The Address

Guest house in Blackpool, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

91 - 93 Reads Avenue
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY1 4DG

The Address, Blackpool

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The Address (formerly the Queens Park Hotel) is a newly refurbished 13 bedroom guest accommodation property including a wheelchair accessible / disabled friendly room. The emphasis is on cleanliness, quality & service in line with Visit Britan’s standards for 3 star guest accommodation . (we await accreditation)

The Address (formerly the Queens Park Hotel) is a newly refurbished 13 bedroom guest accommodation property including a wheelchair accessible / disabled friendly room. The emphasis is on cleanliness, quality & service in line with Visit Britain standards for 3 star guest accommodation. (we await accreditation) Ideally situated on Reads Avenue in Central Blackpool, The Address has the dual advantages of being close to many of Blackpool’s must see places such as the Winter Gardens, Blackpool Opera House, Sea Life Centre and Madame Tussauds Waxworks.

We are also a stones throw away from the town centre, where you will find a host of restaurants, shops and most importantly, Blackpool Tower. The Blackpool Tower is 518ft tall and was built in 1894, it has a number of attractions inside, from the tower top views, the Tower Circus, to the magnificent Tower Ballroom.

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