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Carleton House Hotel
17 Alexandra Rd
Southport
Merseyside

PR9 0NB | View map

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One of the finest Hotels in Southport, this Elegant Victorian Hotel is of high standards. Guests can relax in tranquil, traditional surroundings and enjoy the quality and comfort of a warm, friendly service at all times. This beautiful Hotel is ideally situated on a quiet Street, just a short stroll from all local amenities i.e. Lord St, Pleasureland, Ocean Plaza, Beach, Theatres & Golf. It has many stunning interior features with 11 tastefully designed En-suite Bedrooms, Fully licensed Irish style Bar/lounge offering a wide selection of Beers, Wines & Spirits at reasonable prices and large screen T.V. An excellent standard and variety of Full English Breakfast and a fine choice of Evening Meals are served in a beautiful, spacious Restaurant. FREE CAR-PARKING in Hotel grounds. THE HOTEL IS NON-SMOKING.

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