About 2 Blackburne Terrace, Liverpool.

Built in 1826 and situated in the heart of the Cultural Quarter, 2 Blackburne Terrace is a grade 2 listed Georgian Townhouse, set on a secluded cobbled drive, behind a row of lime trees, all contributing to its intriguing and somewhat discreet position.   Truly a unique place to stay, we have now opened its doors to warmly welcome discerning visitors to this wonderful city of Liverpool.

The Cultural Quarter

‘an oasis within the bustling city’

The Hope Street area is a place of continuous inspiration, alive with history and simply a treat for the lover of Georgian architecture, not to mention the virtuoso performances found at the Liverpool Philharmonic or important drama offered at The Everyman or Unity theatres. What is more you will find a sheer abundance of dining opportunities from a selection of great restaurants and of course all this held within the benign embrace of our two celebrated Cathedrals … who could ask for anything more!

Restoration and dressing of 2 Blackburne Terrace

The inherent elegance of the building is due in no small part to its classic Georgian scale and proportions. This allowed us to cast a light yet considered hand over its interior in our attempt to make each suite a unique and luxurious dwelling for our guest. Interesting original artworks dress the walls across the building with the occasional historical punctuation made by the architectural photographs of classical Liverpool structures. The sumptuous art filled dining room invites you to a communal Kings’ breakfast on a reinvention of the time honoured dining table, served with silver cutlery, porcelain and cut crystal. Then relax with a classic work of fact or fiction in the most handsome library/reception room, a place which glances a firm nod to the best of private gentleman’s clubs – an excellent reprieve by day or night, while your partner gets ready for the evenings adventures.