Golden Sands Guest House, Blackpool, Lancashire
The Golden Sands is a 4 star accredited guest house, recently refurbished and appointed to a very high standard of cleanliness, comfort & decor. With 36 years in the hotel & restaurant business customer service is our prime concern.
We are ideally situated 100 yards from the panoramic views of north promenade & Gynn Gardens. We are located adjacent to the Hilton & Imperial hotels, only several minutes from the Winter Gardens and Blackpool town centre, north pier, theatres and night life are just a short bus or tram ride away.
All bedrooms are meticulously maintained & decorated and we have recently re-furbished & re-carpeted all our rooms. Every room is en suite and well equipped with all the expected facilities and amenities. Each room has wireless internet connection and irons and ironing boards are available on request. Please note we are a family establishment and do not accept stag, hen or all male / female groups. Children welcome.
Relax each evening in our comfortable TV lounge after experiencing the sights and sounds of fun-packed Blackpool. Put your feet up and enjoy the peace and quiet, while preparing for another hectic day.
Our Superior Double Room is ideal for that special occasion offering full size double bed, colour TV&FreeView, hair dryer, tea and coffee facilities, shower and toilet, mini-fridge and a complimentary bottle of wine.
Blackpool, on the Fylde coast of Lancashire, England, is just as renowned for its famous, old landmarks and pubs as it is for its huge popularity as the UK’s leading holiday resort.
Throughout Blackpool’s long and colourful history its impressive Promenade has been one of the star attractions.
The ‘Prom’ has played a huge part in the development of a once small town (with a population of under 6000) into the outstanding, world-famous resort it is today.
Blackpool had a ‘promenade’ (a short, grassy ‘walk’ with magnificent sea views running north for about a mile and a half from the Clifton Hotel in Talbot Square) as far back as its very earliest days towards the close of the 18th century.
As more and more visitors arrived here the ‘walk’ was improved by the addition of, at regular intervals, benches with high ends and backs to screen off the wind and covers for shelter should it rain (it occasionally does that in Blackpool!!).
4 Star Visit Wales.
Telephone: 01253 352285
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