The Derby Hotel

Guest house in Blackpool, Lancashire

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2 Derby Road, North Shore
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY1 2JF

The Derby Hotel, Blackpool

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The DERBY is situated in Blackpool,s select and quieter north shore right next to the Hilton hotel with many rooms seeing the Irish sea and the prom.We pride ourselfs on our standards of cleanliness and good food to ensure you have a pleasant stay.The hotel is only a walk awy from the town centre and 25yrs from Blacpool tram line,

The DERBY HOTEL was built in 1874 as a coach house and in 1922 came a hotel,We cater for Familes, Couples and Senior Citzens are all welcome sorry no Stag and Hens partys,We have parking spaces in the front of the hotel ,un-restricted parking on Derby Road and Garage parking if recuiered.The hotel is across from the Hilton hotel where at one time Derby Baths used to stand and is ideal location for Conferences,delegates,and Blackpool Illuminations for the Hilton or the Imperial witch is only 2 mins away.The DERBY is a warm and frendly Hotel offering just what you get at home but we go a little more by offering you home cooked food by our own chef, very high standards of cleanliness,and there for you to help you out if you have problems making your holiday one to remember. We also have our own bar called the Countey Bar with draft beers warm and cosy just like a pub bar.We are within easy reach of the Winter Gardens,The Grand Theatre,Town Centre,Shops,Piers and Blackpool Tower.We are only 25yds from the prom and the beach We have a sun and TV Lounge for you to seat in and enjoy the rest and look over the Irish sea.We're the idel hotel for Theatre breaks,Illuminations breaks conference delegates and Family and small coach partys.A tram or bus stop is only yards away taking you to Blackpool golden mile,Blackpool Pleasure Beach,WaterWorld Cleveleys and popular Fleetwood Market and Freeport. We offer a Breakfast to remember you have a choice of fruit juice,cereals,tea,coffee,toast with jams and marmalade and a full 8 item full english Breakfast all cooked fresh for your enjoyment,plus Evening meals again 4 course in our restaurant can be orered special meals can also be catered for ask our chef,When the sun gos down join us in our cosy Bar where entertainment is there on some special dates please ask,Free Wi-Fi internet for you to use.

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