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The Kensington Hotel - Blackpool Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Kensington Hotel

281 - 287 South Promenade, Blackpool - Map
 
 
"Very enjoyable stay for the whole family."
I have given this hotel a 5 star rating for my own personal reasons. It's not the ritz but it's a very nice, affordable, friendly hotel who allows teenagers to share a family room with parents. Other hotels expect teenagers over the age of 14 to have their own room which doubles the cost. ANYWAY back to this hotel, the room was lovely and cozy with a nice sea view and a separate bathroom with plenty of room. This was our 2nd visit and we had the same room whoop whoop. Breakfast was a proper fry up with many other options available meaning that even my fussy eater found plenty to eat. The staff were very friendly and I enjoyed having the room service, beds made and fresh towels each day! We only made use of the evening entertainment which is in the basement once due to spending our evenings walking the lights but it was very enjoyable and suitable for younger guests too. The price is right, the location is perfect and we were all comfortable. We are looking forward to returning again for another 3/4 night stay.
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Mode - Lytham St. Anne's Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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45 South Promenade, Lytham St. Anne's - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel with lovely view just as I requested."
We arrived early and although our room wasn't ready we still received a warm welcome from Leah. She advised us of places to go for lunch and advised she would get our room ready as soon as possible. On our return it was ready and the staff cleaning the rooms asked if everything was alright and if we had everything we needed which was a nice touch. We had a lovely sea view room with a balcony where you could sit and watch the sun go down. Excellent.
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The Avenue Hotel at Brockhall - Blackburn Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Avenue Hotel at Brockhall

Brockhall Village, Blackburn - Map
 
 
"Amazing stay"
Amazing stay, staff so welcoming & friendly. We arrived later than expected, close to midnight & staff were friendly & welcoming. Room was great, huge comfy bed, powerful shower. Breakfast was tasty. Would definitely stay again. xx
Traveller from edinburgh
The Stirk House Hotel - Clitheroe Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Stirk House Hotel

Gisburn, Clitheroe - Map
 
 
"Superb country hotel "
Country hotel set in beautiful grounds, but modern and comfortable inside, friendly helpful staff and delicious food made for a relaxing short break. This was made even more special by a large delightful room and the most comfortable bed I have ever slept on.
Traveller from Lincolnshire
Breck Apartments - Poulton-le-Fylde Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
£159
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Breck Apartments

41-43 Breck road, Poulton-le-Fylde - Map
 
 
"Perfect luxurious pad exactly as on advert."
It was perfect thoroughly enjoyed my stay so comfortable and easy to access places of interest. Boulton is a be as dutiful village with awesome surprising k y very lively night life. Friendly locals too. The only down was the noise from train station which is conveniently opposite the a poo apartments, but this could be tolerated given the comfortable apartments. I highly recommend this place. Awesome xxx
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The Blackpool - Blackpool Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Blackpool

58-62 Albert Road, Blackpool - Map
 
 
"great location"
was a stones throw away from the winter gardens which was what we wanted. great staff, clean but in need of updating. showers in our rooms were just a trickle and cold. To be fair to the manager, he had only been there for three days so couldn't complain to him too much. Have booked again for next year so hopfully,any problems will have been sorted by then. Breakfast was lovely. Plenty of it and it was hot. Well done Terry, and Brian our server was a joy. For what we paid, cant really complain. Just needs a few improvements here and there. ,
Traveller from york, england
Oak Royal Hotel - Chorley Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Oak Royal Hotel

Bury Lane, Chorley - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel in lovely countryside."
Generally pleasant hotel. Lovely staff. Room was tastefully decorated and equipped, but only having a skylight window gave me claustraphobia. Kept banging our head on the slanting ceiling. Breakfasts were very good, but meals were expensive for nothing special. The dining room was cold.
Traveller from Cumbria
Hotel Famille - Blackpool Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Famille

238 Queens Promenade, Blackpool - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel, good location."
This hotel has recently been taken over by new management who are in the process of building up the business. We received a warm welcome on arrival, room was clean and well appointed with elevator access to our floor. Staff were very helpful and polite and nothing was too much trouble. Location along the queen's promenade in Bispham is ideal for a relaxing break and is very close to frequent transport links to Blackpool, Cleveleys, and Fleetwood. I would highly recommend the hotel, and would be delighted to return here on a future visit to Blackpool.
Traveller from Larkhall
Lancaster House Hotel - Lancaster Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Lancaster House Hotel

Green Lane, Ellel, Lancaster - Map
 
 
"Good quality hotel, things need improving "
The room was lovely and clean and the reception staff were very nice and helpful. The only things that would have improved our stay would've been if there were some nice grounds to walk round and also the bar on the evening was ridiculous. It was like they were all training staff. It took us 20 mins to get served and there were two couples before us. Also they didn't know how to make a snowball which was on the menu, I had to tell them. Also the bar had a terrible smell like beer had been spilt and not cleaned up properly. It smelled like off beer. I had just proposed to my girlfriend this night and so wanted a posh romantic meal, the food was amazing but the large table full of young teenagers screaming and shouting whilst people were trying to have a nice meal really put us off. Especially when they were all stood up talking right behind my back whilst I was eating and they were messing about.
Traveller from Leeds

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    Pocket Guide: Historic Hotels in Lancashire

    Lancashire is famous for its industrial past, which reached its zenith during the great Industrial Revolution. This transformed English society and set the country on its road to global dominance in the 18th and 19th centuries. But Lancashire's colourful history goes back much farther than that, as the Romans are well documented here. Later on, the Lancashire countryside started filling up with great castles and abbeys, whose ruins are still a powerful presence. It's not surprising that many of the county's stately homes and town centre buildings, as well as numerous rural barns and windmills, have been turned into hotels. Increasingly discriminating and adventurous tourists frequently prefer staying at a Lancashire historic hotel to enjoy a unique atmosphere and enhance their overall holiday experience.

    Remembrance of Things Past at Lancashire Historic Hotels

    There are many excellent historic hotels in Lancashire in which you can get a real sense of the past. From 18th-century coaching inns out in the countryside to grand Regency establishments such as The Kensington Hotel on Blackpool's South Promenade, visitors love the old world ambience and superior services of these unique establishments. Who, given the choice between a bland, purpose-built hotel that looks and feels like any other, and a rural or urban lovingly-restored mansion with many of its fixtures and fittings still intact, would hesitate between the two? Not only are they packed with bags of character, but you might even get a few little surprises too including resident ghosts, buildings with unique historical importance, and the occasional secret passageway or priest hole!

    Historic Hotels in Lancashire for Atmosphere and Charm

    Your Lancashire historic hotel, be it in Manchester, Blackpool, Fleetwood or anywhere else in the county, will provide you with every modern comfort and convenience. Spa facilities and indoor pools are quite common, along with fitness rooms and personalised guestroom décor, so the history is not allowed to intrude on personal convenience. Historic hotels in Lancashire, such as the Stirk House Hotel in Clitheroe, are a happy blend of old and new, allowing you to luxuriate in a thoroughly modern way but in surroundings that are redolent of the past.

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