Landguard Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

21 Landguard Road
Southampton
Hampshire
England
SO15 5DL

Landguard Lodge, Southampton

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This well maintained personally-run property is located close to the city centre, theatres, hospitals, university, airport, docks and the ferry terminals. An ideal base for touring the south.

This well maintained personally-run property is located close to the city centre, theatres, hospitals, university, airport ,docks and the ferry terminals, and is an ideal base for touring the south. The bedrooms are bright and smartly decorated, and all have modern en suite shower rooms. There is a cosy guests' lounge and a sunny breakfast room.

Very comfortable and with friendly service, you are sure to enjoy your stay in our well-presented guest house.

 3 star rating

From: £42.00

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