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The Leicester
24 Leicester Street
Southport
Merseyside

PR9 0EZ | View map

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Lorraine and Louise would like to welcome you to The Leicester, were we are known for our hospitality as our guest book can prove.On your arrival a member of our family will greet you and show you to your room.We offer all our guests a free drink of their choice in our very comfortable bar.We offer various accomodation :- room only, bed and breakfast, bed breakfast and evening meal.We have 10 guest bedrooms, 8 are currently ensuite the other 2 will be by Dec 2007.All rooms are equiped with T.V's, hospitality trays, towels, selection of toiletries.We offer free parking on site.Free use of the private members only Dragons Health Gym which is situated only a short walk along the prom.Ideally located for the ever popular Lord Street with its designer shops, resturants, bars and cafes.

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