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Lynwood House
11A Leicester Street
Southport
Merseyside

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This small charming and very personal hotel makes it the perfect setting for a relaxed holiday or well deserved break. The Lynwood is situated in a quiet town centre position just a short stroll from Lord Streets famous tree lined boulevard, the hotel is ideal for delegates visiting the floral hall conference centre, being only a short walk from the promonade.

Our comfortably funished lounge enjoys a sunny aspect for guests wishing to relax over morning coffee or afternoon tea, after a busy day you can retire to our well stocked lounge bar for a well deserved tipple. Each of our 10 en-suite bedrooms has its own charm being individually decorated to a high standard, all rooms have direct dail telephones selection of complementary toiletries and comprihensive courtesy tray. Why not treat yourself and stay in our premier room with antique brass bed, both bath and shower, fluffy bath robes (champagne and chocolates available on request)?! We have proudly been awarded "Proprieter of the year 2007 " in the Southport Ambassador awards recently and strive to maintain our soaringly high standards. We are also wi-fi enabled

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