The Edenfield Guest House

Guest Accommodation in Blackpool, Lancashire

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The Edenfield Guest House, Blackpool

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The award winning Edenfield Guest House is truly one of the Grandest small guest houses in Blackpool. If you seek a gentle, less strenuous break then The Edenfield is the place to visit. A warm welcome awaits you in this beautiful property.

Awarded 4 STARS by VISIT BRITAIN on behalf of the ENGLISH TOURIST BOARD, you are assured of genuine quality throughout. Having been completley refurbished, all our rooms are finished to the highest standards and feature a few luxurious touches you may not expect to find from properties of this size. Being a privatley run property we are able to offer a more personalized level of service that you would not find in the larger, more corporate hotels along Blackpools sea front.

The Edenfield Guest House is ideally located, placing you in one of the quieter areas of Blackpool.PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT CATER FOR GROUP, STAGHEN PARTIES AND DO NOT ACCOMMODATE ANY ONE UNDER 16YEARS OF AGE.Specialising in accommodation for more decerning guests that look for quiet, luxurious accommodation with a warm friendly atmosphere, within walking distance of all the local attractions that Blackpool has to offer and within a short stroll of the sea front. We offer a full range of Bed and Breakfast Breaks along with a full range of home made Evening Meal packages with a varied, choice of menus. A small bar area adds to the services we can offer with a good selection of beverages both draft and bottled as well as all the usual spirits we have a good wine list available for those that like a bottle of wine with thier evening meal.

Complementary tea and coffee is served daily in either the bar area, or weather permitting, in our award winning south facing garden where you are welocme to sit, look down towards the prom and plan your holiday. We also offer a small range of snacks that are available to order daily untill 10pm along with a take home, pack lunch service. We actually eonjoy what we do and look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful home, there is no place like Blackpool for year round entertainment and here at The Edenfield Guest House we pride ourselevs in providing you with a true home away from home feeling that will make your stay with us something you will remember any time you wish to return to Blackpool.All our bedrooms are tastefully decorated and presented to the highest standards.

All feature quality en-suite shower rooms, luxury pure cotton bed linen and come complete with complementary toiletries. colour TVs with FREEVIEW, wirless internet access, radio alarm clocks and complementary Tea and Coffee facilities.Having invested alot of time and effort into our building we are very proud of some of the awards weve received in the last 3 years: including, 4 STAR accommodation by VISIT BRITAIN 2007 and 2008, Enviromental award for green policy implementation, Blackpool in Bloom WINNER 2007 and 2008, just to name a few, hopefully all of this information will go to show that we do take great pride in what we do and can assure you that you holiday is important to us and we look forward to welocoming you to The Edenfield Guest House.

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