The Cumbria Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

41 Derbe Road, St Annes On Sea
Lytham St Annes
Lancashire
England
FY8 1NJ

The Cumbria Hotel, Lytham St Annes

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A small family run Guest House offering excellent value for money. All rooms ensuite some with sea views free forecourt parking available free WI-FI Tea and coffee making facilities Hairdryers flat screen digital television some with DVD players. Memory foam mattress's.

Guest's lounge with honesty BAR and freeview TV. Families are welcome. Guests have their own keys for access to rooms at all times.

No single room supplement. charged. Parking no issues.Ten minutes stroll to the town centre with various shops restaurants bars and cafe's.

All four championship GOLF courses are in the local vicinity with ROYAL LYTHAM 5 minutes and OLD LINKS less than 10 minute's stroll away.Blackpool is 5 miles along the coast and If you like to dance there are many venues in and around Blackpool. So whether it's business or pleasure The Cumbria Hotel is the perfect place to stay. We are Open ALL YEAR.

 3 star rating

From: £27.00


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