Tudor House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

37 Woodfield Road
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY1 6AX

Tudor House, Blackpool

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Bed and Full English Breakfast -Television Lounge -En-Suite rooms available -Colour TV and hospitality tray in all rooms -Single, double, twin and family rooms -Open all year -Short walk to all that Blackpool has to offer -100 yards from the Promenade and Beach -Halfway between Pleasure Beach and Main Shopping AreaTower -Close to Tram and Bus Stops -Reductions for children under 12 -Warm, clean, comfortable accommodation -Free Internet Access -Dog friendly -Central heating throughout -Easy, quick online booking with secure credit card facilities -Non smoking -No hens or stags.

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