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27 Aug-28 Aug
The rooms where very nice comfy and it is in the heart of blackpool but you never see the owners after you arrive and if you need them you have to call a mobile number but a nice hotel
26 Aug-27 Aug
Lovely staff memebers and not far from the centre at all
The host was very nice the breakfast was amazing the only bad thing i got to say is we was on top floor and getting baby stuff up and down was hard
Great location less than 10 minutes walk to pleasure beach and a tram stop at the end of the road. We had a small double with en suite which was clean and ideal for myself and my daughter. Hosts were brilliant and really helpful. Breakfast had plenty of choice and the dining room is large and clean. ...
15 Sep-16 Sep
Very good value for money and amazingly helpful proprietors
16 Sep-17 Sep
The staff was so nice, hotel was clean and the food was good
16 Sep-17 Sep
Friendly welcome, lovely hotel. Not disability friendly. I didn’t think on booking that we would have a problem with disability accesses. Would defo visit again :)
22 Aug-23 Aug
Nothing we didn’t like , friendly , helpful, place was clean , easy access to the town itself , overhaul very plz will stay their again
22 Aug-23 Aug
Amazing hotel the kids and us loved it will definitely be booking again next year
I didn't like the springs in the mattress needs new mattress but enjoyed the toast and breakfast host was excellent and really liked the cozyness of the place was great dining area and appreciated the extra things like mini fridge and daily cleaning. made new friends. fabulous!!!!
The breakfast was nice, but the room needed updating. The bar was closed throughout our visit. The shower was dirty and the window latches were broken. There was a large stain on the carpet, and the childrens bed kept squeaking all night. Cracks in the ceiling, The lady who met us on arrival was ...
25 Aug-26 Aug
Great room for the price. The shower lever needs replacing
Best Western Southport Seafront Royal Clifton Hotel & Spa£37
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The classic British seaside town of Southport, just 20 miles or so north of Liverpool, has been a getaway destination for more than a century. It's been popular since the Victorians sought to escape the big cities in favour of the beaches and attractions along the northern coast. It's got all the trappings of a seaside resort, like a long pier, an attraction-laden promenade and a funfair, making it a firm favourite with families. If you've managed to score 1 of the Southport bed and breakfasts, you can take the kids for some watery fun at Splash World, dive into 1 of the quirky museums or go walking along the coastal footpaths. Of course, if that all sounds like too much effort, the beach is always a good place to while away the days, soaking up the sun or splashing around in the cool ocean.
The bed and breakfasts in Southport have always been the staple accommodation for families visiting the town on holiday. There's nothing better than the home-away-from-home feeling of a seaside bolthole and many get so attached, they visit the same place year on year. The locally born owners always go out of their way to make you feel welcome and their insider knowledge on the best things to do and places to eat is invaluable. To find your perfect B&B, fire up Expedia and search by location and price, scroll through the descriptions and photos, and book in just a few clicks. You'll find the B&Bs to be as diverse as the people who own them. Some are housed in century-old terraced properties that line the streets near the city centre. Others are more stately affairs, with swish guestrooms overlooking the beach and the ocean. If you'd rather save your cash for the attractions, there are plenty of budget options dotting Southport that offer much more than just a place to sleep at night. Whichever you pick on Expedia, you'll always be assured of a stress-free family holiday when you come to Stockport.
The guestrooms come equipped with everything you might expect to find in a hotel, like comfortable double or twin beds, a kettle for making hot drinks and a flat screen TV on the wall. Some have air conditioning in the summer and desks you can use to catch up on a few work emails, using the free WiFi. Others have ensuite bathrooms stocked with toiletries and you'll never have trouble finding Southport bed and breakfasts that offer free parking spots and pet-friendly rooms. When you head downstairs to the dining room in the morning, there's always a home-cooked full English breakfast waiting for you, plus juices and freshly brewed tea. Some even offer lunches and dinners, if you fancy a night in. After your beach holiday, why not make the museum-laden city of Liverpool your next stop?
If the weather is good during the summer most families make a dart for the sandy beach, where they can splash around in the sea or play games on the sand. Towards the end of the day, you can pack up your things and walk along the promenade, or 1 of the country's longest piers where, on a clear day, you can see right across to Blackpool and North Wales. If the weather takes a turn for the worse, there's family fun to be had at the bowling alley, or the rides and arcade games at Silcock's Funland. Staying true to the stereotype of English quirkiness, the British Lawnmower Museum takes visitors on a journey through the history of grass cutting, with plenty of vintage lawnmowers to admire, while the miniature trains that weave through the greenery and small buildings at the Model Railway Village are guaranteed to put smiles on everyone's faces.