Guest Accommodation in Blackpool, Lancashire

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The Blenheim Mount Hotel is a friendly, family owned seafront hotel with an easy going atmosphere and welcoming staff, making your stay with us happy ones.Our hotel provides bed, breakfast or choice of evening meal accommodation and Welcomes families, couples,singles,coach parties or groups... (sorry no stag dos)In an ideal seafront location, The Blenheim Mount hotel is situated on Blackpools Central promenade where you can sit on our raised patio area overlooking the beautiful Irish sea, here you will see some magnificent and fantastic sunsets so why not sit on a gorgeous sunny day with a drink from our well stocked licensed bar and take in the wonderful views.The Blenheim mount is situated midway between Blackpool tower and Blackpool pleasure beach, just a hop,skip and jump away from central pier. Our hotel is within easy reach of all amenities, clubs, pubs and entertainment venues not forgetting our newly re-built shopping area (hounds hill ).We run different theme weekends throughout the winter months from pigeon, valentines, Easter, soul, 80s, Elvis and not forgetting tinsel and turkey midweek breaks, Our Christmas and new year house parties come complete with all the trimmings, grand dinners, buffet and cabaret in the evening ect.

So come along and give us a try you wont be disappointed.Hotel Car park to the rear is static and limited.

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