Last saturday we had our first night of respite for this year.
We were so looking forward to the rest and relaxation and getting to spent some quality time with our youngest.
Also we got to hide away from the big two who are super stressed studying for exams.
So off to Liverpool we when.
It all started off so well we visited with friends in New Brighton which was lovely we had a fantastic lunch followed by a trip to the beach and ice- creams.
Then after not checking our Sat Nav and having the avoid all toll- roads setting on we turned a ten minute journey into over a hour, oh well we live and learn.
We finally reached Liverpool rather tired and harassed and we were so looking forward to checking into our room at the Travelodge Liverpool Central The Strand.
Again fate was playing games with us as after struggling for over an hour to find the hotel we found ourselves completely lost. We got directed to another of the Travelodge’s who then thankfully directed us to where were supposed to be staying.
We finally got onto the hotel exhausted and ready to relax.
We were so pleased to find that the rooms were beautiful, clean and fresh looking and the bed looked so welcoming.
We all wanted to just jump in and sleep but first we had to eat.
We decided to stay in and eat at the hotel’s restaurant as we were so tired and wasn’t really in the mood to go out.
We all ordered the same starter of chicken wings which were lovely, all three of us munched our way through them in no time at all.
Alan and I ordered the chicken burger as our main meal and Brodie had the quarter pounder. Lets just say Brodie enjoyed hers. Our chicken burgers were rubbery and really not nice.
The staff were lovely and helpful and the restaurant itself was beautiful but I do think they need to look at providing a better quality meals as breakfast was lacking too and we heard many other guests complaining too.
Then thankfully it was bedtime, I was so looking forward to a good nights sleep, the bed was so comfortable and the television kept our daughter happy and quiet.
We were super impressed with the hotel rooms.
Travelodge has been updating their hotels and this was evident in our room. The surroundings were clean, calm and relaxing and just want we needed.
I slept the whole night through and work up feeling really refreshed. A whole 8 hours, did you read that 8 hours wow.
On Sunday we had decided to to take Brodie on a ferry ride we didn’t know the times of the sailings but the staff were incredibly helpful and happy to check the times for us.
We really enjoyed the trip across the Mersey, especially when the ships horn gave Brodie a big scare my goodness she jumped.
All in all Liverpool was fun weekend, we got a chance to spent some quality time together and make some memories.
We were really impressed with the quality of the new refurnished Travelodge. It was fantastic. The rooms were beautiful and the bathroom super clean which really impressed me. We will certainly think about staying with them again in the future.
The staff were really helpful and genuinely wanted to make sure you enjoyed your stay
The only things I would suggest is to improve the food.
Because to the Meredith family food is so important.
So after an busy but fun weekend we drove home to a poorly boy and a visit to A & E and a broken toe.
And people wonder why I needed a break ha ha.
* We were gifted a nights stay at the Travelodge for the purpose of this review, but all opinions are honest and my own.