The Garden Court Guest House

Guest Accommodation in Southport, Merseyside

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22 Bank Square

The Garden Court Guest House, Southport

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Accommodation Description:

A friendly, family run traditional bed and breakfast updated to provide a warm, comfortable, clean and modern home away from home. All rooms have all the usual facilities and benefit from digital free-view LCD TV sets, access to free WI-FI, and perhaps most importantly comfy beds! Ideally located to make the most of Southports many attractions and just over the road from the Southport Theatre and Convention centre. Adele's home cooked breakfast is a must and will certainly set you up for the day - as many previous guests have kindly commented on, visit our website for reviews!

 3 star rating

From: £22.50

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