Blackpool is a wonderful town which is situated right next to the seaside in North West England. The town has rich history and when staying at a bed and breakfast in Blackpool, you will have the opportunity to take it all in. Due to the many thousands of visitors who descend on the town every year, there are many B&B establishments to choose from. Staying in Blackpool means you can enjoy a truly traditional British seaside holiday.
Like many towns and cities in the United Kingdom around the 19th century, railway lines and trains created a surge in visitors to Blackpool, and people started to think about how they could make some money from it. This has since resulted in the large numbers of attractions for people to visit. When looking for a B&B in this area, you will find something for just about everyone. If you want one to host your hen or stag party, or that will allow you to keep your pet with you, there is always one that will cater for you.
You may have the image in mind that a bed and breakfast will be old fashioned, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. There are many kinds to choose from, some with stylishly appointed rooms, great home-cooked food and a warm and welcoming service. All can let you truly enjoy a wonderful seaside break. Try having a seaside holiday in the UK this year, and book yourself into one of these great B&B’s.
A bed and breakfast is an excellent choice all year round in Blackpool, especially during the summer months. You can explore the world famous Pleasure Beach, and if you are lucky you may be able to catch a tan! However, if you want to experience something a little more adventurous during your stay, see if you are brave enough to go on the world’s longest indoor waterslide at Sandcastle Waterpark.
If you’ve brought the kids with you, why not pay a visit to the animals housed in Blackpool Zoo? If you or the children love seeing animals, you can also make the most of your stay by visiting the Sea Life Centre. There are many great sights to see during your visit to Blackpool, such as the iconic Tower and Blackpool Illuminations.