Girl flying kite on the beach. Photo by Visit Southport

The Beach House will open at Ainsdale Beach in Southport this weekend to provide visitors to the area with delicious freshly made food and drinks.

The venue, which is situated at the main entrance to the beach, is operated by Sefton Hospitality Operations Ltd (SHOL).

It will celebrate this weekend’s opening with live music and face painting for children.

Kellie Rixon MBE FIH, Chair of SHOL and the Institute of Hospitality, said: 

“There was a slight delay to opening by a few days due to staffing issues. This is an issue the hospitality sector is facing currently. 

“However, we are raring to go and are really excited to be opening up the Beach House this Saturday. 

“It’s always a good feeling at the start of the season knowing that we have the whole summer ahead. We’re looking forward to the celebrations starting on Saturday and the fun continuing during the summer.

“Having operated the Beach House for the first time last year, we know what people are looking for from us and we have spent time working on this. We are confident that beach goers will be happy with what will be available from the Beach House.

“We look forward to seeing lots of people heading for a fun day at the seaside and we are sure that what we offer will add to their experience of a great day out.”

It will be open Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 6pm serving delicious small plates, snacks and drinks.

SHOL was created 18 months ago with a mission to provide exceptional customer experiences at great facilities, while meeting the needs of the area’s residents and businesses. 

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1 Comment
  1. zoritoler imol 6 days ago

    It’s hard to find knowledgeable people on this topic, but you sound like you know what you’re talking about! Thanks

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