Leecliff Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

37 Palatine Road

Leecliff Guest House, Blackpool

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Accommodation Description:

We are a small family run guest house hotel which prides itself on being clean, friendly and providing a great locational base for whatever your reasons for staying in the UK's number 1 holiday resort. Our main customer base is for families and couples, however we may take small groups although we have a strict age policy of over 25s with groups.

We also offer airport stopovers with 1 free transfer to or from Blackpool Airport. Golfing breaks can also be arranged with free transport to local courses provided. The Leecliff is located within easy walking distance of all Blackpool's famous attractions - the piers and promenade, Blackpool Tower, Winter Gardens, Grand Theatre and the town centre shops, markets, pubs and clubs.

The Pleasure Beach and Sandcastle can be reached by a short ride along the seafront on one of Blackpool's famous trams. The zoo and Dinosaur Safari Park are a short drive or a walk through the delightful Stanley Park. The Leecliff has 9 bedrooms, including En-suite family rooms.

All rooms have hot and cold water, TVs and tea/coffee facilities. Private Shower facilities are also available.

 2 star rating

From: £38.00

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