanks to Liverpool's terrific public transportation system. These cottages in Liverpool have fully equipped kitchens, patios, and gardens.

Things to do

-The Tate Liverpool museum is an impressive gallery that displays works from the national Tate Collection. Visitors can take in works of British art dating from 1500 to the present day as well as international modern art. As at all Tate Museums across England, admission is free.

-Pier Head served as Liverpool's principle dock until about 1900. Tourists can see the impressive facades of the Three Graces: the Port of Liverpool Building, the Liver Building, and the Cunard Building. The Museum of Liverpool is also found here.

-A ferry trip across the Mersey is a fun way to see the city. Much of Liverpool is built up on hills, so this is a comfortable way to enjoy the famous skyline. There is a small admission fee that is well worth it.

-The beautiful Liverpool Cathedral is not to be missed. Simply viewing the structure is impressive enough, but a guided tour provides guests with a wealth of information on the history of this Gothic cathedral. A trip up the bell tower provides fantastic views over the city and into North Wales.

-The Magical Mystery tour is a must for Beatles fans. Schools, family homes, and birthplaces are just a few of the stops along this fun and informative tour. The tour bus is modelled after the one used by the Fab Four in the movie "The Magical Mystery Tour". Live guides and MP3 audio guides are available.

-The stunning Chinese Arch that marks the entrance the oldest Chinatown in Europe. A present from Shanghai, this structure is over 15 metres high and covered in dragons. Chinatown is packed with authentic Chinese restaurants, making it a great place for a cheap meal.

Weather in Liverpool

Summer is usually the best time to visit Liverpool. Being a coastal northern city, Liverpool temperatures are usually rather low. June sees the most sunshine with upwards of 10 hours per day. The average temperature in July is only about 16°C. The sea is warmest in August with an average water temperature of around 15°C. Winters are cold and wet with January being the coldest, measuring in around 5°C on average.

Travel to Liverpool

Liverpool has terrific road and rail networks as well as one international airport and an international port. Liverpool airport is located south of the city and offers flights to and from about 70 destinations. The city itself has an impressive underground railway network with service to the closer suburbs as well. Merseyrail provides service to all of Merseyside, and the national railway, Network Rail, connects Liverpool to major towns and cities across the England.

Attractions in and around Liverpool

First time in Liverpool and looking for places to see? Don't miss landmarks such as St. George's Hall and Paul McCartney's childhood home, and unique cultural highlights such as Merseyside Maritime Museum and World Museum Liverpool. You could easily spend a day shopping at Liverpool ONE and Clayton Square Shopping Centre. Plan to attend a game or event? Get tickets for Anfield Road Stadium or DW Stadium. Fun activities in the city include Albert Dock, Pier Head and the Three Graces and Liverpool Pier Head Ferry Terminal. Other popular places to visit in town include Walker Art Gallery, Tate Liverpool and Beatles Story.