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Claremont Hotel
1 Derbe Road
St Annes on Sea
Lancashire

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RECENTLY AWARDED 3* by VISIT ENGLAND100% NON-SMOKING. FULLY REFURBISHED IN 2007. A small private GUEST HOUSE with a friendly welcome.NO Facilities for smokers Own website address:theclaremont.co.uk.Bedrooms are located on 1st & 2nd floor. Sorry no ground floor bedrooms.Relaxing, informal ground floor lounge with adjoining bright dining room. Ideally situated for business guests with local companies:- BAE, Axa, Aegon, EDS, DWP close by.For Golf we have the famous Royal Lytham, Fairhaven, St Annes Old Links & Green Drive courses. For our Leisure guests there is plenty to enjoy with the Beach, Pier, Lowther Pavilion theatre & more.Blackpool Pleasure Beach 3 miles away. Birdwatchers will love Fairhaven Lake & Ribble Estuary.All guests can enjoy locally a 4 screen cinema, shops & restaurants.All rooms have FREE WIFI Access, Flat Screen remote LCD TV's, with Freview. Beverage tray, hairdryer, DAB Clock radio.

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