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Blackpool & Fylde Coastline

Set on the East Coast, the town of Blackpool has seen many changes over the years, from the times when the beach was awash with beach huts and taking a dip. Now modernised with first class entertainment venues stunning theatres and three beautiful traditional piers.

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The Queens Hotel-Blackpool

This leisure hotel offers superb accommodation with the addition of an indoor swimming pool and sauna. The staff are very caring and the food is to a very good standard.  It is located on the South Promenade between the South and Central Piers.

Tour Itinerary

Monday – On our journey to Blackpool we will stop at Liverpool for you to have some free time and enjoy some lunch. You could visit the famous waterfront at Albert Docks, a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to many attractions including the Beatles Story, The Tate Museum or Merseyside Maritime Museum. We arrive late afternoon to relax before dinner.

Tuesday – A day of Leisure. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Blackpool. Indulge in the many attractions available, visit Madame Tussards and see the waxworks, go to the Blackpool Tower and enjoy the many facilities including the Circus, the Tower Ballroom or look out over the area from the viewing platform. Blackpool boasts three beautiful Victorian Piers, each having its own theatre, where you can listen to live music and see a show.

Wednesday – Lancaster is one of the Heritage Cities of the UK, boasting a stunning Cathedral and Castle. Stroll along to St Georges Quay to see the marvellous Georgian architecture along the banks of the River Lune. Then on to Morecambe a seaside town which has a beautiful promenade and of course famous statue of Eric Morecombe.

Thursday- Our first stop is Cleveleys a traditional seaside resort with grand views of the sea and miles of sand. Along the promenade are a series of Artwork Sculptures including the Sea Swallow a 10-metre-high sculpture depicting some of the local folklore and legends. Then onto Fleetwood a traditional market town with over 150 stalls selling just about everything you need. From here we will visit Lytham St Annes, a traditional seaside resort with a Victorian Pier and multicoloured beach huts.

Friday – We will leave Blackpool mid-morning for a leisurely drive back, stopping enroute for a lunch break.


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