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Tel code: 0151 | code search
Postcode: L30 | code search
Population: 77600
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"Really good value for money B&B. Very nicely refurbished. Nice friendly staff, and a good breakfast. Ideal base for visiting Liverpool and Everton FC.

Date visited: 25/04/2010 ..." More

"A very nice well furnished establishment with excellent decor,very friendly sevice and staff exellent facilities and very reasonbly priced an ideal stop over for people visiting Liverpool

Date visited: 22/10/09 ..." More

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Bootle is a suburb of the City of Culture for 2008, Liverpool and today to look at it you would think that it has always existed in the shadow of its main city. You would though be wrong because Bootle boasts an interesting history that once saw this town as a seaside resort! Mentioned in the Domesday Book, Bootle was a small village overlooking the clear waters of Bootle Bay and it was these clear waters that first attracted industry to the area. Initially bleaching, tanning and papermaking were all established and thriving in the area and it was a popular resort until the 1800ís. The 19th century saw the importance of trading with the rest of the world grow, manufactured goods from the mills of Manchester and Liverpool were being sold all over the world and in particular to America. It seemed logical then to build the docks for these great ships at Bootle and so Bootle helped Liverpool evolve into the great shipping centre for which it is known throughout the world today. The Second World War and the 20th century industrial decline did the area no favours but with true Liverpool determination the area has worked its way through its problems and instead of the rundown area of the late 20th century Bootle is turning itself around, it has new residential developments, it is attracting new industries to its science parks, its docks are still thriving, it boasts a rejuvenated shopping centre and is within easy reach of Liverpool City Centre.


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Dance - Millington's Dance Academy


Dental Practice
Dental Surgery
Sefton Dental Centre


North Park Health Centre

Estate Agent

Phillips & Sons

Golf Club



Bootle Car Boot

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Cabbage Inn
Monkcaster Arms
Stanley Arms


Golden Castle


Bootle High School
Grange County Primary School


Kennan Benjamin Kay
Williams Elsby & Co


K & D Cars
Metro Cabs
Street Cars North West

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Bootle CC (Cricket)
Sefton Stars (Basketball)


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Places to Stay near Bootle

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The Breeze Hotel (0.42 miles)

The Breeze Hotel
Breeze hotel is in the heart of Bootle Village, 3 miles away from the vibrant city of Liverpool, home of the Beatles. At the end of your day we can provide a home ... More | visit website
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Regent Maritime Hotel (1.03 miles)

Regent Maritime Hotel

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Now under new management, this 19th-century dockside hotel is just 3 miles (5 km) from Liverpool city centre and a 10-minute drive from the M57 and M62 motorways. With free private ... More

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Marlborough Hotel (1.72 miles)

Marlborough Hotel
We are a Family Run Business offering a Warm & friendly welcome. Based in Crosby Liverpool we are just a 10 minute journey to the heart of liverpool, any great city is its people, and ... More | visit website

Woodlands Guest House (1.95 miles)

Woodlands Guest House
We are located five miles from Liverpool City Centre with good public transport links to the City; John Lennon Airport and the coastal town of Southport. We are also close to the motorway network. The ... More
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Premier Inn Liverpool (Aintree) (1.98 miles)

Located within easy reach of the M57 and M58, next to Aintree racecourse - home of the Grand National. Conveniently positioned 200 yards from Aintree train station. Great city centre shopping, theatres, bars and restaurants ... More | visit website
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Park Hotel (2.02 miles)

Park Hotel

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Situtated close to the world famous Aintree Grand National Racecourse, close to all motorway links, and only 5 miles from the city centre and 3 miles from the football stadiams, ... More

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Bar Coast (2.13 miles)

Bar Coast

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Situated on Liverpool's coastal Dock Road, this small scale boutique inn endeavours to provide the best in ambience, service, entertainment & accommodation so that customers can enjoy the total coast ... More

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Throstles Nest Hotel (2.34 miles)

Throstles Nest Hotel

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A superb 18th century hotel recently refurbished, and one of the most famous pubs in Liverpool. Your stay at this Bed & Breakfast Hotel is a real experience, providing you ... More

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O'Tooles Wine Bar and Guest House (2.57 miles)

O'Tooles guest house is located at the corner of Dublin Street and Regent Road next to the Heritage Market. City BnB is located at the corner of Waterloo Road (Regent Road same road ... More | visit website
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Dunsandles Guest House (2.59 miles)

Dunsandles Guest House
Dunsandles is a Victorian guest house lovingly restored to its original standard by local interior designer and upholsterer Helen Keating. It offers 6 guest rooms, comprising of two family rooms, twin room and a further 3 ... More | visit website

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