2 Blackburne Terrace

‘The personal service, facilities and little extras put this upmarket B&B in a class above quite a few better-rated hotels we’ve stayed in. More

Contact details

2 Blackburne Terrace
2 Blackburne Terrace
Liverpool
Merseyside
L8 7PJ
England
0151 708 5474

Hotel information

Bedrooms

4

Open

all year.

Facilities

drawing room, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room smart TV, walled garden, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

none.

Children

not under 10.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B £130–£270.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘The personal service, facilities and little extras put this upmarket B&B in a class above quite a few better-rated hotels we’ve stayed in.’ Guests in 2017 were charmed by Sarah and Glenn Whitter’s chic city hideaway on a hill in the Georgian quarter. ‘The hosts are delightful, dedicated and keen.’ (There’s a four-legged friend to be made, too: ‘Ask to meet Miles, the Rhodesian ridgeback.’) In ‘a quiet location’ between the two cathedrals, the refurbished town house is ‘perfect for exploring the city by foot’; theatres and restaurants are within walking distance. Step into one of the ‘well-appointed’, high-ceilinged bedrooms: there are cathedral or rooftop views from the large sash windows, and ‘interesting paintings and antiques’ – perhaps a Victorian sofa or a maple secretaire. Nice touches: macaroons and sloe gin, an antique tea service, ‘a good coffee-maker’. The drawing room has a collection of books on art and local history; a secluded walled garden is fine on a balmy day. Breakfast is a near-festive affair. At a communal table set with crystal and silver cutlery, feast on ‘a wide range’ of cooked dishes; an ‘enormous buffet’. (Kenneth Wilkins, DR, Anne Thornthwaite)

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2 Blackburne Terrace
2 Blackburne Terrace
Liverpool
Merseyside
L8 7PJ

Guest comments

'We returned at the end of February for a couple of nights. The experience was again excellent; sloe gin and macaroons waiting for us in the room; on the second floor, ít had with views over the cathedral. All roomsl have high-quality fittings, spacious bathroom, good coffee making machine, fresh milk in a thermos, etc. Breakfast was either full English (or any combination), smoked salmon and scrambled egg, kipper or a vegetarian option with avocado, mushrooms and halloumi cheese (my wife enjoyed the latter). Hosts are very welcoming, there is a really comfortable sitting area on the ground floor with choice of newspapers, and interesting books on Liverpool etc. ' - Donald Reid - February, 2017
'The owners of this upmarket B&B were delightful. Although not "Scousers" they are dedicated to improving the standard of the hospitality industry in the city. The quiet location, between the two cathedrals, is perfect for exploring the city by foot (we could park our car for the whole stay). The personal service, facilities and little extras put it in a class above quite a few better rated hotels we have stayed in! ' - Kenneth Wilkins - September, 2016

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