The Newlands Hotel

Address: 40 Bairstow street, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, FY1 5BN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 40 Bairstow street, Blackpool, is near Blackpool Tower and Circus, Tower Ballroom, Sea Life Centre, and Opera House & Winter Gardens.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Newlands Hotel Blackpool

    Great B+B

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    We had a great time and will definitely stay here again. The hotel is lovely, very clean, friendly and comfortable. The breakfast was just what we needed after our night out - they kindly made the effort to get veggie sausages in for me.

    Everything I had hoped for

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    Excellent hotel. Clean and very comfortable. My little 4 year old girl was very happy and we were both made to feel welcome. I wish Phil and Heather all the luck in the world because when you find people who actually care about their customers then they should florish in their endevours.

    Great

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    this is the second time we have been there and it gets better each time we are there they make u feel part off the family so we have book again for september

    Loved the hotel

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    My husband and young son wanted somewhere friendly to stay and that is what we go. It was beautifully kept. Rooms clean and tidy. Lovely breakfast freshly made. Heather made us feel very welcome, my son was made to feel at home he is a bouncy three year old and a hand full. I would recommed the Newlands hotel to anyone and have already to my family.

    Best in Blackpool

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    Great place to stay, after looking at many other places in Blackpool on the way back to Newlands every night, we were very glad we stayed there. It will be the first place we go when we return to Blackpool!!

    Great place, great time, great music

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    one of the best stays we've ever had anywhere - great people and the music is brilliant

    Excellent hosts, excellent food, excellent hotel.

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    Phil & heather gave me and my son, a very warm welcome and made are stay at the newlands a memorable one over the christmas period. The food was excellent!!! and with phil entertaining us on the guitar and with heathers company, made a great holiday for us both. we will certainly be booking up again this coming year. I can asure you everything you read on their website is true to their word, nothing was too much trouble for them in helping us out if ever we needed anything.

    Excellent hosts!!!!

    Regards Tony & jordan

    Excellent

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    My husband and I stayed here during the illuminations recently. It's excellent, great food, very clean and brilliant hosts. We wouldn't consider ringing any where else for our future stays. Thanks for a great time.

    Mandy/Pete

    Nice place to stay (and good food too)

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    I agree with the last review, this place is very nice. I have also booked back.Andy

    Great place to stay

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    I stayed in Blackpool with my wife and children all last week, this is the fourth time I have stayed there but each time I have stayed in a different guest house as I couldn't find one where everything felt right. Now I've found it! The Newlands Hotel (on bairstow street) is definately the best place I have stayed. The owners are great (nothing is too much trouble for them) and the place is really clean and tidy. There were even colouring books, pens, games and cuddly toys for the kids to play with. Fantastic, I'll be back. (I can't find them on your site though? Check out their web site ...Cheers,Paul.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Newlands Hotel Blackpool

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