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Located in Blackpool's South Shore area, The Old Coach House is a property that specialises in accommodation for Families and Couples, close to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Sandcastle Waterpark, Grosvenor Casino and South Pier. Blackpool South railway station is nearby too.
The historic property dating back to 1851 blends traditional hospitality with modern service and facilities such as Free Wi Fi. All rooms are en suite and have comfortable beds, crisp linen and a complimentary hospitality tray offering tea and coffee making facilities.
The Old Coach House is also well-served by bus and tram routes, so you can easily explore Blackpool in its entirety, as well as heading south to Lytham St Annes and north to Cleveleys and Fleetwood.
A Full English Breakfast is served in the dining room each morning and Guests will also find the property is nestled in beautifully appointed gardens and has its own conservatory and patio areas too.
In the evening, relax with a drink in the fully licensed bar which offers a range of beers, wines, spirits, ciders and soft drinks.
3pm to 11pm
Smoking or Pets
You'd be forgiven for thinking that The Old Coach House was located in the country, after a cursory glance at the property's exterior. As it happens, The OId Coach House is actually situated a matter of streets away from Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Sandcastle Waterpark - a rustic retreat in the heart of a seaside giant. Timeless by name, timeless by nature, the room decor is somewhat similar to The Castle Suite inside Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom. A stay at the Disney Castle Suite may be a money can't buy experience, but here Guests can pay and stay to experience a comparable level of opulence. There is no doubt that hosts Kath and Rick are the rightful custodians of what many reviewers and Touches alike deem a "hidden gem."
10 minute walk to Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Sandcastle Waterpark. South Pier less than 5 minutes away. Tram and bus stops to Lytham St Annes to the south and Cleveleys and Fleetwood to the north.