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A very enjoyable stay hotel really nice. Comfortable beds lovely bathroom. Nice bar although drinks a little bit expensive.
Needed an emergency stopover after being stranded in Liverpool with no accomodation, and found Baytree to be the closest reasonable hotel. My sons and I were so pleasantly surprised by this little gem in Southport. The family who operate the business are so friendly and welcoming, even if they support ...
Good location. Walls and doors need updating and soundproofing noisy children and guests disturb the neighbours as can hear almost everything between the rooms. If looking for a nice quiet room this may not occur
We swapped rooms. It didn't smell like the first but wasn't clean. I sent my hubby out with the kids while I bought bleach and cleaned. It took so long he took the kids swimming too! I even cleaned the walls, windows and floor (which was filthy) and I was shattered, I also had to make all the beds. ...
Great location, a little noisy at nite with bars nearby but not extreme. Beds are firm which I'm not used to. Not to many street lights which makes it dark looking when walking about. Apartment very clean n tidy. Glad it's over 25s only.
We only stayed for one night, between events, but we would have very happy to have been able to stay on for longer. Loved this place. It was elegant, modern, and all the staff were great, from the time we walked in the door until we departed. Peter the barman made a great Old Fashioned and also showed ...
Met by the owner, who explained how the hotel worked in detail. He was available to answer any questions about Southport and surrounding area's. The young lady who served breakfast was also friendly and helpful as well as being really good at serving a first class breakfast. The room have everything ...
If you are staying at the Southport Holiday Park, you will have access to an extensive range of leisure facilities, from tennis and arcades to an indoor pool and billiards. All adventure sports hotels in and near Liverpool have comfortable family-friendly rooms which will often include home comforts such as tea and coffee-making amenities and en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries for your convenience.
Most hotels also provide WiFi access in all rooms so you can quickly get online and keep in touch with relatives and friends while you are away. Some include fully equipped fitness centres with cardiovascular machines and free weights so you can always keep up to date with your workout regime. If you prefer to cook while you are away, choose an apartment with a kitchenette and dining space and prepare your favourite meals just like you would back home.
Football fans can book tickets to see a match at the enormous 45,500-seat Anfield stadium, the headquarters of one of the nation's most successful football clubs, Liverpool F.C, since 1892. Once you've checked in at your adventure sports hotel, consider hiring a bike from one of Liverpool's cycle stations and see the city's historic landmarks at a leisurely pace.
The Merseyside coast near Formby and Southport is frequently used for surfing when sea temperatures are warmer between July and September. Many families from Liverpool and Manchester take day trips to relax on the vast sandy beach, which is perfect for a game of volleyball or Frisbee. This coast is particularly popular with golf courses and has even inherited the nickname 'England's Golf Coast' in recognition of its excellent golf courses.
For some great scenery, hike along a section of the Sefton Coastal Footpath, which begins at Crosby, just seven miles to the north of Liverpool city centre, and continues for 21 miles before finishing at Southport. Crosby is also home to the Lakeside Adventure Centre, which offers excellent water sports adventures for adults and children.