Large Georgian town house, located on the hippest street in central Liverpool, with a variety of comfortable rooms in a bohemian atmosphere. Sleeping 4-14 people sharing. Including an art library, wood fired sauna, and communal kitchen.
BOOKING PAGE FOR ROOM ONE. SLEEPS UP TO FOUR.
This is a rare opportunity to stay in a truly amazing house for an incredible price. There are four different rooms available (please see the other separate listings) each sleeping from 1 to 4 people sharing. Maximum guests for the whole house is currently 14.
This listing you are viewing currently, is to book into Room 1, which is one of the master bedrooms at the top rear of the house, with a large comfy low level double bed and two massive sofas that can act as single beds (very comfortable). With radiators and an elevated view of the Anglican Cathedral. Sleeping up to four guests.
Please tell us which room(s) you are interested in booking on enquiry.
The rooms available in other listings: (please see the description on the photos)
Room 2: The master bedroom at the top front of the house has a king size bed and a fold out futon sofa bed which can act as an additional double, Sleeping up to four guests.
Room 3: A warm and quiet room located at the rear of the property, featuring two double beds, sleeping up to four guests.
Room 5 (the reading room) sleeps up to two, with a double pull-out chesterfield sofa bed and additional mattress which is very comfortable.
Pricing: Rooms start at £50 per night and an extra £25 per extra guest in that room after 1 person. We also offer 'whole house bookings' this is to rent the entire house and all of its bedrooms and facilities starting at £450 per night weekdays and £500 per night on Fridays and Saturdays.
The house retains many of its original features, with wooden floors, fireplaces in all of the rooms, high ceilings and unique decoration throughout. There is a lovely large and warm fully equipped kitchen for guests to use, with an open fireplace and a table that can fit lots of guests - providing a nice opportunity to socialise should you want to, cook big meals and make it your home during your stay.
Nominated as the 4th hippest street in the UK, Seel Street is a bustling, lively city centre location.
Stepping out of the door you find yourself in the heart of Liverpool, on a much used and loved street. Staying in such a central location means a kaleidoscope of bars, restaurants, shops, museums, cinemas and galleries are ready to be explored straight away.
Because of the streets vibrant night-scene, it is lively most evenings - and some noise can be heard in the house.
Fall from art, to technology - from espresso bar to cocktail bar - and when the evening is done, step through the door and back in time to a city centre stately home.
History of the house: This house is over 220 years old and is listed on English heritage as a Grade II. Because of the house’s age materials such as horse hair line mortar were used in construction, for this reason people with severe allergies may have a small chance of reaction.
The building’s most recent incarnation was as an antique shop called Ryan Woods antiques (pictured), which traded for 30 years. Then, in 2006, ‘The Art Organisation' took ownership of the building and established the residence as an artists hostel. In the time since, the house has been home to a multitude of talented artists, performers and creative individuals.
From humble beginnings, this property has helped to develop a growing creative arts community in the heart of Liverpool's heritage Rope-Walks.
PLEASE NOTE: This house, despite its age has become possibly the first building in the city centre to utilise a biomass boiler, powered by locally sourced and eco friendly wood pellets. This means unlimited hot water and heating throughout the house in addition to the many wood burning fires.
Guests will have access to the large kitchen, with use of the fridge, cooker, pots and pans etc that you may need. Use of the kitchen is on a self-catering basis as food is not provided (aside from tea, coffee, milk etc) and guests are asked to please clean up after themselves during and after their stay.
Guests also have access to the beautiful wooden hand crafted bathroom, which has the option of a luxury sky shower as well as standard shower.
The bathroom also features a wood fired sauna which can be used at arrangement by 4+ people for an extra small charge.
A quaint and quirky backyard with usable fire pit is available, and smokers are asked to smoke outside here. The store of wood is also accessed here for the open fires.
The reading room (room 5), is a communal space, when not in use as a bedroom, with a large arts library, comfortable sofa and open wood fire, the ideal place to relax and chill out.
Interaction with guests
We provide guests with a detailed folder including a map, contact details (taxi firms, useful numbers), local things to see and do and places to visit that we would recommend.
The master of the house, Gregory, is an enigmatic man and highly creative artist. A great host and great cook, he may even be inspired to cook you a fabulous dinner and tell you about some of the interesting history of the arts scene in Liverpool.
However Gregory may not always be around, in which case the equally lovely housekeepers, Anna or Monica, will be there on check-in to welcome you to your stay and ensure you are comfortable.
What is offered here - and could never be offered through the multitude of commercial locations available - is a unique perspective on the underground arts scene. With a community of creative artists fused within the fabrics of liverpool’s rich and diverse culture and history, the house provides a common thread in the lives of the people pushing at the edges of Liverpool’s artistic and cultural boundaries.
Other things to note
Professor Kenneth Wallph the 3rd is a lovely, friendly Cokerpoo dog that lives in the house with Gregory. Guests are also welcome to bring along their dog with prior arrangement. If you have strong allergies to dogs, please reconsider your housing!
Only authorised guests are permitted to use the house during the booking.
No parties inside the house.
Smoking outside only.
Please do not light the fires in the guest rooms, only the kitchen and when the reading room is unoccupied. The Sauna is also wood fire and can be used at a small extra charge.
When using the kitchen, guests must wash, dry and put away dishes after use and keep all communal areas clean and tidy.
Please turn of the lights when leaving the rooms.
Reasonable use of washing machine.
Lost keys will incur a charge per set of lost keys. This will be the cost of replacement sets of keys.
There will be reasonable and agreed charges for breakages and damages.
Friends can visit guests that are staying but we ask that you request permission first. i.e. guests for dinner etc
Large groups must clean up the house/bag up rubbish etc before vacating the property.
Please do not take alcohol or take away food into the bedrooms.
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