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Kingsmead Guest House, Blackpool, Lancashire

Kingsmead Guest House
58,Lord Street
Blackpool
Lancashire

FY1 2BJ | View map

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We are an 11 Bedroomed Guest house situated in the heart of Blackpool's Gay community. Your Hosts Bill & John strive to ensure your stay at the Kingsmead is comfortable and safe, we are very close to all the Bars, Funny Girls, The Tower, North Pier etc. The Blackpool North rail station is only minutes away at the end of our street, as is the Talbot Road bus terminus, The main shopping area is close by. We encourage our guests to leave their cars outside, where street parking is usually available. Use the public tram facility Blackpool has enjoyed since the 1800s, to take you South to the Famous Pleasure Beach, or North to Cleveleys, Fleetwood and the fabulous Freeport Shopping Village. The Kingsmead welcomes guests both gay and straight, their friends too are also welcome. Our guests are our business, we like to think we have made your stay with us an enjoyable experience, and look forward to your return visit, as many of our guests so often do.

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