Bowden Lodge Hotel (Southport) Reviews
Description:Address: 18 Albert Road / Southport / Merseyside / England
Newest Review: ... In addition, brand new hotels have been built; the very upmarket (rooms at up to £600 a night) Vincent on Lord Street and a huge Ramada Plaza on the Promenade, next to the Floral Hall. In addition there is also, at the other end of the market, a new Premier Inn on the Marine Lake, which has been so popular that it is already undergoing expansion. We tend to go for the small family guest ... more
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by - written on 24/12/08, updated on 24/12/08 (Very useful, 292 readings)
I lived in Southport for around 15 years. It's where I met the love of my life so you will appreciate that I have a particular affection for this delightful sea-side town. When I was very young I always promised myself that one day I would live by the sea. At that time my grandparents did; they lived in Worthing. I think I assumed that I would spend every day sat on the sand making sandcastles! There's plenty of space to make sandcastles on Southport beach; the sea is more out than in. We haven't lived in Southport now for over a dozen years but still regularly return as my wife's parents still live there. They have an apartment close to Southport's ... Read the complete review
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