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B and Bs in St Annes on Sea

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27 Derbe Rd
St Annes on Sea
Lancashire

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A 6 bedroom guesthouse located by the seafront in Lytham St. Annes close to the main promenade and its attractions including childrens play area, St. Annes pier, Casino, Restaurants, cafe's pubs etc. Also situated between 3 major 18 hole golf courses Including The Royal Lytham Golf course made famous by the british open golf tournaments. We are also just 2 miles from Blackpool and its attractions including, Blackpool Tower, the illuminations, 3 theatres, nightclubs, the sea life centre, Blackpool Pleasure Beach and 3 piers. Accessible Thru Blackpool coach station, St. Annes Train Station and Blackpool Airport, or if you choose to travel by car we have off road parking. Please note we do not accept one night bookings over Bank Holiday weekends and throughout September and October weekends.PLEASE NOTE WE ONLY ACCEPT PAYMENT BY CASH OR CHEQUE WITH A VALID CHEQUE GUARANTEE CARD.

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