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B and Bs in Blackpool

Elmfield Hotel
25 Clifton Drive
Blackpool
Lancashire

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Donna and John welcome you to the Elmfield Hotel - the perfect place to spend a relaxing holiday in Blackpool. We are a private hotel catering exclusively for families, couples and senior citizens. We pride ourselves on the quality of our home-cooked cuisine. We offer a full English breakfast and four-course evening dinner, both with a choice of menu. A selection of table wines is available to complement your meal. We are happy to cater for vegetarians and special diets, but please give us prior notice.Our friendly bar is very popular with guests for relaxing, watching television or playing pool. Bar snacks are served from midday to 10pm and satellite sports channels are available. Why not sit in our comfortable sun lounge and watch others hurtle down the Pepsi-Max 'Big One' which is just across the road or even walk over and try it for yourself!

10 Rooms - 3 x double / 3 x twin ( dbl & single ) / 4 x 2 roomed family suites ( dbl & bunk ) - sleeping a total of 31 people

families couples and mixed groups welcome, no hen or stag parties, situated close to all transport stops, 2 miles from airport, 200 yards from promenade and Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

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Nearest Train Station: 200 yards from Pleasure Beach Station
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Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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