Bowden Lodge Hotel (Southport) Reviews
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 houses as, generally, they offer good value for money. However, the standard is quite variable and, as you will have gathered from my previous reviews of many of them, are either good quality but expensive or of reasonable price but a but below par. On... more
Customer Bowden Lodge Hotel (Southport) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/12/08, updated on 24/12/08 (Very useful, 279 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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