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British seaside hotspots don't come more iconic than Blackpool, which has delighted so many generations of visitors with its scenic Victorian charm. The wide beach with its rippled sands looks like a slice of the Mediterranean, only with the added bonus of 3 attraction-packed piers, while other must-sees include the ethereal animals of the aquarium and the glitzy ballroom. Whether you're here for the thrill rides and live shows, or just want to spend lazy days on the beach and promenade, a Blackpool bed and breakfast will put everything right on your doorstep, so you can relax and soak up the buzzing, family-friendly atmosphere of this beloved destination.
Here on a cheeky romantic break, or treating the whole family to a few days beside the seaside? A bed and breakfast in Blackpool will tick all the boxes, either way. There's just something right about choosing a B&B here, as these charmingly traditional residences are in perfect keeping with the retro pleasures that make the resort such a great British institution. There are plenty of pads to choose from, offering a warm welcome and comfortable, spacious guestrooms to suit every visitor. You can opt for Blackpool bed and breakfasts with vintage decor that will make you feel like you've stepped back in time, or pick somewhere impeccably contemporary to base yourself in.
Guestrooms often come equipped with all the conveniences, including TVs, kettles and free Wi-Fi. Many residences also offer free parking, which is certainly a big plus if you're driving here. Come daybreak, you can expect to enjoy classic, full English breakfasts – with veggie options of course – which will keep you nicely fueled for exploring the endless attractions of Blackpool. Want to see the Blackpool bed and breakfast options available? You can browse a whole array of potential places on Expedia, where you can view photos of the B&Bs and use our detailed descriptions of each residence to make a booking in no time. Want a very different kind of British city break? Head to the urban playground of Manchester instead.
Standing proudly over the whole resort, the Blackpool Tower isn't just a symbol of the town – it's one of Britain's most adored landmarks. It's not just pretty to look at, either. The tower is home to a glass-floored viewing platform which will have everyone's jaws dropping as they gaze out over the sea, while the Blackpool Tower Ballroom is a lavish, golden setting for gliding across the dance floor or taking a deliciously indulgent afternoon tea.
Almost as famous as the tower is Blackpool Pleasure Beach, with its giddily exciting array of theme park rides, including the Big One. This more than lives up to its name, being the tallest roller coaster in the land. More rides can be enjoyed on the piers that jut out to sea, while a more tranquil time can be had at SEA LIFE Blackpool, which immerses visitors in a dreamy, underwater world of graceful stingrays, colourful seahorses and alien-like jellyfish. More fascinating animal encounters can be had at Blackpool Zoo, and – come the evening – you can bask in a show at the Grand Theatre, a venue that's been wowing audiences since 1894. Whatever you have on your to-do list, remember to make time just to stroll by the seafront, perhaps with hot chips or cool ice cream to hand. It's what Blackpool is all about.