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Welcome to The King Harry Bar and Hostel

Address: 55 Blessington Road, Bootle, L4 0RY

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Featuring a modern sports bar, The King Harry Bar & Hostel offers free onsite parking and serves bar meals. This prominent corner property is in the Ansfield area of Liverpool, opposite the Gladstone Conservatory in Stanley Park. The King Harry Hostel offers bunk beds in male and female dormitory rooms. With laminate flooring, each room shares bathroom facilities and includes a flat-screen Freeview TV. The hostel offers laundry facilities, with a washing machine, dryer, and ironing supplies. Downstairs, the modern sports bar is regularly host to quiz nights and comedy clubs. It also offers pool and dart competitions. There are 2 bar areas, along with a raised eating area. Guests are welcome to enjoy food from the bar, make use of the self-catering kitchen, or bring takeaway food back to the property. Central Liverpool is just over 2 miles from The King Harry Bar & Hostel. The city centre is home to numerous tourist attractions, including many related to the famous band, The Beatles.

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Liverpool Football Club - Football Club

Liverpool Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.25 miles (0.41 km)
The Reds' history began in 1892 (when Everton had a dispute with their landlords at Anfield) - and what a history it has been. The most successful club in English football, they have won a record 18 League Championship titles as well as six FA Cups, seven League Cups, four European Cups and three UEFA Cups. They have been resident in England's top flight for 1962 and until the emergence of Manchester United they were the dominant force in football, particularly under legendary managers Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley. Fast Fact: Liverpool Football Club was founded by businessman John Houlding, the owner of Anfield in 1892 after failing to agree new terms with his previous tenants ... Everton FC.

Everton Football Club - Football Club

Everton Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.41 miles (0.66 km)
Despite their recent struggles, Everton - originally known as St Domingo's FC before taking their current name from a district in Liverpool in which they played - are one of the most successful clubs in English football history and have had a place in the top-flight ever since 1954. The club's most successful periods occurred in the mid-60s (winning the championship twice and the FA Cup) and the early 1980s when triumph in the European Cup-Winners Cup was supplemented by two more league titles and another FA Cup win. Fast Fact: Everton have reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup on a record 23 occasions. Fast Fact: Everton legend Dixie Dean still holds the record for the most league goals in a season with 60 in 39 matches in the 1927-28 season.

Liverpool Community College - University

Liverpool Community College - University

Distance 1.61 miles (2.57 km)
Liverpool Community College was formed in 1992 by the amalgamation of four FE colleges in Liverpool, Merseyside. The College provides academic and vocational courses for more than 20,000 students each year, most of whom are 16 to 18 years old. The College is based on several sites around the city, mainly in the city center. The courses available at the College are AS/A level, access, basic skills, counseling, engineering, media, multimedia, graphic design & photography, retail science, social work, visual arts, catering and hospitality, engineering motor vehicle, fashion and clothing, GCSE, child studies, etc.