Aberley House is part of the famous Beach Lawn terrace overlooking Liverpool Bay. The house next door was built by Thomas Henry Ismay, the founder of the White Star Line. Further down the terrace is the house of Captain Edward Smith, the Captain of the Titanic. The Terrace was built in 1866 and has strong historical links with the Port of Liverpool. On the beach in front of the house is “Another Place” by Antony Gormley, one of the most iconic art installations in the world.
Aberley House is five minutes from the beach which offers great walks and access to the Sefton Circle cycle path. The Crosby Leisure centre has 2 pools, sports hall, gym and classes. There is sailing and water sports at the Crosby Lakeside adventure centre and a ten minute walk takes you to South Road where there are plenty of bars and restaurants and Waterloo station which takes fifteen minutes to get you to the centre of Liverpool.
Liverpool is rich in culture and heritage. The Pier Head and Royal Albert Dock are packed with restaurants, galleries and museums including Liverpool Tate and the Maritime Museum. The city is alive with music ranging from the Beatles to fine classical concerts at the Philharmonic. Church of England and Catholic cathedrals lie at either end of the famous Georgian Hope Street. St Georges Hall and William Brown Street off world class museums.
A great variety of amenities and additional services are available for you to fully enjoy every single aspect of your trip. You’ll have everything for short and long stays, for business and entertainment.
Full size snooker table, darts, Wide screen TV with Sky Movies and Sport. Old fashioned stereo with Vinyl dating back to 1963.
Guests can help themselves to fresh coffee, Fresh fruit, Snacks and bottled water from the fridge.
Iconic Art installation by Antony Gormley.
Arguably the most beautiful street in Liverpool. Gorgeous Italianate architecture.
The beach is beautiful and the maritime climate adds all kinds of interest.
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