Grampian House

Guest House in Blackpool, Lancashire

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4 Pleasant Street, North Shore

Grampian House, Blackpool

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A small, friendly, privately-owned guest house offering quality en-suite bed and breakfast accommodation. Situated in the quiet North Shore area of Blackpool, just 50 metres from the Promenade and close to the Train and Bus stations. The North Pier, Blackpool Tower and the Town Centre are all within a ten-minute walk.

A free broadband internet connection (20Mb) is available either by a computer in the lounge or by WiFi from anywhere in the hotel. Designated smoking rooms are available. All rooms are centrally heated with en-suite bathroom (shower, toilet and hand basin), colour television, and complementary refreshment tray.

Continental style breakfast is either included in the price or available for a supplement (see room notes for details) and is available between 9:00 and 11:00 am; traditional English or vegetarian breakfast is also available for an extra charge and is served between 9:00 and 9:30 am. Breakfast supplements are payable on arrival. Grampian House is ideally placed to get out and about and explore the area or further afield.

On the promenade there is a frequent tram service to take you south to the famous Pleasure Beach or north to Bispham, Cleveleys, Fleetwood and the Freeport Shopping Village. From the nearby Blackpool North Railway station and Talbot Road Bus station there are frequent services to Preston, Manchester, Lancaster and the Lake District. Take a short walk into the town centre where you can visit Blackpools major attractions, such as famous Tower, the Sealife Centre, Louis Tussauds Waxworks and the Winter Gardens, or hop on the open-topped Sightseeing Tour bus to Blackpool Zoo, the Model Village or Stanley Park.

For evening entertainment there are plenty of restaurants, pubs and bars within easy walking distance, as are the Winter Gardens, the Tower Ballroom and the Grand Theatre. The renowned Funny Girls show bar and Sanuk, one of the largest night clubs in Blackpool, are only a couple of minutes away.

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