Rocklea Hotel

Bed and Breakfast Hotel in Blackpool, Lancashire

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58 Reads Avenue
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY1 4DE

Rocklea Hotel, Blackpool

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Welcome to Blackpool's finest Bed and Breakfast hotel - The Rocklea Hotel Please note we do not accept Stag and Hen Parties. Blackpool's finest Bed and Breakfast, the Rocklea Hotel is renowned for its cleanliness, quality food, and friendly family atmosphere. The Hotel is under the personal supervision of its owners Susan & Tony Noble who's aim is to ensure your holiday or short break in Blackpool is pleasantly memorable.

The hotel has comfortably furnished en-suite bedrooms arranged in a combination of Single, Twin, Double and Family rooms on two floors. All rooms have, Colour Television, Towels provided, Tea/Coffee making facilities and central heating, all rooms have hairdryer and Ironing boards included. Rocklea Bed and Breakfast Hotel is closely situatewd to the centre of Blackpool and all of the local Blackpool attractions such as Blackpool Pleasure Beach, The Blackpool Tower, Winter Gardens and working mens clubs.

We are listed in Blackpool Hotels Directory The Rocklea Hotel is situated in the centre of Blackpool, close to the Tower, Theatres, Winter Gardens, Working Men's Clubs, Night Clubs, Shopping Centre, Train and Bus stations. "The Rocklea Hotel" is the ideal location for holiday maker's, conference delegate or dance competitor's, looking for quality accommodation at an affordable price. Our well stocked bar is just the place to relax after sampling the delights of Blackpool, here you can meet new friends for a quiet drink before enjoying the nightlife Blackpool has to offer.

Why not purchase a bottle of wine to compliment your meal and make it special. The Rocklea Hotel has the benefit of a pool table, darts, board and games machines all housed in a separate room for your enjoyment. You can relax with new found friends before enjoying the delights of Blackpool.

Or why not have a drink from our well stocked bar and on sunnier days enjoy the cooling effect from our water feature on the back patio.

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