ParkRoyal Blackpool

Guest house in Blackpool, Lancashire

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39 Station Road

ParkRoyal Blackpool, Blackpool

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ParkRoyal Blackpool is right at the heart of Blackpool's South Shore. Following a major refurbishment and makeover in 2010 ParkRoyal Blackpool has been rated 4 star by Visit England in the Guest Accommodation category. All rooms are furnished to a high standard.

We are within minutes walk of the majority of Blackpool's attractions but away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre. We welcome those who love Blackpool and are looking for something that little bit more special!

We are within 10 minutes walk of Blackpool South and Pleasure Beach railway stations. No less than 6 bus routes and the world famous Blackpool Tramway run close to ParkRoyal making all attractions of Blackpool and the Fylde coast within easy reach. The recently upgraded promenade and beach, Pleasure Beach Resort, Sandcastle Waterpark, G Casio, South Pier, Karting 2000 go-karts, Carnesky's Ghost Train and mini golf are all within 5 minutes walk of ParkRoyal.

We have eight well appointed rooms with single, double, twin, triple and family accommodation. All of our rooms, Standard, Luxury and Premier, are fully en suite. Our main trading dates for 2011 are: 21 June - 2 July; 18 - 24 July; 26 - 28 August; 19 September - 11 October; 31 October - 6 November.

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