The Herculaneum Bridge Hotel Liverpool was built in the middle of the 19th Century, and is a fine example of Victorian architecture.

A large glass roof dome in the breakfast room is a particularly interesting feature. This beautiful Liverpool Hotel is situated in the Liverpool district of Dingle, just inland from what used to be the world famous Herculaneum Dock. It was frequented by the crews and captains of the sailing ships which used to anchor in the dock. A particularly colourful past landlord of the Hotel had a wooden leg, hence the nickname "Peglegs".

In 2006 the Lounge room was completely refurbished. Well-spaced tables and a raised seating area at the back of the room provide a convivial atmosphere for social drinking and Private Functions.

This Liverpool hotel is close to Brunswick Merseyrail station and several bus stops for Liverpool City Centre. For the more exercise minded, the Liverpool City Centre and the world famous Albert Dock are both approximately half an hour's healthy walk away. For transport details, click on the link to the How to find us page.

The photographs below show aspects of the interior and exterior of this beautiful Liverpool hotel.

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Full English breakfasts are available in the Herculaneum Bridge Hotel Liverpool's function room.
 
     
 
     
 
The ever popular public bar has been renovated, although great care has been taken not to affect the ambience and atmosphere for which the Herculaneum Bridge Hotel Liverpool justifiably renowned.
 
     
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The front of the Herculaneum Bridge Hotel Liverpool with secure car park for 12 cars.
 
     
 
     
 
Main entrance from the car park. Note the 'Peglegs' name lives on,
 
     
   
 
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