Travelodge Widnes

Fiddlers Ferry Road, Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 2NR, United Kingdom
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Airport shuttle Manchester to Liverpool

by kimilena

Hi, we are arriving in Manchester mid August and need to get to Liverpool with our suitcases.
What's the most cost effective way?

Re: Airport shuttle Manchester to Liverpool

by leics

There is no 'shuttle' as such, unless you wish to pay for an expensive private transfer.

You have two options, train or long-distance bus (coach). Coach is cheaper than train, but takes longer. Both forms of travel are safe and adequately comfortable.

You can find train times, details and fares here:

National Express is the major UK coach company. You can find times, details and fares here:

The Manchester airport website details all public transport options:

You do not need to book train tickets in advance unless you wish to do so. Trains are not reservation-only, and cannot get full-up. Coaches can, however, get full-up but booking in advance ties you to a particular departure time (as it does with the train). If you miss the coach because of flight delays they will usually find a seat for you on the next available departure.

Allow at least an hour from landing time to get out of the airport. Being a cautious soul, I would allow more..maybe an hour and a half from landing time.

Re: Airport shuttle Manchester to Liverpool

by johngayton

There are regular direct train services from Manchester Airport into Liverpool and because the train station is sort of built into the airport you won't have any hassles with your luggage at that end.

When you arrive at Liverpool you can get a cab from whichever train station you get off at.

Re: Airport shuttle Manchester to Liverpool

by Britannia2

The direc trains from Manchester Airport only stop at Edge Hill (not convenient for anywhere) and then the main city terminus at Lime Street. Where are you going once you get off the train? Do you need help with directions from Lime Street?

Re: Airport shuttle Manchester to Liverpool

by kimilena

Thanks for this. I'm originally from Liverpool so should be OK getting around ... :-)

Re: Airport shuttle Manchester to Liverpool

by Rosstipha

The trains dont only stop in edge hill. They go all the way to Lime St.
I use it all the time.
A 1 way ticket is £11.80 on the day.
If there is 3 or 4 of you it may be worth pre-booking a taxi (DONT GET A HACKNEY CAB or a Manchester taxi waiting at the airport)
Liverpool based Delta Taxi's do a one way fare of £35 from the airport to anywhere in the Liverpool City centre. +44 (0)151 922 7373.
Make sure you confirm the price on the phone.

Re: Airport shuttle Manchester to Liverpool

by Britannia2

I said they go on to Lime Street after stopping at Edge Hill - there would be no point in a train terminating at Edge Hill!

Travel Tips for Liverpool

Queen Square Centre

by stevezero

Perhaps a good place to start your visit to Liverpool is the Queens Square Centre, which contains the Tourist Information Centre, where you can gat all your information on transport, accomodation, and sightseeing. It is conveniently situated near Lime Street train station

Liver Building

by sandysmith

Completed in 1910, the Liver Building was one of the world's first mult-storey re-inforced concrete buildings. It is the home of the Liver Friendly Assurance Society. The clock faces on each tower, at 25 feet diameter are the lagest in Britain - London's Big Ben is just 23 feet diameter.


by sandysmith

A trip to Anfield to see the reds of Liverpool play at their famous stadium is a must for footie fanantics. Tours of the stadium and inside the dressing room can be made and a visit to their trophy show room...very impressive when we had the 3 cups there a couple of seasons ago. The shop also has loads of souvenirs tooo... more stock than the club store in the centre of Liverpool.

We saw this clock tower while...

by hayward68

We saw this clock tower while taking the ferry and I can't remember what the guide said about it. On the ferry there is a running commentary about the area so if you take it please listen and tell me what's so special about this, lol!

Karaoke Anyone?

by scouseneil about Sams Bar

What makes Sams Bar so special? Well if you get fed up of me telling you how friendly and hospitable scousers are, you should come here to understand why I keep rattling on about it.

I have been aa regular attender at Sams Bar for over three years, ever since I started working in the locality. Friday night generally means a trip to Sams, with payday Friday being a real occasion.

Russ and Julie are the landlord and landlady there, and they're really down to earth people who regularly mix with the clientelle.

Whilst I occasionally visit Sams for a sherbert or two after work in the week, my main night out is a Friday, particularly payday Friday (as previously mentioned). Fridays are particularly good because it's always karaoke night. The raised seating area is converted into a stage and everyone is encouraged to have a go at their favourite song. Chances are that if you come you'll catch me singing 'Up on The Roof', 'Angels', 'American Pie' or something else. I don't know what it is that makes an otherwise reasonably rational person do it!!! (oh, the beer?... hmmm, you could be right!)

As well as fun on Friday nights, Sams Bar is open for food during the day and night and they do serve good food at very reasonable prices. If you're going to go on a weekday for lunch, I'd recommend you get there early as it does fill up quite quickly.

Sams Bar also has a large function room that can be booked for private events. Check out their website below. Sams Bar generally has no restrictions on wearing jeans and trainers etc, but there are door staff on a Friday night who might turn you away if the place is busy and you're not neat. Best to not take the chance!


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 Travelodge Widnes

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Address: Fiddlers Ferry Road, Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 2NR, United Kingdom