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The Inn on the Prom
11/17 South Promenade
St Annes on Sea
Lancashire

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The The Inn on the Proml has 100 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite. All rooms are equipped with remote colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, hairdryer and direct dial telephone as standard. Pictured here is an Executive Suite, although there are other rooms including the Standard, Deluxe and Seaview rooms, all at reasonable prices.

The Standard rooms are offered with either single, twin, double as well as family occupancy. The Deluxe rooms are decorated to a high standard and luxuriously furnished with antique pine furniture. All deluxe rooms are designated as non smoking rooms. If you require something a little extra special, why not enquire about our Executive Suites, which are lavishly furnished with a four poster bed, lounge area, jacuzzi and roof garden.

Residents of the Hotel have complimentary use of facilities available at Nivens Health Club.

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Number of Rooms: 100
Number Ensuite: 100
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