White Heather Hotel Blackpool

A Hotel in Blackpool, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

15 Yates Street
Fy1 2DB

White Heather Hotel Blackpool, Blackpool

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The hotel is located in the North Shore area close to Blackpool town centre, Blackpool Tower, the Winter Gardens, Grand Theatre, Funny Girls, shops and the town centre bars and nightlife. FREE CAR PARKING is available for your convienience . We are one of late rooms top hotels in Blackpool.

Please read our reviews and many thanks to all our customers who have helped us to acheive this high rating .we are now booking for New Year BOOK EARLY FOR PANTOMIMES AND XMAS SHOWS. TOWER AND GRAND THEATRE PANTOMIME STARTS IN DECEMBER. PLEASURE BEACH ALSO HAS CHEAP WINTER WEEKENDS.At the White Heather Hotel, you are assured of exceptional food and most importantly, a very high standard of cleanliness,we have been accredited by Blackpool Tourist Board who have awarded us the Quality Plus award and we also hold the Welcome to excellence award so you can be sure that your accomodation is more than satisfactory and that high standards are monitored continually.

A full english will start your day and fill you up. Vegetarians are cated for and other breakfast options are available on request. We offer a selection of en-suite bedrooms ( family rooms, double rooms twin rooms and singles) and all have complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, tvs,central heating and double glazing.

Hair dryers and ironing facilities are available or if you prefer an ironing service is provided free of charge.We have a licensed bar available with down to earth prices .We will do everything possible to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as we can. We have children of our own and take pride in our family service being able to advise on all family friendly attractions. Please note we are a family run hotel and our ultimate aim is to please our clients.

For this reason we dont accept Hen and Stag Parties.We welcome families and children, couples, senior citizens, conference delegates, golfers and business travellers. The White Heather is in the ideal location for dancers, darts fans and anyone visiting the Tower or the Winter Gardens for business or pleasure. We are only 5 minutes away from Blackpool North Station and also Talbot Road Bus Station.

Blackpool Airport is only 10 minutes away by taxi

3 star rating

From: £43.00


  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Bar
  • Breakfast to go
  • Radio

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