Caroldene House

Bed and Breakfast in Blackpool, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

12 Woodfield road

Caroldene House, Blackpool

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A very warm welcome awaits everyone at the Caroldene. We have been awarded a three star rating by Visitbritain for quality and tourism. We pride ourselves on the high quality personal service given to all our guests.The Caroldene is a pet friendly establishment.

We are situated just off the promenade between central and south pier just a short walk from all major attractions. eg Pleasure Beach Blackpool Tower The Zoo to name just a few. we offer a selection of rooms eg single double and large family rooms all are en suite.

After the days events why not relax in the sun lounge or enjoy a drink in our comfortable licensed bar. we are just a 5min drive from Blackpool Airport and just a 5min walk from Blackpool Football Club. We are open all year so whatever your reason to stay we will be happy to see you.

Here at the Caroldene we have a variety of different rooms available. Singles, doubles, twins and family rooms are available meaning that we can accommodate every type of visitor. So if your on your own or in a small group we would be more than happy to accommodate you.

All rooms have Tea/ Coffee making facilities with colour Tv's which are now all fitted with Freeview. The rooms are also all ensuite. Fancy a little privacy but still want your children or a friend close by, try our interconnecting rooms which give you the space you need but with the knowledge your friends or family are close by.

 3 star rating

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