Affordable, Quality Accommodation for the Budget Conscious Traveller
The Old Dairy Guest House Liverpool in the United Kingdom is a converted dairy building dating back to late 19th century that is nestled in a residential neighbourhood, offering modern guest house facilities for the budget-conscious traveller.
Operated by Michelle and David, where we offer the Best Liverpool hospitality and treat all guests like our family. We want to make this your very own special 'Home from Home'.
We have 11 ensuite rooms. We also have a small kitchen area for guests' use for preparing snacks.
We are providing an affordable, accessible, clean and comfortable place to stay for those who dont want to blow their holiday budget on expensive accommodation. What you get from our Budget Guest House is superior customer service and hospitality that is second to none. We are dedicated to customer experience and we are constantly evaluating how we can improve this experience.
We are conveniently located close to Liverpool City Centre in a residential neighbourhood and is often referred to as a “hidden gem" by our guests. We are delighted to have proven to be popular with guests from all over the world, many of whom come and stay at least once every year when visiting for the football and for the music and abundant nightlife within our wonderful city.
Guests have their own keys once they are checked-in so can come and go as they please throughout their stay. No curfew!
We have received Certificate Of Excellence for the past 9 years from our Guests' Tripadvisor reviews.
We pride ourselves and our service provision being for those who want a relatively quiet place to stay, so once they have partied the night away in the city, seen their beloved Liverpool FC play at Anfield or shopped til they dropped at L1, they can come back to peace and quiet in their comfortable rooms and relax! It is on this basis that we unfortunately cannot accept Stags Or Hen Parties, as we like to ensure that all of guests have a peaceful stay.
Our building has a place in local history, as it was once an old, working dairy where the daily pinta was provided to our local community. Our building is where the cows were kept and milked!