A Northshore B&B Hotel situated in the quieter more tranquil part of Blackpool
As a Northshore B&B Hotel the New Kent does not cater to the Stag and Hen culture. (An occurrence that has swept through central and the south of Blackpool) So for a quieter nights sleep a Northshore B&B Hotel is the best bet to avoid them. Therefore if your looking for more night life, stay in the centre of town or the South Shore. Central Blackpool being walking distance to many of the more lively areas of the town.
For hotel room bookings and more details
freephone 0800 043 1969 or from mobiles 01253 352 741
Many of the visitors to the north shore are more cultured and many may say connesoirs of Blackpool’s finest offering. – its ‘Coast Line.’ Taking a stroll along the sea front on a daily basis or a bike ride every now and again has certainly helped my family and I really enjoy the real heart of this amazing seaside town. Every day, come rain or shine one will witness many people walking slowly along the North Shore promenade. Whether they are chatting to the fishermen (who come daily to fish the incoming tide) one may think there is not a care in the world. When one strolls up and down, sitting every few hundred yards on on of the seats provided all the way from St. Annes to Fleetwood.
The first records that have been found on Blackpool date back to 1416. The Blackpool of yesteryear was known as ‘Le Poole the Pool.’ This area was a stream which ran though the bogs which turned the water black. (Hence the name ‘Blackpool’) Fishermen and farmers started to build in the area around Bispham to Blackpool from the early 1600s.
The North Shore Promenade is a flat walk way that is safe to stroll without the worry of cars coming past every few seconds. The refreshing breeze from the sea is one which I have enjoyed for many years.