Get the party started just over the road from Sefton Park. Close to the beating heart of lively Liverpool, yet packing a punch within its own four walls, Pad on the Park is three floors of fun and frolics for stags. Crack open a can, pull up a pew and get the poker going.
Sleeping 24, this is a laugh on a large scale, with 16 single beds, two doubles and a plus-four option thanks to the z-beds. Every room comes with TV on tap and there’s a large-screen Sky TV in the lounge and a 150” projector screen for midnight movies.
Liverpool’s a riot but you could tickle your tastebuds here without leaving the house, around the poker table for ten, by cooking up a storm on the two ovens and the 5-ring range hob, or just by raiding the American fridge. Dish it all up on the giant dining table.
Everything is clean and contemporary, with brick-tiled kitchen walls, glossy floors, walk-in showers and modern, fitted bedrooms. The drinks are chilled, the telly’s on and the lights of Liverpool are glinting just across the park. What are you waiting for?
Behind vertical blinds, all is slick and clean, with leather sofas that gaze admiringly at the state-of-the-art 50” Sky TV. Pull down the projector screen and get the game on or reach for a romcom as you make a night of it and prepare for a long lie-in.
There’s a sociable, open-plan look to living at the Pad on the Park. The living area meets the giant dining room meets the kitchen. You can chat, mingle, and move from space to space as the fancy takes.
Escape outdoors to the small seating area for a breather, or get together round the ten-seat poker table for a night of blind bets, bluffs and busts.
You can create your own culinary confections in the swanky kitchen, complete with two ovens and 5-ring range hob. When you’re done, dish it up on the bench-style dining table for 16. Got the midnight munchies? Raid the American fridge for goodies.
If you’d prefer us to do the work, we’ll put on our whites and whistle up celebratory meals, belt-busting breakfasts or just blotting paper for your beer. Load up on the cocktails or lager, kick back and catch a match or a movie while we do the hard yards.
Need a takeaway? There’s Chinese, curries, kebabs, sandwiches and fish ’n’ chips within minutes. Eating out? Within a stagger of Sefton Park sits The Moon and Pea, a bustling bistro that’s host to poets, painters and sculptors in this artisan South Liverpool stronghold.
In town, Saffron’s a winner for authentic Indian, and there’s Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and even Nepalese elsewhere. If you want to make it memorable, there’s creative modern French menus, a seaside feel and a Michelin star to boot on offer at Fraiche.
There’s no shortage of space here, with bedrooms aplenty to get the whole gang together and party. Eight bedrooms come with 16 singles and two double beds equipped with en-suites. Four z-beds (with a small charge) bring the capacity to a healthy 24.
Every room comes with Freeview TV and you can share two bathrooms with baths and walk-in showers. Every bedroom is spacious and contemporary with storage for your stuff and tea and coffee on tap.