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Villa Hotel
9-11 Withnell Road
South Shore

Blackpool
Lancashire

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Like every major destination, some hotels are located better than others. In Blackpool it's The Villa Hotel - Ideally situated on Blackpool's New South Promenade area with works of art and clean sandy beaches at the southern end of the famous Golden Mile (a must for kids of all ages), just a minute walk from the world famous Pleasure Beach and Sandcastle tropical swimming complex, a short tram ride to the Tower, Piers and Sea-Life Centre. An all-year hotel with exceptional amenities. With car Parking within the Hotel grounds. We have a chair lift access to two floors the third floor being one flight of stairs away but there is only six rooms on the top floor. Chose from Double, Twin and Family rooms. With 18 bedrooms, we are big enough to offer all the amenities you want, yet small enough to offer the personal service that makes your stay truly memorable. Entertainment throughout the season [numbers permitting].

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