Habberly House Hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Blackpool, Lancashire

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19 Cocker street

Habberly House Hotel, Blackpool

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Accommodation Description:

The Habberly House Hotel is a well established licensed hotel. Anthony and Simon offer a warm and friendly welcome and a pleasant and comfortable stay. The Habberly House Hotel is situated in the quieter North Shore area of Blackpool close to the famous Funny Girls, pubs and clubs, the promenade and town centre, and within easy walking distance to the North Pier Tower, Winter Gardens and all the amenities of central Blackpool.

We offer 3,4 and 7 day deals bed and breakfast or evening meals. En suite and standard rooms available offering tea, coffee and hot chocolate facilities, tvs and central heated. Family, double, twin, and single rooms available.

Licensed well stocked bar. The hotel is south facing with views of the sea front and promenade. We are ideally located just a few minutes walk from Talbot road bus depot, and the North shore railway station.


 2 star rating

From: £25.00

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