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The Best Airbnbs in Liverpool to Book

Picture of Richard Franks
Freelance Travel & Music Writer
Updated: 28 November 2017
A city break should be just that: a break! So why spend hours searching for an extortionately priced, small and stuffy hotel when you can have your own apartment in the heart of Liverpool? Whether you want a home that encompasses Hygge, a stylish city stay, or something weird and wonderful, this list has an Airbnb for you.

Quirky loft space with a traveller’s tale

Erected in 1820, this Georgian loft space has heart, and a story to tell. Let the adventurous, travel-themed décor inspire you to explore the city centre of Liverpool, which is only a 20-minute walk away. The wild jungle themed bathroom juxtaposes the muted, peaceful double bedroom, making this apartment perfect for everyone’s taste.

From £61 a night

Quirky travellers loft in Liverpool
Quirky travellers loft in Liverpool | © Airbnb

Modern Merseyside apartment with rustic features

This spacious apartment combines the perfect combination of modern colours and metropolitan trends with a rustic, countryside flair. A stone’s throw away from the lively Lark Lane and the River Mersey, this modern one bedroom apartment is at the epicentre of Liverpool’s culture.

From £70 a night

Spacious apartment in Aigburth, Liverpool
Spacious apartment in Aigburth, Liverpool | © Airbnb

Cosy loft style apartment with exposed brick wall

For those wanting a taste of the suburban lifestyle, this loft style apartment will make a perfect getaway. The exposed red brick wall takes centre stage in this modern, open plan affair. Enormous windows sweep natural light into the bedroom and living room, softening up the industrial, yet homely character of this apartment.

From £35 a night

Exposed red brick apartment in Liverpool
Exposed red brick apartment in Liverpool | © Airbnb

An ‘Owl House’ perfect for nesting

This double room is available inside an eco-friendly, incredibly cosy bungalow within two minutes walking distance of the Hightown sea. Natural driftwood is put to good use to make an eccentric headboard, fitting in with the rest of the nature themed décor. Despite not being in the city centre, this guest house has connections to Liverpool by rail, taking around 30 minutes, allowing you a Liverpool city break as well as a break from the city. For day time relaxing, writing or studying, head to the owl house at the bottom of the garden, where there is also a day bed.

From £85 a night

Eco-friendly ‘owl house’
Eco-friendly ‘owl house’ | © Airbnb
Eco-friendly ‘owl house
Eco-friendly ‘owl house | © Airbnb

Centrally located apartment filled with pops of colour

This apartment is a ray of sunshine in Liverpool city, as pops of vivid blues, pinks and yellows are scattered across the one bedroom property. Sleeping four guests, this apartment is fresh, stylish and fully furnished, with a convenient supermarket and coffee shop underneath, and it’s less than a five-minute walk to many of the popular tourist attractions in Liverpool.

From £60 a night

Bright central Liverpool apartment
Bright central Liverpool apartment | © Airbnb

Grade II listed building – full to the brim with character

Minutes from Liverpool’s Lime Street station is a Grade II listed building, brimming with character and charm. Natural wooden finishes, exposed brick and Egyptian cotton are all included in this quirky apartment, not to mention the Jacuzzi bath with a view of Liverpool cathedral.

From £81 a night

Historic, Grade II listed building apartment
Historic, Grade II listed building apartment | © Airbnb

Converted church apartment with modern features

This second-floor Church conversion still has some of its original features, including the charismatic dark wood beams. Situated in Waterloo, this one bedroom apartment is close to multiple lively bars and restaurants, but only 15 minutes away from the city centre action. For a charismatic, yet affordable stay, this church conversion should be at the top of your list.

From £22 a night

Converted church apartment
Converted church apartment | © Airbnb

A windmill. An actual Windmill.

Not exactly city centre living, but nearby to Liverpool is this hidden gem. This windmill has been converted into a luxury stay for up to 10 guests, with a staggering eight bedrooms and four bathrooms. The scaling height and age of the windmill have been fully taken advantage of, thanks to the modern chandelier alongside the exposed brick, curved walls, with incredible sea views waiting at the top of this fantastic building.

From £150 a night

Windmill living in Crosby, Liverpool
Windmill living in Crosby, Liverpool | © Airbnb
Inside a converted windmill
Inside a converted windmill | © Airbnb

Luxury apartment on Liverpool’s waterfront

For a real room with a view, this two-bedroom apartment overlooks the beautiful water’s edge of the Mersey. This apartment is stunningly stylish with an open plan living area, two double bedrooms decorated with the latest home trends and finally its own terrace that overlooks the still and serene waters.

From £60 a night

Luxury waterfront apartment
Luxury waterfront apartment | © Airbnb

A Bond-themed house boat on the marina

Liverpool is world famous for its docks, so why not stay where the action is? This 007 house boat is Spectre-acular, with modern features that will leave up to eight sleepers in a Quantum of Solace. For those who don’t have sea legs this Bond boat is permanently moored, which won’t leave you shaken or stirred in the night!

From £49 a night

Converted boat on the Albert Docks
Converted boat on the Albert Docks | © Airbnb
Sleeps up to 8
Sleeps up to 8 | © Airbnb