Situated in the more picturesque North shore of Blackpool, the New Kent is a typical Blackpool B&B.
As a family orientated Blackpool B&B we do have several rooms for couples wishing to be in a quieter part of Blackpool. Slightly elevated from the South Shore the North shore offers scenic views of the Irish Sea with wonderful land silhouettes’ in the background.
Purpose built in 1919 the New Kent has under gone several changes since, a third floor in the 70’s and en-suite rooms since the 90’s. South facing means you get the sun moving across the frontage of the B&B throughout the day.
Purchased in September 2007 the New Kent B&B Hotel. Since then we have redecorated several times, and added double-glazing to all rooms. Not only did we upgrade the furniture, we also increased the breakfast offerings!
To book with us direct call us on 01253 352 741
Blackpool B&B Rooms and Prices
The Room prices are competitively priced and although we are not expensive – we are not cheap. Prices start from £30 per night for two adults sharing a double En-Suite at off peak, to £45 at peak season. En-suite Family Rooms start from £55 off peak to £85 Peak and can accommodate two adults and three children under the age of fifteen.
Warm, welcoming and homely accommodation ensuite accommodation.
The Blackpool B&B is a ‘home from home’ with a wonderful lounge and sunroom to relax in and a 60” TV. The bar has most brands however we use cans of lager rather than a pump so you can have a tipple at your leisure.
All rooms are En-suite and our prices include a full English breakfast.(Which is probably the shining star of our offerings. The Full English Breakfast comprises of Bacon, Sausage, Egg, Fried Bread along with grilled tomato. The tempting Buffet allows you to choose from Scrambled egg, Sauté mushrooms, Beans and black pudding)
The Blackpool B&B is close to transport networks, a mere 2 minutes to the Tram stop or bus stop. The tram takes 10 minutes to get to the center of Blackpool and around 20 minutes to the Pleasure Beach. Buses are regular and run between Blackpool, Cleveleys and St Annes.
Illuminated trams light up the tram tracks during the Illuminations. A wonderful sight and one that gives a joyous experience once you take the ride through Blackpool.
If you are looking for a quiet walk with wonderful views then it is the North shore you’re looking for. The walk from the New Kent towards Bispham is a mile and then to Cleveleys a couple more miles. The sea air is fresh and invigorating, the views across the Irish Sea are glittering as the sun reflects off it. In the distance you can just see wind turbines and to the north the land outline of Barrow-in-Furness. Take some sandwiches and make a day of it. Slowly strolling the promenade only stopping to sit and stare out in to the vast open sways of the Irish Sea.