We had a great night in this hotel, fantastic view with a four poster bed, room was spacious and clean, are room was in a turret at the front on the hotel so we had a panoramic view of the sea front and gardens.
Hotel was lovely & clean. Room was spacious and decor was tasteful. Cookies & aero's in the room was a lovely touch. We were able to get into our room much earlier than stated. Dave & Judith were both very friendly and helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for them.
Cooked breakfast was nicely cooked and hot. Good selection of breakfast alternatives.
Traveller from stoke on trent
The Bowden Lodge Hotel is ideally situated in a quiet location on Albert Road, the continuation of Southport's famous Lord …More
"Everything was perfect apart from the rude welcome"
The location, room, breakfast price etc were all spot on however we were met at the door by a very unwelcoming man who didn't say hello, show us/tell were our room was or offer any other basic greeting other than to hand us our key (He scored 1). Everything else made up for this though, the breakfast was lovely - locally sourced goods - and service was great (she scored 5). The B&B is beautifully decorated and very clean throughout.
"Hotel very convenient for shops and the promenade"
Room was large and nicely furnished and our dog settled in fine. The breakfast was very speedily served and food was abundant and of a high quality.
We would visit with our dog again as our stay was very pleasant.
Traveller from stafford staffs
Originally a Victorian town house, the Carlton Lodge was converted at the turn of the 19th century. It is a privately owned …More
Stayed for just 1 night over the bank holiday weekend. Hotel is clean and comfortable. The host Max is charming and he provides an excellent breakfast. Quiet location but only 5 mins walk from promenade and Lord street.
A seaside town on the coast of the Irish Sea, this English town is 27 km north of Liverpool. Home to a variety of Victorian architecture, Southport's main tourist attractions include the Southport Pier, the second longest seaside pleasure pier in the British Isles, and Lord Street, a tree-lined shopping street once home of Napoleon III of France.