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Welcome to
Bay Tree House
+44 (0) 1704 510 555
Town House Bed and Breakfast Marine Gate, No 1 Irving Street, Southport, Merseyside PR9 0HD
Bay Tree House, Bed and Breakfast, Southport

 Out and About

Besides the famous Lord Street and the Southport pier, Churchtown village and Birkdale heritage, there is so much to do near Southport...

Local Attractions

  Ainsdale Nature Reserve (6.1km)
Enjoy and exhilarating walk around Ainsdale National Nature Reserve.  This is a circular route and it is possible to join it from the beach car park at Ainsdale (a short walk along the shore) or from Freshfield Station.
  Southport Arts Centre (1.2km)
Situated in the centre of Lord Street, next to the Town Hall and Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport Arts Centre is a multi-faceted facility that offers a variety of high quality events including theatre, music, comedy and film.
  Churchtown Village (3.7km)
Churchtown is a tranquil, historic village on the northern fringe of Southport that dates back to the Domesday Book. Browse through the village's specialist shops and stop for a bite in its charming cafes and pubs.
  Birkdale Village (1.8km)
Birkdale village is home to several restaurants and bars as well as a number of independent retailers, including a bridal shop, fusion art photographer and the Birkdale Cheese Centre. The village is just a five minute drive fro Southport town centre.
  Anthony Gormley's 'Another Place' (23km)
Visit Crosby beach to see these spectacular cast iron sculptures spread out along three kilometres of the foreshore, stretching almost one kilometre out to sea.
  Rufford Old Hall (18.5km)
Home to the Heskeths for 500 years - fantastic furniture, arms, armour and tapestries sweep through the hall where history springs to life in the Hesketh's dining room, the food-laden table, lit candles and a 'fire in the hearth'.
  Formby Point Nature Reserve (14.2km)
Red squirrels, natterjacks, prehistoric footprints and miles of coastal walks are just waiting to be discovered - part of Formby's amazing and ever changing landscape.
 
Enjoy breathtaking sea views or a picnic; head out on a bracing coastal walk or find out about Formby's fascinating coastal history.
  Liverpool City (31.7km)
There is so much to see and do in Liverpool...
  • The ALbert Dock - we recommend the "Duck Tours"
  • Croxteth Hall
  • Liverpooll Cathedral
  • The Mersey Ferries
  • The Cavern Club
  • Beatle Tours
  • Much more...
      Speke Hall, Liverpool (50.7km)
    Speke Hall is a rare Tudor timber-framed manor house in a most unusual setting on the banks of the River Mersey - a unique and beautiful mixture of Tudor simplicity and Victorian Arts and Crafts' aesthetics.
      Martin Mere Nature Reserve, Burscough (16km)
    Don't miss...
    • Bats
    • Brown hare
    • Ducks
    • Geese
    • Hawks (hen harriers, hobby, merlins and peregrine falcons all hunt the marshes)
    • Lapwing
    • Redshanks
    • Swans (especially, thousands of wintering whooper swans)
    • Dragonflies & Damselflies
      Knowsley Safari Park (36.5km)
    Tons of events and attractions to suit all ages - from educational Keeper Talks and amazing performances, from Biffo and the boys at the Sea Lion Show, to a fantastic Fair Ground and the exhilarating challenge of the High Ropes, an experience to remember for a long time.
      Ribchester Roman Museum (48.3km)
    Ribchester Roman Museum contains many artifacts charting the history of this beautiful and historic part of Lancashire, from neolithic to Roman times and beyond.

    Southport cycling town Wifi and Freeview AA 4 star approved AA Breakfast Award 2012
    Heather, Canada
    Nov 2012
       "Our room had a huge bay window overlooking the sea and the bed was very comfortable for two jet lagged guests. The breakfast was amazing! I would definitely stay here again."
    KSB,
    Had a wonderful stay - Dec 2012
       "We stayed for two nights and wished we could have stayed longer! Everything about our stay was wonderful; the room, facilities and breakfast. Leigh and Cleo were wonderful hosts and we'd definitely stay again."
    Karen and Rita, Shiefield
    Oct 2012
       "The hospitality in this B & B was excellent. Beautiful spotless rooms,this place surpassed all our expectations. We would definately stay there again as it is impossible to fault."
    Peter, Stockport
    “this is the way to excel” -- 5th Feb, 2013
       "This is the best B&B we have found in the UK.The welcome of owners Cleo and Leigh and the service provided by them was excellent. The breakfast choices and quality were lovely and far exceeded most hotels. Well done - a shining example - we recommend others to try them - but hope that there will still be space for us!"
    We are proud to be strictly non-smoking throughout.
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