The Stamford

Bed and Breakfast in Southport, Merseyside

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

17 Bath Street
Southport
Merseyside
England
PR9 0DP

The Stamford, Southport

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Accommodation Description:

The Stamford is a luxury boutique guest accommodation situated in the centre of Southport in a quiet location just minutes from all shops, restaurants, conference centre, theatre and many attractions. We have many top golf courses within easy reach and we can arrange 'Tee Times' for you in advance of your stay. We have ten bedrooms, all en suite, that can accomodate up to 24 guests with ample parking to the front of the guest house.

Prices are from £30 per night per person for bed and breakfast.

We welcome you to the Stamford Guest Accommodation. Our town centre guest house is the ideal place to stay for the discerning leisure, or business traveller. Our accommodation would be a perfect choice for a golfing break or organised golf association event, as we have a very good local course nearby.

We can accommodate small coaches in our car park, and have the facilities to accept up to 24 guests. 26 inch flat screen televisions with built in DVDs in all rooms. A selection of rooms from single, double, twin, king and family.

We are also the owners of the property next door, so there is ample parking space able to accommodate all guests. All bedrooms are beautifully furnished and finished with soft furnishings such as throws, cushions, as well as designer lamps and crystal chandeliers. There is a beautiful resident's lounge with a 50 inch television.

The guest accommodation has freeview and wifi throught for your conveneince. Our town house has been refurbished to a very high standard with most of the en suites fitted to designer bathroom standards. There is a complementary hospitality tray in every room, which also includes bottled water.

Complementary toiletries in every room with further items available if needed. Breakfast menus in each room to help with your selection of food and preferred breakfast time, this should be completed preferably the night before to eliminate any waiting time the next morning. There is a vast choice of items from the traditional full English, vegetarian, continental or bagels with scrambled eggs and smoked salmon.

All of this is preceded by fresh juices, cereal and fresh fruit.

 4 star rating

From: £32.00

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Poulton-le-Fylde, St Chad's Church - 13.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Astley Hall Museum and Art Gallery - 14.6 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Victoria Gallery and Museum - 16.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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