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The Trentham Hotel

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Trentham's location is ideal for those wishing to enjoy the excellent nightlife Blackpool has to offer, with restaurants, shopping and car parking situated within a few minutes walk from the hotel.

The hotel has a total of 13 en-suite bedrooms and 2 standard rooms and is able to accommodate guests in either double, twin or family rooms.

All rooms are equipped with freeview digital colour televisions and full tea and coffee making facilities.Β Hair dryers, irons and ironing boards are available upon request.

The comfortable lounge bar is a great place to relax amongst friends and unwind after a busy day in the fabulous town of Blackpool. We have a well stocked bar which includes a variety of bottled drinks, and Carling on draft. We also have a good selection of wines, spirits and soft drinks. The Trentham Hotel bar is open from 2pm until 4pm and 5pm until 11pm.

Enjoy a full English Breakfast in our comfortable dining room with separate tables. Vegetarians and other special diets can be catered for.

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43-45 Dickson Rd
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Postcode
FY1 2AT

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