Things to see and do - Southport
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Southport Travel guide
Southport : Michelin's recommendations
Strikingly different from neighbouring Blackpool, Southport is a charming resort with tree-lined streets, attractive flowerbeds and famous gardens. Lord Street is elegant and spacious, the epitome of a Victorian promenade with its wrought-iron canopies and glass-roofed arcades. Children enjoy Southport's long beach and amusement parks. Golf enthusiasts are also drawn to the town by its numerous golf courses, including Royal Birkdale.
Marine Lake, Promenade GB - Southport PR9 0DZ
Prix Prices from : 68 £
On Southport’s Promenade, the 4-star Ramada Plaza Southport offers stylish rooms and a waterside terrace. The luxury hotel also has a modern fitness suite, free Wi-Fi throughout and a brasserie restaurant. The spacious bedrooms each have an interact..
38 The Promenade GB - Southport PR8 1QU
Located steps from Southport’s promenade and just 0.5 miles from the beach, this Victorian hotel is surrounded by bars, shops and night life. The hotel also provides free parking. Lord Street’s shops and gardens are just 5 minutes’ walk from the Alb..
The Promenade,Southport GB - Southport PR8 1RB
Prix Prices from : 48 £
With its grand original Victorian façade, this AA 3-star hotel has superb facilities and a great location, right on the promenade, enjoying panoramic views over the coastline of the North-West. As a member of the world's largest group of fine indepe..
98 Lord St. GB - Southport PR8 1JR
Relaxed café in a striking modern hotel, its glass façade overlooking the street. Open all-day and offering everything from sushi at the counter to 3 courses of globally influenced dishes.
7 Liverpool Rd, Birkdale GB - Southport PR8 4AR
Simple neighbourhood bistro with panelled walls and candles; sit on the red banquette which runs down one side. Gutsy, traditional French cooking, with desserts a speciality. Friendly, efficient service.
30 West St GB - Southport PR8 1 QN
Its old warehouse setting gives this laid-back neighbourhood restaurant a slightly industrial feel, courtesy of exposed brick walls and metalwork screens. Unfussy dishes rely on seasonal ingredients and arrive smartly presented.