|Minimum Stay||7 - 9 nights|
Apartment 2 is a lovely warm 2 bedroom Apartment on the first floor of our corner plot.
This has a light spacious lounge with dining room off and great views down Lord Street
Also off the lounge there is a small balcony which gets lots of sun and the fully fitted kitchen has cream shaker style units and window overlooking the garden.
The two bedrooms are currently double + twin ? the front bedroom has a carved pine double bed and has an ensuite shower (and we can put another single in to make it sleep 3) and the second bedroom is on the back of the building, has 2 single beds with the 2nd bathroom just outside.
Our guests have been very happy in this apartment.
Sleeps up to 4 + 1 + 1 +1
Bed 1 (1 x double) + 1 single if required; Bed 2 (2 x single) + 1 single if required
Extra single bed in dining area by request.
2 Bathrooms (1 Bath, 1 Shower)
Fully fitted Kitchen
Washing Machine/Dryer, Dishwasher
Oven, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Hob, Kettle, Toaster, Coffee Machine etc.
Free wi-fi, video entry, alarm
One parking space on site
Towels & Bedding Supplied
Patio doors to balcony from the Lounge
No smoking inside please
Dining Table for 6
TV with Freeview, DVD Player
1st Floor with Lift Access just outside your Apartment (or stairs if you prefer)
Gas Central Heating throughout, Double Glazing
Pat & Norman bought the Shelbourne in 1980 and expanded the site from just the corner plot to include the buildings to Beach Priory Gardens and ran the successful Hotel and Function Suite - where many wonderful weddings were held!
Pat & Norman's daughter Melanie and husband David (who has crossed over the border from Yorkshire!) now also run the site which has been completely overhauled in 2008/9 and converted to self-contained holiday apartments.
Melanie & David Clarke purchased this apartment in 1980
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Jul 15 2017 - Jul 23 2017
9 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Price includes heat, light, bedding, towels, free wi-fi and parking space.
Please email us regarding shorter stays - or book online from our website.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Southport shines as one of the North West's most attractive classic seaside resorts. Boosted by the splendour of its preserved Victorian architecture, particularly along Southport's most famous shopping mecca Lord Street which dates from the 1820s. The town's heritage as seaside resort stretches further back to the increasingly popularity of sea bathing from the late 1700s. From these roots, by the end of the 19th century Southport has established itself both as select seaside resort and residential town.
As well as the many examples of fine Victorian architecture, Southport is rich in what the Victorians loved best - parks. Clustered in the town centre sits Hesketh Park, the largest of Southport's parks and nearer the waterfront are Princes Park and Victoria Park. Victoria Park hosts many of the town's flower shows and summer events. Southport is also a prime spot for golf breaks. England's golf coast is on its doorstep, and Southport's own world renowned Royal Birkdale Golf Course played host to the Open Championships in 2008. It wasn't the first time Royal Birkdale has hosted the Open - previous years include 1998, 1983 and 1954.
The jewel of the North West's coastline are the stunning award winning beaches along the Southport and Sefton Coast. The endless sands of Southport beach are perfect for families and nearby Ainsdale Beach boasts the only Blue Flag award on the North West coast. The resort's family friendly beach, which has lifeguard presence in the summer season, is complimented by its charming renovated Victorian pier - the oldest remaining iron pier in the country alongside its unique manmade Marine Lake with adjacent cafes and bars, boat trips and the popular Mississippi Paddle Steamer for cruises along Southport's historic waterfront. The contemporary Marine Way Bridge shaped like a sail crosses the Marine Lake and makes for superb strolling territory - as does Marine Drive, Southport's new promenade.
Southport's key success is its wide appeal and choice of attractions. As a family seaside holiday base, Southport is perfect, boasting leisure complex centre Splash World which combines cutting edge water rides with on-site Dunes Leisure Centre with spa, gym and leisure facilities. Other seaside amusement centres are dotted along the prom including a Vue cinema, bowls, shopping centre, go-karting, pitch & putt golf and a selection of restaurants, cafes and traditional seaside fare are here aplenty. Other highlights include Southport's eclectic mix of events and festivals - the town's international Jazz Festival at the end of May annually picks up national media attention (checkout the webguide right for this year's outstanding line up). Other events in Southport's exciting calendar include the Southport Comedy Week, the North West Motor Show, the Southport Air Show, Flower Shows and the popular Woodvale Rally.