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Glenshee Hotel
6-8 Harrow Place
New South Promenade

Blackpool
Lancashire

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Offering good facilities, the hotel is ideally located in a select part of Blackpool, close to the Pleasure Beach and within reach of all of the town’s amenities and attractions. Glenshee Hotel & Leisure has good facilities including a restaurant, bar and sauna. The hotel is within walking distance from the world famous Blackpool Pleasure Beach and is a short tram or taxi ride away from all of the town’s major attractions. Its location is also convenient if you are travelling from Blackpool International Airport as this is just a 5 minute taxi ride away.

The hotel’s well-stocked bar features entertainment most nights, so you can be assured of a good time at Glenshee Hotel & Leisure. Its perfect location, just a few minutes stroll from the beach, means that you are close to many attractions, while a short tram ride will take you to the world famous Blackpool Tower.

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