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Situated near the beach, this spa hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Blackpool Model Village and Gardens and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Marton Mere ...
Village Hotel Blackpool£29Village Hotel Blackpool£29
Located in North Shore, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Blackpool Central Library and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Gynn Square and Blackpool ...
Best Western Carlton Hotel£34Best Western Carlton Hotel£34
Blackpool is probably the most popular town in Lancashire with visitors. Lancaster, the county town, may be more historic and full of old world charm but you can't beat Blackpool for sheer fun throughout the year. Come rain or shine there's always plenty going on here, as you'll discover for yourself when you stay at a Lancashire hotel or guesthouse in the region and have a good time here. There are plenty of B&Bs as well as hotels in Lancashire, suitable for all tastes and budgets, and it's never any problem finding one that fits. The public transport is excellent too, and so it's easy to get around to other parts of the county and wider region.
Blackpool has no less than three piers. The South, Central and North Piers have been providing plenty of fun for generations of visitors and are great highlights of a stay here. They're a focus for much of Blackpool's entertainment and have developed their own individual characters. The North Pier is the oldest and also the longest of the three. If you're looking for great entertainment, the Central Pier with its Big Wheel is the place to come. Thrill-junkies prefer the South Pier, which is a real adrenaline zone and most popular with the youngsters. The Central Pier is free to access, but if the weather is especially inclement it may be restricted. This pier was opened in 1868 and the emphasis was from the start on fun and entertainment rather than on the style of genteel relaxation associated with its neighbouring North Pier.
Central Pier was constructed from good old Victorian cast iron and covered with wooden decking. The piles were screwed into the rock under the sand and the whole structure has proved to be extremely robust, with a couple of fires in 1964 and 1973 only damaging some buildings, which have since been lovingly restored. Today from your Lancashire hotel or guesthouse you can come to Central Pier and enjoy amusement machines, fairground rides and roller skating, and there are plenty of places for refreshments too.