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Rathbone Hospital is located in Liverpool in the Old Swan part of the city and it is a mental health hospital that focuses on rehabilitation for men. The hospital aims to treat patients with the view to successfully reintegrating them back into society. There are two wards in the hospital and each one has 16 rooms that have en suite facilities. There are also two flats that are self contained.
With YourParkingSpace you are able to book car parking near Rathbone Hospital, including car parking for a few hours, good value overnight car parking, or a place to park for a number of months. Via pre-booking you guarantee yourself a parking space and also save a lot of cash in the process.
If you have a spare driveway, off-street parking space, or even a lock-up garage in Rathbone Hospital you could make extra cash through renting it out. Parking spots near to Rathbone Hospital can be let out, ranging from daily car parking for visitors to Rathbone Hospital or local employees looking for contract car parking.
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Latest Rathbone Hospital parking reviews
would park again everything ok bus stop nearCalum
Convenient location with plenty of space.Gary
My only issu is that monthly payments are a bit pricey, buy everything else i have no issue with the team are friendly and always finding ways to help.Kimberly
Very easy to book, handy to get to and just pull up and park. Great all around.Robert
Easy to find. I texted owner to confirm we were in our way and she text back immediately (I did this cos of a little problem I had with another booking earlier in the year) Felt Safe. The reason I’m not rating it as a 5 is that it’s a bit of a way outDeborah
Very easy. Would use again.Adam