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North Crest Hotel
22 King Edward Avenue
Blackpool
Lancashire

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The North Crest is a delightful period property, it has a charming friendly ambiance which aims to deliver the very best in service from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave, whether on business or pleasure. Our seven spacious rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished throughout and for that extra special treat we have a romantic 4-poster suite. In all our rooms we can provide for an additional charge, champagne, chocolates, flowers, all to your exact requirements. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, televisions, hairdryers, and toiletries included. Enjoy our tranquil lounge with ample seating, television with freeview, dvd player and cd player, looking out onto our sunny south facing garden terrace, serving afternoon teas and our speciality cream teas. We have a lovely dining room serving plentiful and delicious food. We pride ourselves on using locally sourced ingredients with our full breakfast having hand made fylde sausages and free range eggs. We have an excellent choice of menu, mealtimes are a real pleasure.

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