The Lenbrook

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

69 Lord Street
Blackpool
Lancashire
England
FY1 2BJ

The Lenbrook, Blackpool

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The Lenbrook is a 10 bedroom Guest House, offering en-suite (completed Feb 2010) & standard rooms. We are situated 5 mins walk from Blackpool North Railway station, Talbot Road Bus Station, Town Centre shops & the Promenade. We have free parking on our forecourt.

Couples, singles, families and commercial stays welcome. Double and Triple en-suite rooms with facilities including: flat screen TV with freeview, fresh towels, iron/ ironing board available on request, tea & coffee making facilities, hair-dryer on request and free WiFi internet access (For use with customers who bring their own laptops). Prices are fully inclusive of breakfast.

 2 star rating

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