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5 Holiday Homes for the Liverpool Marathon, UK

When attending the Liverpool Marathon you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best


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If you’re heading to Liverpool in March for the Liverpool Marathon, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.

Where to reside near the Liverpool Marathon

Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our Liverpool collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.

High Hill

High Hill, Plum Guide home in Wales, UK

High Hill, Plum Guide home in Wales, UK

Click to book High Hill now: from £371 per night North Wales is famous for its dramatic landscapes, and this beautiful home puts you right in the middle of that. It’s a converted coach house, and while it's found in the grounds of a larger manor, it refuses to be outshone. It’s filled with bright, sociable spaces and character features. Modernised to provide touches of luxury, there's a fabulous kitchen, and a gorgeous stone-walled central atrium (licensed for weddings, don't you know) between the home's two wings. Outside there's a walled garden, with a lawn just begging for games of family football and croquet. The host can offer all sorts of extra activities, like clay-pigeon shooting and archery, but often it’s hard to beat simply lying out on the perfect lawn with a good book. If you do manage to rally the troops, there is great hiking country on the doorstep, and Snowdonia is just an hour away by car. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

Babbling Brooks

Babbling Brooks, Plum Guide home in Lancashire

Babbling Brooks, Plum Guide home in Lancashire

Click to book Babbling Brooks now: from £250 per night Every care has been taken to modernise this Victorian cottage without diminishing its period charm. We love the old-world touches, like the cast iron heaters, sparkling chandeliers and ornate vintage mirrors. Escaping from the hustle and bustle of the big city is a no-brainer here. Throw open your windows in the morning, and you’ll hear birdsong – you might even see a passing deer or two. Whip up a quick breakfast in the fully equipped kitchen, and then put on your walking shoes. Miles of open countryside await right on your doorstep – the cottage is at the end of a drive where the village gives way to the natural world. You can spend entire days hiking the patchwork of fields and farms crisscrossed by a web of brooks. You’ll quickly work up an appetite after all that exploring. You can grab a meal in the village pub, the local chippy or the Tandoori restaurant. However, if you want more variety, a five-minute drive will take you to nearby Ramsbottom, where you'll have a much wider choice of cafes, restaurants, and food shops. A thirty-minute drive will have you in central Manchester, in the heart of all that the city has to offer. In the evening, fill the bathtub and feel the relaxation wash over you. Sleeps up to 8 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

The Cotton Mill

The Cotton Mill, Plum Guide home in Manchester, UK

The Cotton Mill, Plum Guide home in Manchester, UK

Click to book The Cotton Mill now: from £1000 per night Where once the thrashing sound of steam-powered spinning mules would have filled these halls, now, the gentle ambience of sophisticated urban living fills the air. Sitting in a stunning 19th-century cotton mill building – now beautifully refurbished and converted into a truly 21st-century living space – this apartment brings together Manchester’s past, present, and future. Elegant, chic design is the name of the game in this beautiful urban home, with most of the furniture designed by renowned New York-based firm Grzywinski + Pons. Set over two floors, the duplex apartment has a fully-equipped kitchen, L-shaped sofa, and gorgeous bathroom with a powerful shower and complimentary set of Kinsey Apothecary toiletries. Whether you’re just chilling out in the afternoon or relaxing the morning after a big night out in central Manchester, you’ll stay entertained with the high-speed wi-fi and smart TV with an Apple TV box. Step out of the front door of the building and you’ll be in the heart of Manchester, with the bars, restaurants, galleries, and music venues that make the city famous, right on your doorstep. If heading into the city feels too far to go, just head to the Conservatory Bar for a cocktail in your building. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

Hey Jude

Hey Jude, Plum Guide home in Liverpool

Hey Jude, Plum Guide home in Liverpool

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

Mother Mersey

Mother Mersey, Plum Guide home in Liverpool

Mother Mersey, Plum Guide home in Liverpool

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

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