We arrived and were told that there wasn't any room for us at the 'hotel' but that we're were to stay at a house down the road. Much confusion later we were told that we had to follow a man (the owner I presume) to a house nearby. We knew we were there when he stuck his arm out of the window to point to a house. We let ourselves in and were met by a man in his underwear.
He apologised and disappeared (we thought to get dressed, but he didn't) and upon his return told us that he didn't know we were coming. Cue owners arrival. He proceeded to try to show us the bedrooms, one which was off the lounge area (formerly a dining room) which had sliding doors and locked with a suitcase padlock he pulled from his pocket! The other room was upstairs he had to flush the toilet in the room before showing us that one, which also had the same security features as the other room.
Strangly enough we decided that the Liverpool lodge wasn't worth £120 a night, so explained that we weren't prepared to stay there. Upon hearing this the owner offered to get us some 'snack baskets' for our rooms, even after this amazing offer we decided that, we would prefer to sleep in a real hotel with locking doors, no half naked polish men, en-suite bathrooms, and one that was in a safe area as we were just a little bit concerned about leaving our car outside.
We eventually managed to get a refund, and a room at the Jury's Inn, which incidentally was a lovely hotel that I would reccomend, unlike the Liverpool lodge/hostel/dive.
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