Sleeping a total of six people in two double beds and two single sofa beds, Pirrie’s Quarters is ideal for a families and friends. The rooms balcony doors open to stunning views of Liverpool, overlooking some of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
Step into your very own quarters and be dazzled by your temporary home-from-home. The room includes a kitchenette, which boasts everything you need. With a beautiful bathroom that has a large walk-in shower and double whirlpool bath, guests can help themselves to the complimentary toiletries provided.
All of the furnishings have been made on site by our carpenters and each photograph you see on the walls has a story extensive history behind it. Beautiful spot lights teamed-up with chesterfield walls set the tone of the room; a perfect blend of contemporary and classic.
All rooms include a WiFi connection, iron and ironing board tea and coffee making facilities, a smart TV with full internet access, 19 international channels, a telephone and a large safe.
About The Pirrie Quarters
William James Pirrie, or Viscount Pirrie, was a prominent and often controversial partner with Harland & Wolff, the company responsible for the construction of RMS Titanic and her sister ships. Pirrie was due to sail on RMS Titanic’s maiden voyage but was prevented from doing so due to illness. He died at sea in 1924 from pneumonia.