A classic Victorian hotel by the sea at Blackpool's North Shore.
Traditional bar and exclusive function room, with panoramic views.
Built in 1899 by a wealthy wool merchant, and originally called Fairthwaite, it was sold in the 1920s and remained a private house until 1948 when it was converted into The Redcliffe Hotel. 1990 saw a major refurbishment, initially re-opening as Cherry Blossom Hotel and later becoming Cherry Blossom Inn.
The "turret" bay window which runs on the corner of the building is a spectacular feature and offers some of the best views in the whole of Blackpool from the bar, lounge and premier four poster room.
The mix of rooms includes Family, Twin, Single, Double and Premier.
If required, breakfast can be added to your reservation as an optional extra.
3pm to 9pm
Smoking or Pets
Paul and Julia Pearson are your hosts as you immerse yourself in one of Blackpool’s best preserved Victorian characters. The times may now be bygone, but rest assured that 19th Century surroundings have been fully met, complemented and exceeded with all the needs and wants of the 21st Century traveller. The large bar and entertainment lounge is the undisputed focal point for socialising, but for resident Guests, an exclusive lounge area with jaw-dropping architectural intricacies is the perfect area to read and relax, against the backdrop of a sea and Tower view.
10 minutes walk from North Pier and just around the corner from Gynn Gardens.
Easy access to bus and tram services and the resort's main attractions. The Cherry Blossom Inn holds a commanding position above the 'Blackpool Cliffs'.