Argyle Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

13 Landguard Road, Shirley
Southampton
Hampshire
England
SO15 5DL

Argyle Lodge, Southampton

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Argyle Lodge Guest House is a warm and friendly, family run guest house, situated just ten minutes from Southampton's city centre. Four star accommodation decorated to a high standard.

Argyle Lodge Guest House is a warm and friendly, family run guest house, situated just 10 minutes away from Southampton's city centre. This four star accommodation, located in a quiet road, provides a comfortable place for tired travellers to relax. Argyle Lodge is conveniently located for access to many sites including the city centre?s restaurants, Mayflower Theatre, Titanic Museum and Southampton?s football and cricket grounds.

The West Quay shopping centre and Southampton University are both easily accessible. Located just five minutes drive from Southampton?s port, it is an ideal stop for cruise passengers. A generous breakfast is served every morning.

Both a buffet offering cereals and fruit and a full English breakfast are available. Rooms are decorated to a high standard, with amenities to ensure a restful stay. Both business and leisure travellers will find Argyle Lodge a peaceful and convenient place to stay.

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