Liverpool Hotel Stay with upto 15 nights FREE Parking - £24.75pp (£49.50) based on 2 Adults @ Village Hotels
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Liverpool Hotel Stay with upto 15 nights FREE Parking - £24.75pp (£49.50) based on 2 Adults @ Village Hotels

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Refreshed 11th Apr (Posted 12th Mar)
If you're heading off on your holidays or even just a mini break, you can get a hotel stay + Up to 15 days FREE Parking from as little as £24.75pp

Click the link, select the dates you want, quite a few at £50, then checkout.

Parking usually costs quite a bit in the Airport/elsewhere so should save you a bit of cash.

  • COMFY DOUBLE BED FOR 2
  • FREE WIFI
  • FLATSCREEN TV
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DONOTbuyfromAmazon2 h, 33 m ago

it isn't far enough away from Liverpool!


Yes Liverpool must really be bad It not only won the award of European capital of culture, has Two superb football teams, is also an UNESCO world heritage site on the waterfront, a music history to make any city proud and millions has been spent on redevelopment.
Maybe these are a few of the reasons hundreds of thousand of people visit there every week.
You'd be better off in the city centre.

P.S. the obvious jokes are tiresome and outdated.
Pateo2 h, 45 m ago

I didn't know That village hotel is only 5 minutes away from our house, …I didn't know That village hotel is only 5 minutes away from our house, just saying



You offering an alternative... Air BnB
It's nowhere near the airport though..
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It's nowhere near the airport though..
A good price but be aware the Liverpool hotel is quite a distance from the city centre and nothing around it but residential houses, an Industrial estate and two motorways.
Add in taxi fares and you may well be better off staying in a closer hotel to the city and forget any advantages of airport parking it's also miles away.
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 12th Mar
Chiptivo10 m ago

It's nowhere near the airport though..


Nor is it near the city centre!
less than 8 miles from the city center and 7 miles from the airport with a easy road network both in an out. However I wouldnt stay my room stunk of mold, the window double glazing units gone and the food well over priced but the carpark was big.

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Edited by: "caverncity" 12th Mar
I didn't know That village hotel is only 5 minutes away from our house, just saying
Pateo2 h, 45 m ago

I didn't know That village hotel is only 5 minutes away from our house, …I didn't know That village hotel is only 5 minutes away from our house, just saying



You offering an alternative... Air BnB
24.75PP maybe go halfers with the Mrs..
Edited by: "daze24" 12th Mar
polg4 h, 29 m ago

You offering an alternative... Air BnB


Not unless you want to camp in the garden
Has anybody found any decent hotel & parking deal for Manchester Airport, something I might not have though of other than the usual stuff like Holiday Extras, Village, IHG, Hilton parking websites? Struggling a bit for a fortnight next month - left it a bit late and the usual parking is fairly expensive, and hotels are pricey due to the Easter holidays.
Anyone free in Liverpool for a date?
can you only book hotel if your heading off on holiday or can you book it just for an over night stay?
Pateo19 h, 40 m ago

I didn't know That village hotel is only 5 minutes away from our house, …I didn't know That village hotel is only 5 minutes away from our house, just saying


8 mins from me
Its around £15 in a taxi from here to the airport so if you factor in a return journey it's quite expensive.
porsche911turbo12/03/2019 09:46

A good price but be aware the Liverpool hotel is quite a distance from the …A good price but be aware the Liverpool hotel is quite a distance from the city centre and nothing around it but residential houses, an Industrial estate and two motorways.Add in taxi fares and you may well be better off staying in a closer hotel to the city and forget any advantages of airport parking it's also miles away.


it isn't far enough away from Liverpool!
You'd be better off in the city centre.

P.S. the obvious jokes are tiresome and outdated.
DONOTbuyfromAmazon2 h, 33 m ago

it isn't far enough away from Liverpool!


Yes Liverpool must really be bad It not only won the award of European capital of culture, has Two superb football teams, is also an UNESCO world heritage site on the waterfront, a music history to make any city proud and millions has been spent on redevelopment.
Maybe these are a few of the reasons hundreds of thousand of people visit there every week.
loop13th Mar

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Snore.... That's original.
I live and work in Liverpool. To me no better or worse to live in than most cities I visit. Unfortunately stereotyping sticks, but there again some of our residents don't exactly help with that image.
Though think there is definitely a North / South divide in terms of wealth and health inequalities.
I live less than a mile from this hotel.. it's a nice place. Pros: Its clean with great staff..we have stayed in a large family room the night before my best friend wedding 4 of us stayed over with plenty of room each. On the day we fitted 6 bridesmaids and a bride all getting ready with 2 MUA and 2 hairdressers and we all fit in without to much trouble. The bathroom was lovely and had a jacuzzi bath. The staff where fantastic and kept us well stocked with ice, ice buckets, glasses, loads of tea and coffee pods for the machine in our room anf lots of extra towels and several large electric fans...
The down side: if you wanting a liverpool break this hotel is 8 miles away if your driving it's not to much of a problem as your right near the motorway however if you want a night out its about £30+ cab ride to get back.. the hotel has no aircon so request a fan as soon as you arrive it's warm weather...
It's only a mile from a small town called Prescot which has several nice places to eat if you don't fancy paying the hotels food prices..
loop13th Mar

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It's a joke from the 80's... haha, well done you. :/
Chiptivo14th Mar

It's a joke from the 80's... haha, well done you.


