Happy Return Hotel

A Hotel in Blackpool, Lancashire

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17-19 Hull Road

Happy Return Hotel, Blackpool

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Accommodation Description:

Ideally situated in the centre of Blackpool, this 3 star hotel offers a warm & friendly welcome. Only a few minutes walk from the centre, trams and many of Blackpool's famous attractions.

Ideally situated in the centre of Blackpool, this 3 star hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome to guests. Each of the tastefully decorated and well furnished bedrooms includes a divan bed with continental quilt, tea making facilities and colour television at no extra charge. All rooms are ensuite with showers.

Our guests are provided with keys to their own room and to the front door. Only a few minutes walk from the centre of Blackpool?s attractions including the famous Blackpool Tower, the Sealife Centre and many theatres, pubs and clubs, the Happy Return Hotel boasts an excellent location to base your visit to Blackpool. Just a short walk away are the trams which run right along the Blackpool promenades, giving easy access to attractions such as The Pleasure Beach and The Sandcastle.

The Happy Return Hotel is an ideal base during the Autumn months for a visit to the world famous Blackpool Illuminations which run along the sea front, just a couple of minutes walk away. Comfort and excellent food go hand in hand to make your stay at The Happy Return a memorable and enjoyable one. A warm welcome awaits you whether you require just bed & breakfast or bed, breakfast & evening meal.

3 star rating

From: £18.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Ironing board
Internet access
Family/oversized room
Desk with lamp
Colour television
Adjoining rooms

Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
Baggage store
Adjoining rooms


Business Facilities
Fax machine

Dining Facilities
The Happy Return Hotel restaurant serves a full home cooked English breakfast in the morning. Also available is a 5 course candle lit dinner in the evening, this is subject to season.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Games available
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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