David and Wahn's Seaview Guesthouse

Bed and Breakfast in Blackpool, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

10 Nelson Road

David and Wahn's Seaview Guesthouse, Blackpool

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Accommodation Description:

A small family 3 star licensed guesthouse with beautiful sea views 30 seconds walk from the beach we are in a quiet family area 5 mins walk from either the pleasure beach or the tower bloomfield road (blackpool fc) is located directly behind us.

David and Wahn would like to welcome you to the seaview B&B. David and Wahn's Seaview guesthouse has been accredited with 3 stars and there is always a friendly atmosphere at the Seaview guesthouse. We serve a full English Breakfast everyday.

You can relax in our 3 star bar. Families and couples are fully catered for we have travel cots for babies, childrens brekfasts and drinks we even have games for the kids. All rooms are ensuite and have tea and coffee making facilities, digital freeview tv, a mini fridge, safty deposit box, hair dryer, iron and ironing board.

The Blackpool Lights are a very poplular tourist attraction. The guesthouse is conveniently located close to Blackpool football ground and all major amenities including coach and bus station, local markets, cafes, restaurants and the golden sandy beaches. The famous tower, pleasure beach, 3piers and arcades can all be reached in a few minutes walk from the doorstep.

Start the day with a delicious home cooked breakfast in our spacious dining room before heading out to see the sights of this vibrant coastal resort.

 3 star rating

From: £42.00

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