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The bed was extremely uncomfortable and I didn't sleep all night because of it. Hotel staff very pleasant. On checkout the bed was mentioned, which we were told mattress toppers had been done. Room basic but for one night very adequate. With a different bed we would have been happy.
We were able to check in early as the wedding we were attending started at 2pm. Very friendly and welcoming staff, nothing was too much trouble. Excellent room with all mod cons. Would recommend to anyone.
Great little place, the bed and room was really comfy with an ensuite shower and toilet. Staff are friendly and helpful and the location is walking distance to all the attractions. A full English is an extra £6 but definitely worth it and really nice.
If you're looking for a B&B with the comfiest bed and the most amazing breakfast then this is the place to stay. The hosts are very friendly and shared lots of info about the local area as I wasn't too familiar with St Annes. The menu caters for vegetarians and vegans too so lots of choice from traditional ...
Having to leave your pet dog or cat behind in the care of friends or with a professional kennel can be heartrending when you go on holiday. As this beloved animal has become a part of the family it's like leaving one of the kids behind while you go off to have a good time, and many for holidaymakers it can take the shine off their trip. However, the situation with regards to pets and hotel accommodation is changing across Britain. These days, when you visit a county like Lancashire you have a choice of excellent hotels that will be more than happy to welcome both you and your pet, and go out of their way to make their break as enjoyable as your own. Pet-friendly hotels in Lancashire aren’t a new phenomenon, but their numbers are growing and you can find them all across the county.
Booking in to a Lancashire pet-friendly hotel such as Heywood House in Barnoldswick or The Imperial Hotel in Blackpool, you'll find a range of facilities and services aimed at your four-legged family member. The staff are trained in the arts of handling domesticated creatures, and have the ability and confidence to put them at their ease. With special snacks and treats on offer, your dog will have a great time, and will really appreciate being allowed to holiday with the rest of the family. Lancashire abounds with lovely landscapes and wide open spaces, the perfect terrain for getting out and about with a dog. In your pet-friendly hotel in Lancashire you'll also be able to let him off the leash in an exercise area on-site.
When it's claimed that Lancashire makes a great family destination, the implication is that this refers to parents and children. But dogs and cats are just as valued family members these days and it is becoming increasingly common for them to be taken along too. Lancashire pet-friendly hotels offer the perfect accommodation for you all.