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.
The Promenade,Southport GB - Southport PR8 1RB
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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..
Lord Street GB - Southport PR8 1NZ
With a modern leisure club and 2 traditional restaurants, Scarisbrick Hotel also features a cocktail lounge and real ale bar. The hotel is in Southport centre, just off Lord Street Boulevards. The leisure centre features a fully equipped gym and ind..
Lord Street GB - Southport PR8 1JS
With its landscaped gardens and Victorian features, the Prince Of Wales Hotel is a 10-minute walk to Southport Train Station and to the beach. Wi-Fi is free in public areas. Situated on Lord Street, the hotel is a 5-minute drive away from Hesketh Pa..
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.