Strange how it’s stjll touched a nerve then, lighten up a bit!
It's probably the best city outside London to live in at the moment to be fair.
Some will say, including London.

I like it anyway.
annedawso13th Mar

I live and work in Liverpool. To me no better or worse to live in than …I live and work in Liverpool. To me no better or worse to live in than most cities I visit. Unfortunately stereotyping sticks, but there again some of our residents don't exactly help with that image.Though think there is definitely a North / South divide in terms of wealth and health inequalities.



I've been to Liverpool about a dozen times -usually for work related conferences - and it's far better than London, where I usually work. The people were friendly and polite, plenty of cultural activity, and the food was great too.
Awright likhhhhhhh
porsche911turbo13/03/2019 14:07

Yes Liverpool must really be bad It not only won the award of …Yes Liverpool must really be bad It not only won the award of European capital of culture, has Two superb football teams, is also an UNESCO world heritage site on the waterfront, a music history to make any city proud and millions has been spent on redevelopment.Maybe these are a few of the reasons hundreds of thousand of people visit there every week.


Well said!
DONOTbuyfromAmazon13th Mar

it isn't far enough away from Liverpool!


I bet you’re fun to live with
Still chuckle away at the southerners who come onto places like this and give it out to the northern cities. The South East of England is like living in an expensive car-park. You get three or four times as much for your money in the north, crime is generally lower, you're minutes from lots of beautiful countryside and people look up from their phones to say hello to you every day. We moved up north from the South East and it was like moving to a different (nicer) country.

So carry on dishing it out against Liverpool. People who live here know the truth.

Hot deal, by the way. Would always choose to fly out of a smaller regional airport than either of the two abbatoir-style monstrosities that orbit the M25.
Cam down, cam down
themadgoose9 m ago

Still chuckle away at the southerners who come onto places like this and …Still chuckle away at the southerners who come onto places like this and give it out to the northern cities. The South East of England is like living in an expensive car-park. You get three or four times as much for your money in the north, crime is generally lower, you're minutes from lots of beautiful countryside and people look up from their phones to say hello to you every day. We moved up north from the South East and it was like moving to a different (nicer) country.So carry on dishing it out against Liverpool. People who live here know the truth.Hot deal, by the way. Would always choose to fly out of a smaller regional airport than either of the two abbatoir-style monstrosities that orbit the M25.



Why settle for "like moving to a different country", when for just over another 100 miles, you could be in a far better country?
ibiza13 m ago

Why settle for "like moving to a different country", when for just over …Why settle for "like moving to a different country", when for just over another 100 miles, you could be in a far better country?


The existence of Scotland (which I utterly love and I love the people too) just proves my point: the further away you get from the South East, the better your life is.
One of the best cities in the UK hands down!
themadgoose4 h, 46 m ago

Still chuckle away at the southerners who come onto places like this and …Still chuckle away at the southerners who come onto places like this and give it out to the northern cities. The South East of England is like living in an expensive car-park. You get three or four times as much for your money in the north, crime is generally lower, you're minutes from lots of beautiful countryside and people look up from their phones to say hello to you every day. We moved up north from the South East and it was like moving to a different (nicer) country.So carry on dishing it out against Liverpool. People who live here know the truth.Hot deal, by the way. Would always choose to fly out of a smaller regional airport than either of the two abbatoir-style monstrosities that orbit the M25.


Agree! I also used to live in London and quite often people ask me what my favourite place was and my reply always will be the M1 North.
Hands down... The worst village hotel I have stayed in to date.

Not bad prices from the village as per though
I'm not from Liverpool bit I do work and live here. Definitely my favourite city in and it's a great place to visit. Lots of free museums, good restaurants, bars etc. The city centre is about a 15 minutes walk end to end so nice and easy to get around. People here are decent too.
Not from Liverpool and hate their football teams but I had my first stay there in 2017 with work and had a superb night out. Also stayed there this month for one night and again, good night out and great food. Stayed at staybridge suites though, short walk to the cavern club and an argentinian restaurant called Meet. Been impressed so I'm trying to organise a weekend away there with the mrs
Jesus, I live in Liverpool city centre, have 3 parking spots I don’t use, just pm me.
dandman17 h, 42 m ago

Jesus, I live in Liverpool city centre, have 3 parking spots I don’t use, j …Jesus, I live in Liverpool city centre, have 3 parking spots I don’t use, just pm me.


I might just do that as I'm having trouble getting glasgow flights in July. Liverpool is nearly £1000 cheaper!
CWH13th Mar

8 mins from me


Whiston, used to be a good area. A bit rough now though. Unless you're in the John's, then it's still a good area....

However, Whiston still has one of the best Chippies around, The Goldstar in the Village.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 19th Mar
peter1969uk39 m ago

Whiston, used to be a good area. A bit rough now though. Unless you're in …Whiston, used to be a good area. A bit rough now though. Unless you're in the John's, then it's still a good area.... However, Whiston still has one of the best Chippies around, The Goldstar in the Village.


Near Eccleston Park train station
I probably go The Goldstar fortnightly, it really is a good chippy.
DONOTbuyfromAmazon13th Mar

it isn't far enough away from Liverpool!


Just as long as you are far away, everything will be fine
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