Grove Suites

Guest Accommodation in Liverpool, Merseyside

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7 Croxteth Grove

Grove Suites, Liverpool

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Accommodation Description:

Beech Mount Grove Suites are set in a leafy suburb of Liverpool situated in close proximity to Sefton Park and the Bohemian quarter of Lark Lane where there is an abundant of superb restaurants, excellent bars and pubs are all within walking distance, as is the world famous Penny Lane, home of The Beatles. Good transport links to the city centre. The suites offer comfortable, relaxing accommodation at an affordable price.

Each has large spacious bedrooms with high speed internet access. All suites have access to on-site cooking facilities.

 4 star rating

From: £40.00

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