1 night for 2 inc breakfast, bottle of wine, 2 course meal & late checkout £89 at Hallmark Inn Liverpool @ Groupon (£75.65 w/code)
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1 night for 2 inc breakfast, bottle of wine, 2 course meal & late checkout £89 at Hallmark Inn Liverpool @ Groupon (£75.65 w/code)

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Found 15th Feb
07/03 use code GETAWAY for £75.65 price

Thought this was a great idea for a little break in Liverpool - right in the heart of the city and close to everything. The Terracotta Warriors are currently on display in the World Museum which is right near here too.

Various options but they are all available Sunday - Friday until 30th April with these dates excluded (16 Mar, 4, 6, 12-13, 19-20, 27 Apr 2018)

All rooms are en suite and you'll stay in a classic themed room with free wifi, hot drinks making facilities, flat screen tv and air conditioning.


Option 1: Includes a glass of Prosecco and late checkout at noon (Usually 11am)

  • £59 for 1 night
  • £99 for 2 nights
  • £129 for 3 nights

For an extra £30, you get a bottle of wine and 2 course meal - not bad for £15 each?

Option 2: Includes a bottle of wine and a two-course dinner on one night and late checkout at noon (Usually 11am)

  • £89 for 1 night
  • £129 for 2 nights
  • £159 for 3 nights


Sample starters for the 2 course meal include - Soup of the day, cod and haddock fishcakes, salt baked beetroot salad, spicy ginger and honey chicken wings and avocado salad.


Mains include - Cask ale battered haddock and chips, 8oz British beef burger, superfood salad, lemon and olive oil dressing with tofu, feta or teriyaki salmon, roasted butternut squash, pan roasted chicken supreme, aged British sirloin steak and papardelle pasta


Hotel has great reviews too.


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I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most beautiful city. The centre looks very European but the people are very English. However, not English that you see in London (moody, unfriendly type) but very friendly and chatty. Probably something to do with the North. I went even across the river...oh boy, that place is stuck in the early 80's. Liverpool, what a city.
Edited by: "roehampton" 26th Feb
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Ehhhhh dats a claking deal.
It is a good location but it is up a very steep hill from the shopping district. Perfect for the Royal Philharmonic, the two cathedrals and the Hope street area which has some very nice restaurants.
Can kids be accommodated in the deal?
Need to book Terracotta Army .
weekends are booked up till May. Weekdays were still available in April, well they were last week.
Gordybaillie4 h, 43 m ago

Can kids be accommodated in the deal?


There’s nothing in the fine print - give them a call on 033002834265 and ask?
Watch out for all the smackheads down the bottom of the hill and in cathedral walk at top of hill .
I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most beautiful city. The centre looks very European but the people are very English. However, not English that you see in London (moody, unfriendly type) but very friendly and chatty. Probably something to do with the North. I went even across the river...oh boy, that place is stuck in the early 80's. Liverpool, what a city.
Edited by: "roehampton" 26th Feb
roehampton13 h, 20 m ago

I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most …I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most beautiful city. The centre looks very European but the people are very English. However, not English that you see in London (moody, unfriendly type) but very friendly and chatty. Probably something to do with the North. I went even across the river...oh boy, that place is stuck in the early 80's. Liverpool, what a city.


Yeah that's how we see it . Across the water they're 30 years behind .
roehampton26th Feb

I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most …I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most beautiful city. The centre looks very European but the people are very English. However, not English that you see in London (moody, unfriendly type) but very friendly and chatty. Probably something to do with the North. I went even across the river...oh boy, that place is stuck in the early 80's. Liverpool, what a city.


I dreaded reading this comment as I was expecting it ( wrongly ) to be negative. Every time we go on holiday we hear the same old jokes, heard one guy from the south saying what a dump it was and scouser's are always whinging and whining, we called him out of course, turned out he'd never even been to the city.
roehampton26th Feb

I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most …I went to Liverpool once, a few years ago, and I thought it's the most beautiful city. The centre looks very European but the people are very English. However, not English that you see in London (moody, unfriendly type) but very friendly and chatty. Probably something to do with the North. I went even across the river...oh boy, that place is stuck in the early 80's. Liverpool, what a city.


Totally agree! I live in Liverpool and if anyone who hasn't been for 20 years comes and visits they would never recognise the place nowadays.
I drive a black cab in the city and every tourist I speak too has nothing but praise about how friendly we are and what such a lovely place Liverpool is.
I agree the opposite side of the river Mersey in Birkenhead is a place you don't really want to go to but the Wirral has some lovely places for days out, just drive quickly past Birkenhead and you'll love it.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 7th Mar
Currently sat in an office in Birkenhead and agree, it's a dump. Lots of parts of the Wirral are lovely though, such as West Kirby and Hoylake 😊
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