Gordene Hotel

Guest house in Blackpool, Lancashire

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7 Havelock Street

Gordene Hotel, Blackpool

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The Gordene Hotel is situated in central Blackpool, off central drive in between Reads Ave and Hornby Rd. Open all year for bed, breakfast and optional evening meal. We welcome couples, families and senior citizens.

We have a licensed bar. All rooms are en-suite, and have tea and coffee making facilities, tv's and free view channels. We are 5 minutes walk from The Tower, Winter Gardens, Hounds Hill Shopping Centre, The Sea Front, Sea Life Centre and much much more.

Alan and Donna welcome you to the Gordene Hotel, Havelock St Blackpool. Situated just off Central Drive, in between Reads Ave and Hornby Rd. Open all year for bed,breakfast and optional evening meal, we run a great, friendly guest house that povides you with a holiday to remember! We welcome couples, families, senior citizens, business people.

WE DO NOT TAKE BOOKINGS FROM GROUPS UNLESS COUPLES OR FAMILIES. All rooms are en-suite with toilet, shower and wash basin. Towels and linen included.

There are tv's with free view channels and tea and coffee making facilities. All guests have a key for their room and the main hotel door, giving our guests 24 hour access. Breakfast is served daily between 9 and 9:30 am, available are fruit juice, cereals, full english breakfast, toast with jams and marmalades, tea and coffee.

The optional 3 course evening meals will be served from 5pm. Our licensed bar is open daily from 7pm, serving a range of drinks and snacks. Cards, dominoes and board games are also available for children and adults to enjoy.

If you fancy a stroll around town, you will find a whole host of attractions on our doorstep. We are only 5 minutes walk from the tower, winter gardens, hounds hill shopping centre and the sea front. If you are coming to Blackpool for dance competitions, pigeon events or to see a show, we are ideally situated, and taking bookings now.

Please remember there is strictly no smoking inside the hotel, however we do have a small seating area at the front of the hotel for smokers and non-smokers to enjoy. As we do not have on site parking we are able to direct you to several car parks close by. On arrival at the hotel you can drop off your bags before you park the car.

If you are arriving by coach or train, we are only half a mile away from the stations. Remember the famous blackpool illuminations run from the 3rd Sept until the 7th Nov 2010, so book early to avoid disappointment. WE DO NOT TAKE STAG OR HEN PART

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