Prince Alfred

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

261-263 Rice Lane
L9 3BY

Prince Alfred, Liverpool

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The Prince Alfred B&B is newly refurbished, has its own entrance at the rear of the pubic house, seven bedrooms, free wireless internet, tea & coffee making facilities,flat screen tv in the lounge area for all guests to be used at their leisure. Two large bathrooms one with bath tub and one with a double shower cubicle. There is no 24 hour reception but a member of staff can be contacted at all times.

Continental breakfast is included in the room rate.

Lounge Bar & Accommodation in Liverpool The Prince Alfred is a contemporary style pub, and hotel that recently has undergone a refurbishment. The Prince Alfred is located next to Rice Lane Railway Station and is only a 4 minute journey by train to the centre of Liverpool. Also Anfield, Goodison Park & Aintree are only a short journey away.

we have boutique rooms for overnight stays and the pub has a large selection of beers, wines and spirits and hosts a number of quiz nights and special evenings. Our accommodation is of the highest standard with our boutique style rooms from as little as �40 for a single room & �50 for a double room. All rooms have been fully re-furbished with new beds, bedding and d�cor.

The two bathrooms are to a high standard one boasting a double shower cubicle. One boasting a bath tub. A 26� flat screen TV with Sky TV, Free Wi Fi, tea and biscuits are available in the lounge to be used at their leisure.

 3 star rating

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