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The Brayton
7-8 Finchley Rd
Gynn Square

Blackpool
Lancashire

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Pleasantly located, licensed hotel, overlooking Gynn Gardens and the Promenade. Peaceful, yet within easy reach of Blackpool's famous attractions, shows and night life. We are a 'Three Star Guest Accommodation' rated hotel with 'Visit Britain' (formally the ETC). All of our rooms are en-suite. We are quality family run hotel where a warm friendly welcome and your comfort is assured. Our well stocked bar, restaurant and sun lounge are spacious, light & airy.

Please Note: Children when booked with adults in a 'family' room the tariff charged for that room is for 2 adults and 2 children. If you choose to book 'single' 'double' or 'twin' rooms to be occupied by children the tariff charged will be the tariff stated which is an adult tariff.
We offer a full 'Restaurant Style' menu every night (subject to the number of guests booking dinner). This consists of a selection of 6 starters, 21 main courses, that include traditional fayre, 'something a bit different', an Indian & Chinese selection and choice of salads, then to follow, a choice of 5 hot and 5 cold desserts. Rounding off your meal with tea or coffee & mints.
If required, please request when booking for us to contact you, to let you know if available on the nights of your stay with us.

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