Top 5 holiday homes near the World Museum, Liverpool, UK
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting Liverpool, World Museum has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.
Where to stay near the World Museum, Liverpool, UK
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
In My Life
Click to book In My Life now: from £100 per night A visitor to a city with the cultural history of Liverpool needs a home right in the centre of the action – and this comfortable, modern apartment fits that bill perfectly. Right in the heart of the bustling Liverpool One retail hub, you'll be just minutes from the central railway station and perfectly positioned to explore the Royal Albert Dock (it's only a ten-minute walk away). Of course, you'll probably be spending most of your time hitting the nearby shops, bars and restaurants – but you'll have a delightful living space to kick back in when you return. Earthy tones and soft textures come together to create an air of calm away from the hustle and bustle of the city, and there's plenty of abstract artwork to admire. If you're here on business, there's a large multi-purpose table and superfast wi-fi, making catching up on emails a breeze. So whether you’re in Liverpool to spend a day in the life of the Beatles in the Cavern Quarter, visit the Bluecoat Gallery or enjoy a spot shopping, you won't find a better-placed home to call your own for a few days. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Hey Jude now: from £100 per night Buzz — some cities have got it and some just haven’t. And Liverpool has it in spades. We love how Merseyside has transformed itself in recent years into a top-notch destination for shopping, eating and hopping between art galleries. You can place yourself in the epicentre of events thanks to this deftly designed urban pad. Blush pink, terracotta and an array of house plants subtly introduce a natural world theme to the home, making it a soul-soothing spot to recharge after an electrifying time out in the city. Throw together a quick breakfast in the kitchen area and join your fellow guests for a morning planning session around the wooden dining table. The Liverpool ONE shopping district is right on your doorstep, but we recommend the independent eateries of the Baltic Triangle and dinner one night in the UK's oldest Chinatown. Art lovers should make a visit to the Tate a priority and consider a day trip to the unique Lady Lever Gallery over the water at Port Sunlight. Sleeps up to 6 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Mother Mersey now: from £100 per night One of the best ways of getting to know a new destination is often from way up above and the impressive views from the floor-to-ceiling windows in this Liverpool apartment should give you a good introduction to the locale. Part of a striking burnt-gold tower in the middle of the main shopping district, it's perfectly set up for the city-breaker, with a modern kitchen and cosy furnishings for throwing yourself on after a day of exploring. Speaking of which, there's plenty going on down at ground level, whether you want to visit the museums and galleries around the Royal Albert Dock or embrace the buzzing nightlife in the formerly industrial Baltic Triangle — both reachable in about ten minutes on foot. Sleeps up to 7 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Moo Oak now: from £200 per night The farmland of North Wales awaits at this marvellous cottage, secluded in the small hamlet of Cefn Berain in the Vale of Clwyd. Detached and set in two acres of fields, your neighbours are of the animal variety. Don't be surprised when cows wander past while you're grilling dinner on the garden barbecue or relaxing in the hot tub. Indoors, oak rules the roost with the home's beds, floors, doors and staircase all made from it. All that oak makes it coherent and homely, a serene place to wrap up warm and spend time with the family. But when you do want to go out, cycling routes, watersport and fishing are all nearby, while further afield the seaside town of Rhyl is a half hour drive. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
Click to book Dylan's Distraction now: from £200 per night From the cream Aga in the huge flagstone kitchen to the sheep frolicking about in the surrounding fields, this home is filled with bucolic charm. Set in North Wales, the cottage bears all the hallmarks of an old farm building, including sprawling gardens, wood-burning fireplaces and beamed ceilings. The three lounge rooms mean there's an abundance of space to either curl up together or have some alone time – with a smaller TV room for little ones to hide. For something a little more energetic, the games room has a foosball and ping pong table, while walking trails can be found leading in all directions from the home. Bedrooms are simply done, with classic white walls and wooden furniture, though the real draw is the beautiful countryside views from the windows. On warm days, get out into the fields and hike, or bag your space on the picnic table for glasses of wine and barbecue meals. Sleeps up to 10 | 5 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
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