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Book a beach hotel near Liverpool and look forward to comfortable accommodation within easy reach of the beautiful Irish Sea coast.
Most beach hotels near Liverpool provide WiFi access so you will have no trouble communicating with friends and family online. Many also offer coffee-making facilities, optional extra bedding, and bathrooms with complimentary toiletries so you can be completely independent.
You can normally expect a tasty full English and/or continental breakfast each morning, which may be included in your room price or subject to a daily surcharge. Some hotels have left-luggage facilities so you can safely store your baggage if you arrive at your destination before the earliest check-in time.
Once you have checked in at your beach hotel, head to Southport's elegant promenade, which overlooks a vast sandy beach that is popular with many day-trippers from Liverpool during the summer. Take the family to the New Pleasureland Southport theme park or explore the Wayfarers Arcade, a superb Victorian mall where you can browse many quality souvenir gifts at independent boutiques.
Next to the upmarket town of Formby, these sand dunes are perfect for relaxing summer walks and ideal for capturing the sunset on a clear evening. This area is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and is one of the few locations in Britain where it is still possible to observe the red squirrel.
Visit Liverpool's World Museum's science, natural history and culture exhibitions, go to the Beatles Story exhibition, then visit the Walker Art Gallery and see its impressive collection of European art. Liverpool is also home to the Merseyside Maritime Museum, where you can learn more about how this city became a leading maritime centre by the 19th Century.
If you are interested in venturing further afield, you could spend the day at Blackpool in Lancashire, just an hour from Southport. One of Britain's most popular seaside resorts, it's famed for its 518-foot-tall Blackpool Tower, extensive sandy beach, the Pleasure Beach amusement park, and autumn illuminations display.