Cranstone Hotel

Guest house in Blackpool, Lancashire

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39 Alexandra Road

Cranstone Hotel, Blackpool

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Cranstone is a 8 bedroom guesthouse offering bed breakfast and evening dinner, with en-suite's. Close to promenade tower. and pleasure beach.

Why not stay at the award winning Cranstone Guesthouse? Sam & Shirley await to greet you for a warm and friendly atmosphere. Cranstone caters for families couples and over 55's where bed breakfast and evening meals are served Fee for evening meal. There is a well stocked bar with large dining room and guest lounge with flat screen tv with freeview.

There are 8 rooms comprising of family rooms, double rooms and twin room. Almost all the rooms are en-suite with shower facilities, towels, hospitality tray,tissues, tv. We have an environmentally policy displayed in each guest bedroom Bronze award gained.

 3 star rating

From: £48.00

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