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North Grange Hotel
238 Queens Promenade


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The Hotel is situated on the sea front along Blackpool's famous Promenade over looking the Irish sea. It's a quiet hotel in a quiet area called Bispham, two miles north of the tower and a mile away from Cleveleys, adjacent to the start of the illuminations. Just across the road is Bispham tram station and round the corner on Red Bank road are local shops, Banks, and plenty of restaurants and cafe's catering for most tastes in food and drink. After eating out guests can take a long walk along the prom and take in some of the spectacular sun sets at the end of the day. The hotel has just been fully refurbished and upgraded to what is widely considered a premier standard, and comprises of 15 bedrooms (singles, doubles, & twin rooms) all with en suite facilities. There is a sun lounge to sit and relax in, a lounge bar with evening bar menu, and two dining rooms where a choice of Continental or full English breakfast is served. The two dining rooms are decorated in a French cafe style and can be used for small receptions or business functions. There is a lift to all floors except the top floor. A non-smoking policy is in operation throughout the hotel. All our rooms have been decorated to a tasteful and relaxing colour scheme and are all en-suite with colour TV, and full compimentary Tea/Coffee making facilities. All rooms at the front of the hotel have a picture window view of the sea and beach.

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