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Like being in a kindergarden. Huge queues at breakfast time no matter what time you came down. Very noisy at night with adults and children running up and down the corridors screaming and shouting. We actually left early we were so fed up.
Really nice hotel. Breakfast was buffet style. Not masses of choice but happy to poach an egg when asked. Rooms clean and comfortable. Convenient location. Tram stop outside. Long walk to tower but pleasant one none the less.
On arrival we thought we had booked room plus breakfast. The staff were adamant we hadn’t and made no effort to resolve the issue. Throughout our stay the staff were all abrupt and unfriendly. The decor was very dated with ripped wallpaper and marks on the wall. View from the room was lovely and ...
With lovely people owning the property it is hard to critise the hotel. Situated in a quieter part of Blackpool directly opposite the tram station and bus stop outside. Breakfast is available at only £4.00(full) or adequate parts of it. Next door to the Pleasure Beach is a major benefit. Unfortunately ...
Not happy. Was in wrong room to what was ordered. Asked for sea view did not get it. Bathroom bath taps broken. TV was flaky and terrible, can you imagine a world if we only ly had digital. No free WiFi. This made the kids very happy. Only flaky TV to watch. Can't upload Pictures to this review. ...
Unlike some purple formulaic hotels this hotel has history. Staff friendly and helpful. Rooms clean and comfortable. Good breakfast. What more do you want for the money?
Very nice and clean place in a quiet bit of Blackpool. The place is literally two minutes away (walk) from pleasure beach, beaches and all restaurants & main attractions. Breakfast was good also and the couple who owns the place was very welcoming and couldn’t help more. I would highly recommend ...
Hotel was very welcoming lovely staff can't do enough for you,but in need off refurb and could be a lot cleaner,but entertainment and food good 😊
Lancashire has famously breath-taking landscapes, rising in the north to the mountainous terrain of Cumbria and cut through with attractive river valleys such as that of the River Ribble. With so much on offer inland it can be easy to overlook the fact that Lancashire also has a most beautiful coastline which offers many opportunities for an enjoyable seaside holiday. There are numerous seaside resorts here such as Fleetwood, Morecambe and of course Blackpool, and choosing to stay at a Lancashire beach hotel will place you right next to the golden sands of this gorgeous coastline.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding on a suitable beach hotel in Lancashire, as there are just so many of them. You can however be certain that the one you end up with will be a family-friendly establishment, with a relaxed ambience that will make your kids feel right at home from the start. Many of them have dedicated play areas for younger children, kids' menus and other facilities aimed at youngsters. One invaluable service often offered by Lancashire beach hotels is childminding, so mum and dad can enjoy an evening to themselves occasionally! Beach hotels in Lancashire such as the Inglewood Seafront Hotel in Blackpool and St. Annes on Sea in Lytham St. Anne's provide you with every facility for a great family seaside break.
Lancashire can often be overlooked as a suitable destination for a seaside holiday, and people do tend to think more in terms of Cornwall and Devon when it comes to planning one. The Cornish Riviera is all very well, but spare a thought for Lancashire and its string of excellent seaside resorts like Blackpool and Southport, which excel in providing visitors with a great beach break and throwing in brilliant entertainment as well. If you feel like having a day trip from your beach hotel in Lancashire there are plenty of popular destinations within easy reach of the likes of Blackpool and Morecambe, including traditional market towns, castles and stately homes.