The newly opened Quest Liverpool City Centre offers spacious apartments with fully fitted kitchens for you and your dog to enjoy. Located in the heart of the city centre, perfect for all the unique attractions no other city can offer! You have Liverpool Pier Head, the largest collection of Grade 1 listed buildings outside of London and the famous waterfront of Liverpool just 10 mins walk away.
Quest Liverpool City Centre offers a super friendly welcome to you and your dog, with all the local knowledge you need of places to visit and explore. Liverpool offers an abundance of restaurants and bars, ready and waiting to welcome you with entertainment, street food, and cocktails a plenty!
Studio and one bedroom apartments are available with more space than an average hotel room. Included you will find water provided in room complimentary and tea/coffee/milk sachets. Wifi throughout is complimentary along with laundry facilities either communal or in the apartment depending which room you book.
Explore the local area
Dog friendly pub –The Brew Dog Liverpool, 8 mins walk, 0.4 miles
Park walk – Sefton Park, 12 mins drive, 2.6 miles
Trail walk – The Royal Albert Dock, 12 min walk, 0.5 miles
Beach – Crosby Beach, 30 mins drive, 7.5 miles
Dog friendly beaches
Crosby Beach also home to Another Place ‘By Antony Gormley’. Hosts various dog friendly events are held here such as the Dog Jog and various dog walking groups. A short train journey away (Central Station 200 yards away from Quest).
Dog friendly walks
The Royal Albert Dock is the perfect place to stroll around whilst taking in the sights and stopping for a cup of coffee. If you’re up for an adventure you can also do a bit of stand up paddleboarding, grab a board and life jacket and have a bit of one on one time with your dog enjoying all the views from the water.
Sefton Park – The 200-acre Sefton Park on the edge of the city centre is the perfect place to head for a long walk and a good run around. Amongst the trees, boating lake and cafe there is also the stunning Palm House, an iconic victorian glasshouse with an array of plants.
Liverpool pier head – Home to the Three Graces and the Museum of Liverpool; a beautiful place to go for a stroll. Take in the views over the River Mersey and see the world famous Liver Building. There is also the larger than life statue of The Beatles here too, making it the perfect time to grab a selfie!
Dog friendly pubs
BrewDog – The Liverpool branch of Brewdog will welcome your canine friend with open arms and is one of the best spots in town for a bit of dog spotting. Not only are there dogs a plenty but their food and drink menus make it well worth stopping off at. They also host dog birthday parties too, how amazing is that?
Kazimier Gardens – This won’t be like any other garden you and your dog have been in. Find the entrance nestled into Seel Street and enter into one of the coolest bars around. A sun trap in the summer and a cosy space in the winter complete with roaring fires.
Pins – Head over to Liverpool’s newest bowling alley, bar and eatery on Duke Street, PINS with your pet pooch! Visit the rooftop to catch some sun, play a few party games, enjoy a cocktail or two and an incredible freshly baked pizza. There are some great photo opportunities too…
Dog friendly restaurants
The Baltic Market – The Baltic Market is one of the trendiest places to eat and drink in town and it’s made even better by the fact that it’s dog friendly. Take the whole clan down to this independent food market and whilst the humans decide what amazing food to try next, the dogs can make a whole load of new pet friends.
Down The Hatch @downthehatchliv – Find Down the Hatch in a basement on Duke Street and head underground for the best vegan junk food you’ll ever come across. Your dogs will definitely want in on this one.
Duke Street Market – Duke Street Food and Drink Market welcomes the whole clan into their huge food hall. With food stalls serving quality street food, Pilgrim, a 50 seat restaurant on the balcony, and bowls for your pet friend, everyone will enjoy eating out here for lunch.
Dog friendly cafes
Sugar and Dice – If you and your dog are into board games then why not head over to Sugar & Dice for an afternoon of fun. You can play the classic Monopoly and fight over who gets to be the dog or ask their friendly staff for some new recommendations. They serve a selection of cakes and light snacks, perfect for a rainy sunday.
First nights’ accommodation taken night prior to arrival. This card needs to be present on check-in.
Credit card authorisation taken on check in for remainder of accommodation charges, £50.00 per night for any extras than might be utilised, and £150.00 authorisation for pet.
From price per stay from £80.00 mid week, from £125.00 Fridays or Saturday nights as a guide.