David and Wahn's Seaview Guest House

Guest House in Blackpool, Lancashire

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10 NELSON ROAD
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY1 6AS

David and Wahn's Seaview Guest House, Blackpool

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Accommodation Description:

we are a small family run 3 star licensed guest house we are 5 minutes walk from either the tower or pleasure beach and 30 seconds walk from the new prom and beach . we are in a quiet family area with beautiful sea views.

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