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ParkView Hotel and Guest House

333-335 Prescot Road, St Helens WA10 3HP England
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#5 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in St Helens
The Hotel is 1 mile from St Helen's town. It is facing Taylor Park ideal for those guests who like that early morning jog or walk before breakfast. The hotel offers 3 types of accommodation. On the ground floor are executive suites i.e. widescreen TV, leather furniture and bathroom with bidet. The 2nd floor offers standard accommodation of en-suite single, double and family rooms or our budget single rooms from £20 per night. All rooms have colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Non-smoking hotel
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Coffee / tea maker
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Sophie A wrote a review May 2022
Cheshire, United Kingdom15 contributions4 helpful votes
I stopped here with a group of friends in a four person room. Having read some of the reviews we were a bit worried about what we would find but we were pleasantly surprised. We wanted cheap accommodation whilst attending a festival and it was definitely preferable to stopping in a tent. Yes the rooms are very basic, cramped and a little tired looking but the beds and bathroom were clean. We arrived quite late and check in was straightforward. All of the staff we came across were very friendly. There was a kettle so we were able to make a late night pot noodles! I'm not sure about the other rooms but I wouldn't recommend room 2 if you're a light sleeper. There was a very thin (locked) connecting door to another room and you could hear every word of their conversation; they might as well have been sat in the room with us. It made us laugh though. I would recommend this hotel if you're after a cheap place to stay for a few nights.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
jace j wrote a review Feb 2022
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Stayed there many times got treated good by Staff, now there is a New Owner he is asking 250% more and thats not for the same room as I was given, playing on no other low priced B&B's (if you can get a Breakfast) in the area.
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Date of stay: December 2021
Unknown wrote a review Aug 2020
6 contributions5 helpful votes
Please do not stay here. Its awful. Smelly, damp, dark, dirty. In need of renovation big time! When you arrive, there is no reception or foyer. Nobody there to greet you. You open the front door to a tiny dark hallway and you have to ring a bell but nobody comes. Stood waiting for 10 minutes. Tried calling owner, no answer. Had to find alternative accommodation in cold and rain with 3 kids at the end of a long day out. Not impressed. Thank goodness for Premier Inn around the corner. Wish I had read more into the reviews about this place 1st before booking it.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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pipelayer wrote a review Jan 2020
51 contributions50 helpful votes
I visited this guest hotel with family in December 2019 and arrived on Sunday Evening. This guest house had no reception or any staff to welcome you. To enter you need to call the phone number on the poster situated on the front door. This did take some time to be answered but eventually the phone is answered. this service can be improved vastly. The key for your room is located in the key locker situated on the wall. The room was average and basic - no luxury here. good for 1 or 2 nights stay. The room was warm when entering. - great touch as this night was cold. Thanks. The bed and mattress were OK to sleep on but very bouncy at times - need replacing i think.The room could do with more pillows due to the room having 3 beds - not enough pillows. The window needs to be repaired and replaced. it allows noise to be entered and i could hear the traffic flowing by, while sleeping. The bathroom is very small, it has a shower, toilet and sink, would not accommodate a disabled person or some one large in size. Guest house as internet too.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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giantowl wrote a review Sep 2019
United Kingdom169 contributions46 helpful votes
Stayed here overnight after a rugby game, it was fine for our needs. Friendly welcome, quick check in, dropped bags off, beds were fine, comfortable, room was ok, but the toilet/shower room was very small, cramped and a bit grotty, you could only just turn around in it! It took ages to get any hot water from the shower and kept going cold intermittently Tea and coffee in the room is always welcome, but no breakfast available, only a "grab box" for a fiver. It's a bit out of town but an easy 20 minute walk or few minutes drive. It was fine for our needs but wouldn't stay there more than a night
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Date of stay: September 2019
Room Tip: Our room was on the main road side and it was fairly quiet, didn't hear much traffic noise etc.
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Laura anderson wrote a review Aug 2019
4 contributions3 helpful votes
The bed sheets were covered in chocolate. No staff on site. Waited 20 mins to check in and had to call the number that went straight to voicemail. Then a lady called and said keys were in a box outside. Would not recommend.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
sthelens1 wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom12 contributions11 helpful votes
It was ok we eere there 2 nights It was ok for that Nice welco.e from lorraine You get what you pay for I would go back as buses are ideal Not far at all from town centre Rooms need brightening up Couldnt understand Only 1 bed side caninet we were two just small things like that But we will come back
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Susan L R wrote a review Jun 2019
wigan45 contributions18 helpful votes
There was no Reception, the room was very tired, outdated and noisy. Will not stay again. The bathroom was suitable for the disabled, but the wet room looked grubby. The only redeeming feature was the staff, who were lovely and very helpful.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Michelle W wrote a review Jun 2019
2 contributions7 helpful votes
Arrived Thursday afternoon, after ringing the doorbell and waiting for 20 minutes the cleaner let us in, showed us our room and gave us a couple of towels. It’s a B&B but they don’t serve breakfast Monday’s to Fridays. We were on the ground floor which is apparently the executive suite 🤔, it stunk of damp and was very cold. Came back about 10 that night and wasn’t any hot water. The next morning went to have a shower but the water wouldn’t go down the drain so started to get the floor wet before I could even get in, still no hot water. Luckily we had a kettle to boil some. Rung the proprietor, she basically said what do you want me to do about it. We didn’t even stay the second night, drove 155 miles home instead.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Sarah C wrote a review May 2019
Nailsworth, United Kingdom28 contributions11 helpful votes
Booked this B & B for 2 nights with my sister as I have 2 sons who live in the area we arrived at 3.30 and rang the bell about 4 times no answer eventually some other guest let us in we waited in the community lounge no one in sight so we kept going out and re ring the bell, eventually I phoned I did get an answer then someone arrived and asked how we got and did we ring the bell ???? We got shown to our room and got told there was no breakfast from Monday to Friday, so how can they call them selves a Bed and BREAKFAST ??? We then left to go and see my sons and didn’t arrive back until 10.30, on arrival we wanted to wash our face to find no hot water. In the morning still no hot water and we couldn’t shower as the water wouldn’t go down the plug so it would of flooded, so we had to wash our hair over the sink, I did phone the lady but she told me she didn’t know what to do about it ??? We went out for the day with my sons and as they were going out the next morning early instead of staying another night not being able to wash, shower or have breakfast I decided to travel 3 hours home rather than stay another night 😡
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about ParkView Hotel and Guest House
Which popular attractions are close to ParkView Hotel and Guest House?
Nearby attractions include Taylor Park (0.5 km), The York Hotel Nutgrove (1.1 km), and The Springfield Hotel (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at ParkView Hotel and Guest House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at ParkView Hotel and Guest House?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at ParkView Hotel and Guest House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to ParkView Hotel and Guest House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Eccleston Arms Bar & Grill, Brothers, and The Black Bull Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to ParkView Hotel and Guest House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Windleshaw Chantry (2.8 km) and Knowsley Hall (3.5 km).