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Draytonian Hotel, Blackpool, Lancashire

Draytonian Hotel
54 Palatine Road

FY1 4BY | View map

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No smoking Hotel. A warm welcome awaits you at the Draytonian Hotel. We are centrally located, 5 minutes walk from the promenade, shopping centre, bars, cafes and restaurants, Blackpool Tower and the Winter Gardens. The famous Pleasure Beach is just a short tram ride away. The Draytonian Hotel has 4 en-suite and 7 standard bedrooms providing single, double, twin and family accommodation for up to 22 guests. All rooms have central heating, colour TV, towels and complimentary room refreshments. We welcome families, couples, senior citizens, dancers, female parties and mixed groups. Sorry, no all male parties. In our newly decorated dining room you may enjoy a hearty English breakfast. Evening meals are available as an optional extra. Perhaps relax in our guest lounge made over by the recent television makeover programme 'B & B The Best'. Please note we are an unlicensed, non-smoking hotel. You may bring in your own alcohol. Soft drinks and snacks may be purchased from the reception area. Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the hotel. The Draytonian is open all year.

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