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Welcome to The Prince Alfred

Address: 265 Rice Lane Walton, Aintree, L9 3BY

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The Prince Alfred is set in Liverpool, 2.8 km from Liverpool Football Club. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The Prince Alfred features free WiFi throughout the property. Anfield Stadium is 2.9 km from The Prince Alfred, while Echo Arena is 4.3 km away. John Lennon Airport is 15 km from the property.

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Everton Football Club - Football Club

Everton Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.26 miles (2.02 km)
Despite their recent struggles, Everton - originally known as St Domingo's FC before taking their current name from a district in Liverpool in which they played - are one of the most successful clubs in English football history and have had a place in the top-flight ever since 1954. The club's most successful periods occurred in the mid-60s (winning the championship twice and the FA Cup) and the early 1980s when triumph in the European Cup-Winners Cup was supplemented by two more league titles and another FA Cup win. Fast Fact: Everton have reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup on a record 23 occasions. Fast Fact: Everton legend Dixie Dean still holds the record for the most league goals in a season with 60 in 39 matches in the 1927-28 season.

Aintree Racecourse - Liverpool - Racecourse

Aintree Racecourse - Liverpool - Racecourse

Distance 1.32 miles (2.11 km)
For a few brief moments every year, the world's most famous horses run the worlds most famous race - on the world's most famous race-course. Aintree racecourse is now enjoying its most successful period in modern times. While many courses rely on subsidies, the Aintree management is very much commercially minded and on non-racedays the new Queen Mother stand, opened by Her Majesty in 1991, hosts wedding receptions, conferences and exhibitions. In the heart of the racecourse a new golf complex features a superb driving range and one of the longest nine-hole courses in the UK.