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Oakville Apartments, Blackpool, Lancashire

Oakville Apartments
81-83 Reads Avenue

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Oakville Apartments are under the careful supervision of resident proprietors Steve and Susan Bostock. We are situated in a prime location right in the heart of Blackpool, just a few minutes walk from the Beach, Winter Gardens, Blackpool Tower, Theatres, Restaurants and main shopping area. At Oakville Apartments we cater for all your holiday needs. Having the advantage of a licensed bar means you can enjoy a leisurely drink while keeping your eye on the kids playing pool and table football in the adjacent games room. With free parking on the premises guaranteed, you don't have to worry about the extra expense of car park fees. Having the lift is ideal if you now find stairs a bit of a struggle. Also the small laundry on premises is a god send when the kids have had a full day at the beach, no more sandy clothes cluttering up the bathroom. Our Apartments range from Studio to two bedrooms They are spacious and cater from two to six person all have en-suite shower rooms. They are all fully equipped with full size cookers, microwaves, fridges, toasters, full size colour televisions with freeview. All apartments have gas central heating as well as electric heating if needed. Cots and high chairs are available for a small fee and must be requested at time of booking. Keys are provided so you can come and go as you please. We are open all year. All apartments are individually metered for electricity.

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