The Sandalwood

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

3 Gynn Avenue
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY1 2LD

The Sandalwood, Blackpool

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The Sandalwood is a small family run guesthouse in the north shore of Blackpool. Most rooms en-suite. Licensed bar.

AA 3 star accredited. We welcome couples, families, business people, contractors, small groups, conference delegates.

The Sandalwood is located in the north shore of Blackpool set 5 minutes off the promenade, approximately 20 minutes walk into the town, tram /bus stops along the promenade are only 5 minutes away. Most rooms are en-suite, all have TV'S, tea/coffee making facilities, alarm clocks, towels & toiletries. Hair dryers are provided on request.Rooms are double, twin , single, or family rooms for adults & children.

Breakfast is choice of Full English or lighter option if preferred. Guests celebrating birthdays or anniversaries etc. cakes, balloons can be provided on request.

The Sandalwood is only 5 minutes from bus & tram routes which take you to pleasure beach , town , tower to the south. To the north is Cleeveleys & Fleetwood which has a large market & also has a large shopping outlet which is set around a boating marina

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