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Sunnyside Bed and Breakfast
47 Bath Street
Southport
Merseyside

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The newly refurbished Sunnyside Bed and Breakfast is located in Southport’s vibrant town between Lord Street and the Promenade. We have been rated as a 3 star PLUS guest accommodation by Visit Britain, however upon regarding we hope to achieve 4 stars.

The Bed and Breakfast is very close to the towns transport network. The town’s main train station and most of the main bus routes can be accessed with a 5 minute walk. We are also just a short walk from the Southport Theatre & Convention Centre and Southport Pier. We can also be found within a 10 minute walk of Victoria Park home to the Southport Flower show.Our newly refurbished rooms contain flat screen televisions complete with freeview, orthopaedic beds, radio alarms, a hospitality trays and complementary toiletries. For breakfast we provide guests with a choice of English breakfast or continental which includes cereals, fruit and yogurt.

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