We booked this room to get ready for a wedding and stay there afterward. A small room but well decorated, it wasn't until we started getting ready that we realised that this hotel with a great reputation lacks on some of the basics. Nowhere to sit and dry your hair - only socket was on the floor - you're meant to sit on the floor straddled in front of the mirror, blocking the exit from the bathroom? The standard double room is certainly not big enough for two people to get ready for a night out. We were left wondering if we should have booked a larger, more practical, less posh looking hotel. The nightcap we had at the bar was amusing at least - the hotel seems to be the place for people to go for a night out, and it was absolutely rammed with 20 somethings looking to spend some cash and 'still got it' divorcees.
Lovely welcome, hotel staff were polite and helpful, our room was first class for cleanliness and comfort. .
Unfortunately didn't have the opportunity to use the hotel facilities.
Great location, Southport is a lovely welcoming town. We will come again.
We wanted dog friendly and got it ,we got ground floor suite which was good. we were central for all amenities hotel dated but bed was clean and towels were changed every day ,staff friendly and helpful ,breakfast was plentiful ,bar was reasonably priced .Hotel was placed very easy to go anywhere from ,we had 4 days stay very enjoyable .
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.
I have stayed in many hotels in southport , this by far was the best . Absolutely spotless . Food amazing . Friendly staff and very helpful .. I won't be going anywhere else when I stay in southport ... Room 3 .. Thankyou felt very welcome !!!
This was a mini break at a comfortable B&B. Room was clean but needed updating. En suite was very small but served its purpose. Plenty of hot water and heating. Tea and coffee facilities in room with biscuits. Fresh milk if required -nice touch. Also honesty bar with drinks and chocolate if you don't want to go out. Close to all shops and amenities. John was a good host and works very hard to keep the B&B running smoothly. Great choice at breakfast and lovely fruit.
Traveller from midlands
Edendale House is situated at the northern end of Southport in a leafy residential area. Guests are offered peace …More
From start to finish, all aspects of our stay exceeded our expectations. Initial welcome from the owners was warm and friendly, and we instantly felt at home. We were also greeted by their lovely dog Baxter, such a handsome, big softie. First impressions on arriving at the hotel were that it was very clean and extremely well presented. Our rooms were also very clean, furnished and decorated to a high standard and very well equipped (freeview TV, tea/coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, safe, toiletries, cotton wool, etc). Very impressed! Breakfast was taken at a time to suit ourselves, which was very much appreciated and we were able to eat at our own pace without being rushed. There was an excellent choice of food on offer and what we ate was delicious, well presented and of the highest quality. To summarise we would highly recommend a stay at this hotel and will most definitely return.
Stayed here two nights for the air show. Clean and comfortable. The owners appear to run this on their own. They are very friendly and can't do enough for you. Breakfast is excellent as they make it to order. I would definitely stay here again.
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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.