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New England Guest House
67 Bath Street
Southport
Merseyside

PR9 0DN | View map

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The New England Guest House is ideally situated near the town centre of Southport, as well as just a couple of minutes walk from the main Theatre and Conference Complex. The Promenade, Lake and other amenities are close by.

We have 10 letting rooms which provide extremely comfortable and practical accommodation for single travellers, couples, small groups and families. These include double, twins, Superior Kings and 3 rooms which can sleep 3 or 4 adults or children. All rooms have central heating, en suite facilities, TV /DVD , and extensive hospitality trays with tea, coffee, hot chocolate, fruit teas and biscuits.as standard. A small library of books and DVDs is available for the use of guests, and other conveniences such as ironing facilities, hairdryers etc, if not already standard in your room, can soon be brought there!

Travel cot, highchair and other baby friendly facilites are available on request. All rooms are well-behaved-dog friendly. They are very welcome to join us, but not unfortunately in the lounge where resident westies Bilbo and Miego are known to wander! Breakfast is served between 7.30am and 10.00am or at other times by prior arrangement. Any dietry requirements will happily be catered for, again on request.

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