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See Speke Hall

Speke Hall is a beautiful Tudor manor house standing on the bank of the River Mersey. Lovingly restored in the 1800s, it stands today as an intriguing fusion of Victorian comfort and aesthetics and Tudor simplicity. Today, Speke Hall offers a tranquil, idyllic escape for those who are overwhelmed by the furore of urban life.

A walk about Bootle

A large town a short drive north of Liverpool, Bootle is a historical gem of the Mersey area. With records of the town going back to the Norman occupation. It rose to prominence in the Victorian era, when it served as a bathing resort for the wealthy, and there are still a number of large 19th-century villas in the Old Bootle Village area. Today, the town is home to many modern shops and restaurants interwoven with the charming historical architecture, with the New Strand Shopping Centre serving as the main retail hub.

Be astounded by Liverpool Cathedral

Another major historical staple of the area, Liverpool Cathedral is a staggering protestant Cathedral on St James's Mount, the home of the Bishop of Liverpool, and the largest religious building in the UK. Come here to marvel at its incredible gothic arches, the largest organ in the UK, the beautiful stained glass of the Great West Window and many more features of this beautiful building.

Planning a trip to Speke Hall? Travelodge Liverpool John Lennon Airport Hotel is just five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Liverpool Aigburth Hotel can be reached in 10.