Detached victorian lakeside
- Swimming Pool
- Smoking Allowed
- Pets Allowed
- Airport Shuttle
All rooms have double sleigh beds, mini fridge, flat screen TV and a bistro table. Free wifi too! Our place is a three storey over basement victorian house situated on a wide road with views out to the lake and the sea beyond. Grab a book and go over to a bench in front of the lake for some 'me' time!
We have three double ensuite rooms available and so group bookings are possible. The price is per room NOT per person!
Guests may use our fabulous kitchen to prepare light meals and snacks. Guests may also use the dining room.
Interaction with Guests
Where interaction with guests is concerned, we are there if you need us! We also have a manager who is available when we are not! Having said that we are very flexible and accomodating so whatever you want - just ask we will do all we can to ensure that your stay with us is just like home!
Southport has all you need in a English holiday destination. A perfect location on the coast with miles of beach, if a traditional seaside holiday is what you are looking for we have plenty of it. Mixed with family fun activities and attractions, an abundance of wildlife and nature across the coast, topped off with an eclectic mix of arts and culture, a round of golf in world class golf courses or a spot of shopping, Southport really does have it all....
Eating Out in Southport has never been better with an abundance of restaurants, cafes, tearooms and much more, Southport is a great choice for dining out on all occasions. Whether you fancy a taste of the East or something with a more local flavour, night time fine dining or a home made meal and fresh scone, you’ll find it all in our guide to the Eating Out establishments in Southport.
Formby Hall Golf Resort Formby Hall is quite simply one of the finest golf resorts on England's Golf Coast.
The challenging 72-par Old Course boasts an excellent pedigree and is an established venue on the European Challenge Tour, while the 9-hole par three course has been described as the best.
Hesketh is the oldest golf club in Southport, established in 1885.
Part links and part parkland, it is set among the Victorian villas of a residential area at the northern end of South West Lancashire's sand dune system. Designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Hillside is widely regarded as the finest British golf course not to have staged an Open Championship and there are those who believe that it presents a tougher challenge than many of the courses on the current rota.
Ainsdale Sand Dunes National Nature Reserve (NNR) is a 508-hectare site comprising rare dunes, beach and woodland habitats. There are 10 kms of way-marked footpaths to follow.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is the largest international wetland conservation charity in the UK. You can have a fantastic day out at Martin Mere seeing, feeding and learning about wetland birds and mammals as the only attraction in the North West that has a beaver enclosure.
In Southport’s town centre is Victoria Park, home to the famous Southport Flower Show and many other events. There are acres of open lawns, perfect for ball games and family fun as well as a network of pathways – a favourite with cyclists and skaters. There’s a children’s play area too!
Southport beach is the ideal antidote to the hustle and bustle of the town centre. Marvel at the magnificent coastal views through the seaside telescopes and enjoy building sand castles or tuck into a picnic on the beach’s vast open sands. You’ll also find Southport’s iconic Pier here.
The largest park in Southport, comprised of a large and safe children's play area, mini golf course and children's train in a woodland setting. There are numerous nature trails throughout this picturesque park, containing varied wildlife with duck ponds, lakes and a large Aviary.
Just a few minutes out of the Southport centre in Churchtown are the Botanic Gardens. Originally opened in 1874, these Victorian gardens are bursting with floral splendour and colourful displays.Winding through the park is the garden’s lake and a multitude of pathways.
*Southport Seaside Stroll
Southport is often referred to as ‘England’s Classic Resort’, a seaside town of sophisticated charm and character, yet with plenty of activities and events on offer, right throughout the year.
This short walk (2 miles) takes in some of the main landmarks and attractions.
*Theatre / Venue
The Atkinson is an £18 million multi art-form venue set in a grade II listed building in the heart of Southport. With its beautifully restored art galleries and theatre it will host the very best of visual and performing arts throughout the year. The Studio will offer the best in live music.
*Waterfront Arts Project
One of Southport’s most unique attractions is the Waterfront Arts Project on Southport’s Promenade. This large fine art gallery space opened in August 2010 and has led the way in Southport’s artistic and cultural revival. The Project has now attracted over 32,000 visitors.
*Lawn Mower Museum
A unique experience at the multi award winning British Lawnmower Museum is the Nations foremost Museum of garden machinery in Southport Merseyside, housing over 200 restored exhibits with all their history at the world’s only lawnmower Museum.
Lawnmowers are a very British obsession.
*A recognisable landmark of the Southport is the Grade II listed Pier at Southport beach – the oldest iron pier and second longest in the country. Hop on board the one-of-a-kind Pier tram to the end pavilion or if you’d rather stretch your legs you can stroll the Pier’s full length. In the Pier's Pavilion there's a licensed cafe, a small exhibition on Southport history as well as traditional penny slot machines such as pre-decimalised one-armed bandits.
*Why not explore Southport by bike - the ideal, cost effective and environmentally friendly way to see the sights! Available for hire from the Southport Cycle Centre.
Southport Cycle Centre has bikes for all the family including; Tag-a-longs, trailers, children's bikes and child seats
Use of helmets, security locks, lights and other accessories are also included in the cost.
*Something for the water babies
Southport's home to the fun all weather water park Dunes Splash World.
Kept at a constant 84 degrees Fahrenheit it’s the ideal place to visit no matter what the weather’s like outside. With fast flumes and river rides, a relaxing bubble spa and a brand new, recently refurbished toddler area and water play area including tipping buckets and fountains so there’s gallons of watery fun for everyone! There’s a poolside café as well so after you’ve worked up an appetite pop in for some refreshments. For Splash World opening dates and times please visit their website (website hidden) or call (phone number hidden).
Splash World forms part of the Dunes Splash World complex. As well as the leisure pool there is another 25 metre main pool, a toddler pool, a sauna cabin and steam suite and large sports hall. There is also a fantastic Fitness Suite with a massive range of state-of-the-art equipment and an acitivity studio with a wide and varied class programme.
*Shop until you drop!
One of Southport's most celebrated sights is Lord Street, a Victorian canopied boulevard edged in scenic gardens. With a charming, unique style all of its own, Lord Street has been a favourite shopping destination for over a century.
Speciality shops and designer boutiques are just a stones throw from the street’s picturesque and leafy gardens - the ideal place to unwind whilst still in the hub of the town. Right at Lord Street’s heart is Wayfarers Shopping Arcade, open since 1898. This Grade II listed building boasts a stunning glass-domed roof, impressive period décor and a range of over 30 exclusive stores. Their café and restaurant offer the perfect setting to soak up the Arcade’s atmosphere.
The Royal Arcade at the south end of Lord Street is the ideal place to continue the nostalgia. Brimming with antiques and collectables, bargain hunters can while away the hours seeking out extraordinary wares.
After shopping and exploring you’re sure to be ready for some refreshments. Lord Street is home to a wide selection of tea rooms, coffee shops and restaurants so dine al fresco or relax in a more traditional setting, and enjoy the charm of this unique street.
You see Southport really does have it all and our house is right in the middle of it all!
If you are coming by car there is ample off and on road parking. Taxis are in abundance in the town and it only costs around £3 to get back here after a night out in the town!
We do not cater for pets and smokers smoke outside.