The Knowsley - Liverpool53.43433, -2.98576
The Knowsley Guest House is an apartment only 1.7 km from Anfield. This property offers laundry and ironing service.
30 minutes on foot from Liverpool city center. A railway station is also located nearby.
Liverpool John Lennon airport is 20 minutes' drive from the apartment.
This property has bright rooms including shared bathroom triple room, shared bathroom twin room and shared bathroom quadruple room that are appointed with complimentary wireless internet, TV, a dressing area, a personal computer and an iron with ironing board. Guests will have a private bathroom with a hairdryer and bath sheets at their disposal.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Wireless internet is available in the apartment rooms for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby for free.
Number of rooms: 11.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Off-site car park
No smoking on site
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Ironing facilities
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
The room was comfy and clean.
This b&b was advertised as having a car park which was the main reason we chose it. Upon arrival I was bluntly told "oh that needs to be changed on the website" and not given any advice as to what I could do with our car. The hallway smelt of smoke and there was a policeman there which was quite off putting.
Friendly bar on the premesis, providing a warm welcome and good company. Near the railway station, where there were frequent trains into the City centre. Staff very pleasant. Simple and adaquate hotel as a base for accessing the City. Stayed four nights, and although fairly basic with shared bathroom was, as claimed, clean and was good value for money.
Very noisy on three out of four nights in the early hours of the morning - woken at 4am by stamping feet and slamming doors. The owners should really deal with such behaviour - they must have been aware of it if not totally deaf. Or maybe there were no staff present at night; I didn't see anyone to report to when I went out in the morning, and I returned fairly late at night. Nowhere to hang clothes in the room. Tv remote did not work.
It was cheap
Difficult to find, no private parking (although website suggested otherwise), grim area, smelt of smoke,
The hotel was clean.
The outside of the building would not entice you inside. But it is very deceptive as once inside it is very clean.
The barmaid, Janet, was extremely helpful and friendly. She made us feel very welcome
The location and exterior were awful. When we entered there was a very unpleasant smell but this dissipated as we ascended. Too many stairs for me but my daughter was ok. The bathroom was clean but too far from our room.
The private bar inside was really friendly and all made us feel really at home.
When checking in we were greeted by a extremely rude Canadian lady who made the whole group feel unwelcome and most uncomfortable. We were told that the showering rooms were shared, which we didn't mind as they were clean but upon booking we asked and were informed they were ensuite! The check out time was stated as 12pm which we was later informed to be 10am! The group as a whole felt uncomfortable from the start and ruined the experience. Towels were charged at £1 per towel which was never stated at point of booking. One of the rooms had what looked like to be blood on the curtains and looked like they had not been cleaned for a while. On the plus side the bar was the highlight and would recommend to anyone staying to stop in for a drink.
The room was clean You get a key to let yourself back into the hotel at any point over 24 hours so you can come and go.
We couldn't access wireless internet, and were told it was because the wireless didn't have a large catchment. The room was very small. The area is really rough and the doors and windows are boarded up. The doorbell doesn't work: we were kept waiting for over half an hour and had to ring an external owner to ring the manager to get hold of her. Although the hotel advertises private parking, there is none and the streets are not such that you'd want to leave a car. The staff were friendly but unprofessional. It is a very long way out of town.
The lady who ran the place was very very polite, helpful... and good looking ;) would definitely stay again.
Staff where very friendly and helpful and the rooms where clean and comfortable
The look of the building but the inside is a hidden gem
Excellent value (a tv, iron and ironing board in a room that costs just £22 is remarkable), welcoming, quiet, clean.
Excellent value for money. Ideal for our overnight stay. Staff very helpful.
Having to be there by 8pm was tricky as I was travelling a long way to get to Liverpool. However I think that this was fair considering the very low price of the accommodation. Not a place to stay if you want a relaxing break; adequate but basic
There was confusion over the breakfast which I had paid for but didn't receive.
Good location (for Anfield stadium) and cheap. Rooms are really nice as well as the bathrooms. Excellent value for the price.
A huge disappointment was a dirty sheet and also, you have to pay for towels.
I was pleasantly surprised when I arrived as this B&B (although it looks quite delapidated on the outside) was spotlessly clean and cheerful. The room was very basic but adequate and had a nice TV above the wardrobe. It is located conveniently close to the railway station and the city centre. All in all, very good value at the price and I will definitely stay there again when I go to Liverpool.
Building needs renovation but this is reflected in the budget price, and it is not a problem.
Price!!! £15 for me, my wife and child for a night must be a great deal. We only stayed one night and we were very happy. If you're looking for luxury don't go there. But you get everything you need.