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Bed and Breakfasts in Blackpool - 422 B&Bs, Hotels and Guest Houses

The Montclair
The Montclair
Blackpool


from £91 PER NIGHT

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Morrisy House
Morrisy House
Blackpool


from £89 PER NIGHT

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Pembroke Hotel
Pembroke Hotel
Blackpool

Excellent city hotel. Close to public transportation. Awesome vibe.


from £86 PER NIGHT

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Wynnstay
Wynnstay
Blackpool


from £85 PER NIGHT

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Trentham Guest House
Trentham Guest House
Blackpool

Excellent city hotel. Fantastic service. Great location. Awesome vibe.


from £84 PER NIGHT

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The Edenfield Guest House
The Edenfield Guest House
Blackpool

Excellent city hotel. Awesome rooms and service in a great location.


from £84 PER NIGHT

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The Kenley Hotel
The Kenley Hotel
Blackpool

Excellent hotel. Good for sightseeing with nearby parking areas. Great room. Awesome vibe.


from £84 PER NIGHT

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North Crest
North Crest
Blackpool


from £84 PER NIGHT

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Topaz Guest House
Topaz Guest House
Blackpool


from £84 PER NIGHT

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Sherwood Hotel
Sherwood Hotel
Blackpool


from £84 PER NIGHT

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The Rhyl
The Rhyl
Blackpool


from £84 PER NIGHT

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The Blue Moon
The Blue Moon
Blackpool

Excellent hotel. Awesome rooms and service in a great location.


from £83 PER NIGHT

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The Headlands
The Headlands
Blackpool

Excellent family hotel. Close to parking areas and public transportation. Great rooms and fantastic service.


from £83 PER NIGHT

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The Hornby Villa
The Hornby Villa
Blackpool

Excellent accommodation. Great rooms and fantastic service.


from £83 PER NIGHT

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The Allendale
The Allendale
Blackpool

Very good city hotel. Great location.


from £83 PER NIGHT

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One of Britain's favourite seaside resorts, Blackpool has been a popular holiday destination since its emergencein Victorian times. Originally, the appeal of Blackpool was its seven mile long sandy beach. Of course, it is still a popularattraction today for visitors to relax and for the kids to play games or take a ride on a donkey.

Blackpool is one of the biggest seaside resorts in Europe and offers visitors a full range of activities. It is famous for itsGolden Mile of fairground type attractions and the Blackpool Tower, a smaller scale imitation of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.Blackpool's Pleasure Beach, a collection of enormous rollercoaster rides and shows is one the UK's most popular touristattractions.

Blackpool Tourist Attractions

Blackpool Pleasure Beach South Promenade
The Pleasure Beach is the UK's biggest tourist attraction and offers and wide range of rollercoaster rides and shows. Entry intothe Pleasure Beach is free, visitors pay for individually for each attraction and may purchase discount sheets of ridetickets.
Open: Weekends March, daily Easter to early November, weekends November/December. Tel: 0870 4445566

Blackpool Tower Central Promenade
Built in 1894, Blackpool Tower is Blackpool's famous landmark. The 519 foot tower houses exhibitions and entertainment for thewhole family. Kids will particularly enjoy Jungle Jim's and the Dinosaur Ride, a journey back 4.5 billion years to the dawn oftime. Don't miss the Ballroom with its Wurlitzer organ and daily shows.
Open: Throughout the year - Every weekend. Easter to end October - Every day. School half term holidays - Every day. Christmasweek - Every day . Tel: 01253 622242

Blackpool Zoo East Park Drive opposite Stanley Park
A modern, well laid-out and spacious zoo which creates a natural environment with the use of moated pens, lakes and islands.Residents include lions, tigers, elephants, giraffes and gorillas. Attractions include a miniature railway and dolphinsimulator.
Open: From 10:00 am. Tel: 01253 830830

Louis Tussaud's Waxworks Central Promenade
Come face to face with wax models of the Royal Family, politicians, film stars, pop idols, TV personalities, famous artists andauthors. If your not of a nervous disposition you can also visit the Chamber of Horrors!
Tel: 01253 625953

Sea Life Centre Central Promenade
One of Europe's largest collections of marine life. Well presented displays include, Lost City of Atlantis, Claws and thetropical shark display.
Open: Daily from 10:00am Tel: 01253 622445

Sandcastle South Promenade
All weather family fun at Blackpool's tropical indoor seaside. Includes water chutes, wave and fun pools, a safe kids harbour andthe exhilarating white knuckle water slides.
Open: From 10:00 am to 6:00pm. Tel: 01253 343602

Grundy Art Gallery Queen Street
Displays of Victorian, contemporary and modern paintings. Old Blackpool section.
Open: Mon- Sat 10.00am-5.00pm. Closed Sun and Bank Holidays. Tel: 01253 478170

Blackpool Illuminations
Described as 'the greatest free show on earth' this impressive autumnal display brings the whole of the Promenade tocolour with six miles of shimmering lights. Approximately September and October.

The Piers
Blackpool is lucky enough to have three piers, each of them offering different but top class attractions. North Pier, restored toits Victorian splendour, offers a theatre, seasonal shows, shops and restaurants. Central Pier has a showbar, a big wheel andamusement arcades. The South Pier is for all the family, with spectacular rides its own theatre.
Open: Daily throughout the season

Blackpool Tourist Information Centres

Blackpool Tourist Information Centre
1 Clifton Street, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 1LY. Tel: 01253 478222

Blackpool Tourist Information Centre
Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Unit 25, Ocean Boulevard, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY4 1PL. Tel: 01253 403223

Lytham St Annes Tourist Information Centre
67 St Annes Road, West Lytham, St Annes, Lancashire, FY8 1SH. Tel: 0906 680 0033

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