The Blenheim

Guest house in Blackpool, Lancashire

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75 Lord Street

The Blenheim, Blackpool

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The Blenheim, 4 Star Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Blackpool We extends a warm welcome to all guests, priding ourselves on a friendly home from home atmosphere. We are located right in the heart of Blackpool only 2 minutes from the beach, close to North Pier, Blackpool Tower, Winter Gardens, Funny Girls and many other attractions. Quality is a high priority at The Blenheim and we are proud to be one of the few 4 Star Rated [Visit Britain - English Tourist Board] Guest Houses in this area

The Blenheim offers 4 Star quality hotel style accommodation, with a variety of room options available. We have Family, Double and Single en-suite rooms. Looking for that extra special room we offer a Premier Suite and Deluxe Double rooms.

Our lounge and bar area boasts a contemporary style with modern comfy seating, ideal to relax in and enjoy a drink from our licensed bar. Whether you�re looking for a holiday, a break, an active holiday, relaxing time or even somewhere to spend your honeymoon, The Blenheim is the place to stay, offering versatile accommodation for both individuals and groups Our service is second to none, we welcome visitors equally providing a comfortable environment where everyone is made to feel welcome. The Blenheim is ideally located for all visitors, whether you come by Car, Train or Bus.

Car Parking is available close by and both the Train and Bus Station are only a 5-minute walk away. There is limited on street parking and a car park just round the corner on Bank Street, which is reasonably priced (approx £3.60 for 24 hours and £1 per night there after making it the cheapest safest car park in Blackpool). We are very close to Funny Girls Cabaret, Winter Gardens, Syndicate, Sanuk and many others.

venues. Also in an excellent position for the illuminations and World Firework Championships. You can catch one of the illuminated trams or open top buses at North Pier to view the 'Golden Mile' and the five miles of the 'lights'.

With the Pleasure Beach and Sandcastle Waterworld a short ride by tram or leisurely stroll along the prom. The Hotel has been in operation since the 1920�s and was formally know as the Sunnybank Hotel. In 2006 the name was changed to The Blenheim by its new proprietor Lou, who runs the hotel with her daughter Lauren, named The Blenheim to honour of an old family tradition.

The Blenheim meaning the apple of ones eye, 'the favourite'. We hope that The Blenheim will becomes your favourite place to stay.

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