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Suites Hotel
"Good Points: Very pleased with the hotel, the staff and the facilities

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Suites Hotel
"Bad Points: 0 General review: Excellent

Date visited: 2008-06-10 ..." More

Suites Hotel
"Good Points: Room, good/generous proportions. Clean and tidy. Nice decor. Very good facilities. Bad Points: Surprised to find the hotel in an industrial estate. Even more surprised to find ..." More

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Kirkby is to be found in the North West of England on the outskirts of the City of Liverpool and can trace its history back to the Norse period, around 900 AD. Very much a rural settlement it wasn’t until the mid 19th century and the coming of the railways that saw a change to the area. Initially the railway had a negative effect on the Kirkby as the local population took advantage of the new travel opportunities and moved away from the area. In short little changed in Kirkby it remained predominantly an agricultural based economy until the 20th century. In 1935 the East Lancashire Road was built uniting by road Manchester and Liverpool and this allowed Kirkby to capitalise on its now important location. In 1939 the government needed a location for a new munitions plant and in 1941 work was completed on the Royal Ordnance Factory and it became a major employer in the area with a workforce at one time of around 20,000 people. After the war the area was taken over by industrialists and soon the Kirkby Industrial Estate as born. Combined with this it was obvious that Liverpool was overcrowded at this time and it fell to Kirkby to provide new homes to remedy the situation and new housing estates were built, just after the war the local population was some 3,000 and by 1961 this had grown to 50,000. Today Kirkby is striving to improve its image, as a village it was a popular place to live and today, despite its recent problems, it is once again becoming a popular location.

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Suites Hotel (1.35 miles)

Suites Hotel

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An original concept, unparalleled in the Liverpool area, this unique all-suite hotel offers state-of-the-art technology; elegant, luxurious accommodation in spacious suites; and superb facilities for the business or leisure guest.

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Premier Inn Liverpool (Aintree) (2.93 miles)

Located within easy reach of the M57 and M58, next to Aintree racecourse - home of the Grand National. Conveniently positioned 200 yards from Aintree train station. Great city centre shopping, theatres, bars and restaurants ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Liverpool North (3.12 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M57 and M58. Local attractions include Aintree racecourse, Switch Island retail and leisure park and Anfield and Goodison football stadiums. Conveniently located for Aintree train station. For shops ... More | visit website
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Lynden Heights (3.38 miles)

Lynden Heights
Lynden Heights Bed and Breakfast has been described by many as one of the most beautiful on the Irish Coastline and it has dramatic views over the Irish Sea and Scottish Coastline.
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Park Hotel (3.50 miles)

Park Hotel

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Situtated close to the world famous Aintree Grand National Racecourse, close to all motorway links, and only 5 miles from the city centre and 3 miles from the football stadiams, ... More

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The Swan Inn (4.06 miles)

The Swan Inn
The accommodation is contemporary,fresh, stylish, vibrant and comfortable. The rooms are situated above the new Marco Pierre White restaurant. Marco Pierre White is a name synonymous with quality and a great dinning experience. Following the success ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Liverpool (West Derby) (4.17 miles)

An ideal location for the airport, this Premier Inn is just 6 miles from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. For shops and local amenities Liverpool city centre is only 3 miles away. Our Liverpool (West Derby) Premier ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Liverpool North (4.41 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Liverpool North is located just north of Liverpool on the A5058 Queens Drive, this lodge is adjacent to a Toby Carvery restaurant in the pleasant area of ... More

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The Breeze Hotel (4.74 miles)

The Breeze Hotel
Breeze hotel is in the heart of Bootle Village, 3 miles away from the vibrant city of Liverpool, home of the Beatles. At the end of your day we can provide a home ... More | visit website
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Beech Bed and Breakfast (4.76 miles)

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Victorian semi detatched house. We are a small family run bed and breakfast. 10 mins drive to city centre, within walking distance to football stadiums and 15 mins drive to ... More

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