Tuesday 10th of November 2015
If you’re looking for a cosy pub to while away the hours in Liverpool City Centre than you’ve come to the right place. Wherever you wander in the city, you’re sure to find a cracking pub on the corner. So take a trawl through some of Easirent‘s favourite public houses.
1. Ye Cracke
Steeped in history, Ye Cracke is the old watering hole of John Lennon himself. Once upon a time, you’d have found a young Lennon, just an art student of 18 years old, leaning against the bar of his favourite Liverpool pub with future wife Cynthia. Follow in his footsteps and pay a visit to Ye Cracke, one of the most traditional public houses in the city. Located just a short stroll from Hope Street in Liverpool’s stunning Georgian Quarter, Ye Cracke has plenty of comfortable seating and is packed to the rafters with rare Beatles memorabilia.
2. The Baltic Fleet
Standing proudly on the periphery of Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle and looking out across the River Mersey, The Baltic Fleet s a unique pub dating back to the mid 19th century. Apparently haunted by four Liverpool ghosts of days gone by, this soulful Liverpool pub stands above two secret tunnels that lead straight from the pub’s basement to the city’s docklands. The Baltic Fleet is famous for its basement brewery; in operation since 2001, the Baltic’s basement brewery was installed by micro-brewer Stan Shaw and The Baltic Fleet is Liverpool’s only brew pub. So leave your Easirent hire car at the hotel and take a trip to The Baltic Fleet for a tipple.
3. Peter Kavanagh’s
Just as much a museum as a pub, Peter Kavanagh’s has a vast collection of quirky curios and artefacts that decorate its characterful walls. Hop in your Easirent hire car and head to Egerton Street for a drink in one of the friendliest pubs in town. Named after its landlord of 53 years, Peter Kavanagh’s is a truly intriguing pub in the heart of Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter.
4. Ma Egerton’s Stage Door
Twice voted the best pub in Liverpool by Trip Advisor, Ma Egerton’s Stage Door is definitely worth a visit if you’re looking for a colourful, characterful pub in the city. Built in 1869 the pub is named after theatrical agent and entertainer Ma Egerton and the establishment has welcomed many famous faces over the years including, Frank Sinatra, Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and Harry Houdini.
5. The Caledonia
Taking its name from Liverpool’s rich seafaring history, the Caledonia is a great little pub that has a lively entertainment calendar, and is a hit with locals and tourists alike. Catch a song or two from the plethora of live bands that grace the pub’s stage on a daily basis, or sit back and enjoy some of the pub grub on offer from the extensive menu.
6. The Ship and Mitre
Hop in your Easirent hire car and head to the old commercial district of Liverpool for a drink in The Ship and Mitre. Providing the biggest and best range of ales and beers in Merseyside, The Ship and Mitre was build around 1935 and has been recognised as pub of the year on several occasions. Don’t miss The Ship and Mitre pub quiz every Thursday.