Bianca Guest House

Guest House in Blackpool, Lancashire

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25 PALATINE ROAD
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY14BX

Bianca Guest House, Blackpool

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Sandra and John extend a warm and friendly welcome to all who Visit the Bianca which has been awarded a 3 rating from Visit Britian. As a family run business thats right in the heart of Blackpool we welcome families, couples , senior citizens, Confrence deligates and dancers.We offer a range of rooms from doubles to family all of which have en-suite facilities hospitality tray, fresh towels and heating. We are just a few minutes walk away from the town centre, Tower , Winter Gardens and the promenade

 3 star rating

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