Considering there are almost 2000 Blackpool hotels (mostly B&B’s) to chose from, we would like to thank you for finding the New Kent B&B Hotel! Now its time to review the Blackpool Hotels to see which one caters to your need.
When it comes to Blackpool hotels the New Kent B&B Hotel is family orientated and is situated in the North shore of Blackpool. Generally the North Shore is away from all the noise and commotion that is usually associated with Blackpool. The South shore is where you will find the Please Beach and Central Blackpool where most of the younger visitors to Blackpool frequent.
The New Kent B&B is located just off Queens Promenade around 1.8 miles from Blackpool Tower and 4 miles from the Pleasure Beach. Access to either or is easily done via bus or Tram which are both a mere 2 minute walk away from the B&B. There are many Blackpool Hotels on the Promenade or just off to suit the needs of all visitors to Blackpool.
The North Shore has some amazing views, wonderful walks and an air of happiness. Just strolling along the North Shore makes you relaxed and refreshed.
Who visits Blackpool? Well Blackpool has a multitude of attractions waiting to be experienced with people from a tiny age to 100! Blackpool caters to the needs of all and through the excellent tickets that can be purchased, your pocket also! Whether you are visiting for the day as many day-trippers do, staying for a weekend or your holidaying for a week Blackpool has many attractions to keep you busy.
Blackpool is the biggest and most visited seaside resort in the UK, attracted around 10 million visitors a year. Demand for good accommodation is high and the Blackpool Hotels (B&B owners) are offering great value for people to stay. Reviewing many B&B hotel review sites you will see that the competition to offer the best Full English Breakfast is very high!
The weather in Blackpool is somewhat unusual in the fact that Blackpool sometimes has its own climate! This is compared to the local cities of Preston and Manchester. (It can be raining and overcast their however Blackpool can be glorious in sunshine) Blackpool does have its far share of rain throughout the year however being on the coast the fresh air from the sea in exhilarating.
Whatever the weather is in Blackpool there are always places to visit which are in doors and shelter you from the elements. Many B&B’s have bars and small areas for the children to play.
Checking ahead and planning is a must so as not to dampen your stay in Blackpool.
The Pleasure Beach in Blackpool is possibly one of the most visited attractions in the UK. The Pleasure beach offers excitement and thrills for people of all ages on a variety of rides fast, slow or HIGH! There are thrills to be had, unique and eye watering with the excitement on people’s faces when they leave a ride painting a thousand words.
Booking tickets online is cheaper than purchasing on the day and the wristbands allow you to ride many of the rides. Please check the wristband type when purchasing them!
The Pleasure Beach was established in 1896 and has been owned and operated by the Thompson family since it’s beginning.
Blackpool Illuminations were first lit on the 18th September 1879 and stretch from Starr Gate in South Shore until Bispham in the North shore. Illuminations are 8km long and it is said they use over 1 million light bulbs!
When I was a child my Father would drive us from Manchester to Blackpool down the M55 to Starr Gate. We would drive slowly along the prom glaring at the lights as we went. (I think we only every stopped once to go in an arcade however we loved it.) There are collections along the way for everyone to offer a small donation that will contribute to the continued maintenance of the lights.