Moorings Hotel

Guest House in Blackpool, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

50/52 Seafield Road
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
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Moorings Hotel, Blackpool

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A friendly family run hotel combining a relaxed atmosphere with excellent service. The hotel occupies one of Blackpool's finest positions overlooking Gynn Gardens, Queens Promenade and the Irish Sea.

Phillip and Elaine welcome you to The Moorings Hotel, a friendly and family run hotel that combines a relaxed atmosphere with excellent service, reflected by our Quality Plus award. Ideally located, the hotel occupies one of Blackpool's finest positions overlooking Gynn Gardens, Queens Promenade and the Irish Sea. Situated in a quiet area, the hotel is only 2 minutes walk from the Promenade, or a short stroll or tram ride away from all Blackpool's attractions.

Both North Shore golf course and the railway station are also under a mile away. Licensed bar and digital TV in all rooms. Limited free parking and evening meals available.

All prices include breakfast.

 3 star rating

From: £25.00

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