The Beverley

Address: 4 Charnley Road, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, fy1 4pf, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 4 Charnley Road, Blackpool, is near Blackpool Tower and Circus, Tower Ballroom, Opera House & Winter Gardens, and Blackpool Grand Theatre.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Beverley Blackpool

    Most friendly

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    Ten people stayed for a couple of night at this very pleasant hotel which not far from the sea front and Blackpool tower.

    The owners John and Sharon were extremely friendly and looked after us superbly well.

    The meals were excellent, particularly the full breakfasts.

    We would recommend this hotel very highly and will use it again when visiting the area.

    Good value for money, and pleasant staff to assist you

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    A group of ten, Mums Dads and teenage kids stayed for one night after reading the recommendations from Trip Advisor. We weren't disapointed, and it suited us fine. Good central location, although in a side street, five minutes from the Tower, car parking provided, the rooms are on the smaller side but had all the amenities we required, with small ensuites but all very clean and functional, ideal for our short stay, and late night!

    The owners were very friendly and helpful, and provided an excellent breakfast. The location can be noisy, but within walking distance of the nighlife and restaraunts. We would have no hesitation in recommending the Beverley, and other groups we talked too during our stay, said that they had stayed here before and it seems to be recommended by a fair number of guests who stay here.

    Overall very good value and a pleasant greeting and service from the staff.

    Friendly and helpful

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    I've now stayed at the Beverley several times and every time the staff have been friendly and helpful far beyond the call of duty. The rooms are always clean and pleasant and the breakfasts are great!

    Fab the beverley

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    well just two say its fab we have been lots of times over the two years and will be back in a three weeks time l

    Back again

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    back again for the 3rd time this session just cant keep away,already booked my next stay and would never dream of going else where,the hotel is the cleanest hotel i have stayed in blackpool,or in any place i have stayed which is quite a lot considering im a travel agent,and i recommend this hotel to all my customers and recomend u try it too.its a family run hotel,they are always willing to put themselfs out,the hosts are freindly and warm and make you feel totally welcome.the food is excellent all freshly made both morning and evening meals.i totally recommend this hotel and they have received awards from the tourism board.this hotel is so close to all the amenities day and night.its also good for families with the new family converted rooms.anyway emough said u need to try it i guaranteed u will want to go again..

    Home from Home

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    I was delighted with The Beverly,I just love a homely no frills and no fuss place,and this is all that and more.I really did feel so much like I was at home and you could tell all the guests felt likewise.Jon and Sharon and all the family were even at the door to welcome me.Also,many were regular and long term visitors,which is always a good sign.It was great value for someone on a budget like myself and what a breakfast!!!I'll be back!!!!David ,Galway,Ireland.

    Great weekend

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    had a great time here, stayed with a group of 6 girls. lovely staff, very helpful, had a great weekend!

    Excellent hotel great stay-Highly Recomended.

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    I stayed at the Beverley hotel for the Camra conference I was most impressed with the hotel the rooms were excellent the owners were most friedly and helpfull. The food was of high quality and there was plenty of it. Nothing was too much trouble and overall I had a most enjoyable stay. I would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone its not suprising that they have won 2 Blackpool Tourism Awards last season. The hotel is also in a great central location with no need for expensive taxi fares.

    Lovely hotel, returned a few times

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    I last went to the beverley hotel last april but have been many times previously. The staff are always friendly and welcoming which makes a nice change to some places ive been to! The rooms are well equiped for a comfortable stay and you dont have far to walk from your room to the centre of blackpool. If you decide to go to the beverley i recommend you try the breakfast as it really does set you up for the day! I will definately be returning to the beverley this year.

    Great Hotel

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    Absolutley fantastic the owners are more than kind as I am wheelchair Bound and I get all of the help and support that I need. Without them I just couldnt have a holiday I always come at least 3 times a year the food is marvellous and first class and nothing is a problem with the owners. The ground floor rooms are so convienent for us and the location is very central close to all the shops so if you are looking to have a great time bring all the family to this hotel. We would recomend this hotel for young and old. We are looking forward to going at easter 2006 and we have already booked for july and september 2006. So this is the place to be so I advise you book early you will have no regrets.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Beverley Blackpool

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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