Merseyside is the best place to stay in the UK based on feedback from hotel guests.
The county's capital, Liverpool, took the number one spot for cities with the highest proportion of top-rated properties, according to LateRooms.com.
The hotel booking site has just launched its top rated hotels list 2017, which showed that Merseyside trounced London with a top-rated hotel for every square mile of the city. Second was Plymouth, followed by Manchester, Lincoln and Coventry, while London trailed in at number 43.
Merseyside came out as the UK county with the highest proportion of top-rated accommodation at 41% and with an average guest satisfaction score of 87%. Greater Manchester came in second, followed by Lanarkshire and Worcestershire.
When it came to types of accommodation, farmhouses had the highest average top-rated score in the UK, with an average guest review score of 94%, followed by B&Bs, apartments and guest houses on 91%. Hotels averaged 86% satisfaction.
Top-rated status is awarded based on average guest review scores over the past year; properties must have an average review rating of 80% or above to receive the accreditation, as well as a minimum number of reviews over 2016.