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The Carlee
115 - 117 Park Road

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The Carlee rests in a quiet area, yet close to Blackpool tower, the promenade, town centre, restaurants and nightlife. Heather, Jeannette and Keith welcome you to the Carlee. Let us help you relax.

All our 11 bedrooms are en suite, with 2 double rooms on the ground floor. We have a guaranteed car park space for every bedroom, with secure parking at the rear of the hotel. The Carlee is located just north of the town centre on Park Road, which is on the way into Blackpool from the M55. Blackpool Tower, Central Promenade, Winter Gardens, the Grand Theatre, shops, markets and restaurants are only a 10 to 15 minute walk away. There is a bus stop outside the hotel. If you are visiting Blackpool for the illuminations, it is only a short walk to catch a tram to wonder at the magic of the Golden Mile and the 5 miles of lights. You can also ride the trams to Cleveleys and Fleetwood market.

We have 4 family rooms, 6 doubles (including the 2 on the ground floor) and one single room. Breakfast is served in our spacious dining room. We are open all year and look forward to seeing you at the Carlee.

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