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Highlights in Blackpool
- Fantastic outdoors
- Enjoyable seaside resort
- Amazing amusement park
- Spectacular Ballroom
- Amazing views from above
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Blackpool
As a popular seaside resort, Blackpool, on the Irish coast of England, offers holiday rentals close to the sea and the beachfront. The resort offers great outdoors with lots of activities, iconic entertainment, family activities and shopping. Sightseeing is very varied in and around town, where you can admire historic Houses and Halls. The best plan in the summer is spending time in the sun at its main three beaches. Plan a stay in blackpool now!A space suitable for everyone.
The rentals range from small ones for two people to big ones up to 12 people. Many people decide to celebrate a special occasion with the beautiful sea as the perfect backdrop. Traditional architecture and lettings that have been completely refurbished, giving them a completely new look. Lovely rooms, comfy lounges and great views. The spaces have been decorated in a very tasteful way where every detail counts. Even your furry little friends are welcome at most rentals. Enjoy your holidays in Blackpool.
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The area and getting around
As a popular seaside resort, Blackpool, on the Irish coast of England, offers sea, sun, entertainment and the fantastic outdoors Lancashire county can offer you. Good entertainment options, as the Blackpool tower, a landmark of the area with a Tower Ballroom and some other cultural spots you can visit during your stay. The town is a quintessentially British destination very popular since the early 1900s. The promenade is where the town has its most exciting vibes and hosts some events during the year.Fun destination with the largest funfair
The three piers in Blackpool offer you a varied atmosphere, going from buzzing on the first one, relaxed on the second one to a bit of both on the third. This is also a very popular family destination as many activities are child friendly and invites to spend quality time together on a day out whether it is at the aquarium or the circus. In addition, the old-school amusement park and the 11 rollercoasters, together with other vintage rides, makes of Blackpool the largest funfair in Great Britain! Will you wait for others to tell you about it? Come and see it for yourself!
Travellers and activities
Being in touch with nature is a must in Lancashire county. The landscape is calling you. Explore the excellent routes and cycle for miles along the quiet roads and signed cycling routes as well as the stunning English countryside. Cycle and enjoy a ride going for a few miles or going the extra mile and do the entire Lancashire Way, a challenging route of 250 miles, passing small cute villages, fabulous scenery and getting the reward of completing one of the best cycling routes in the UK. Get your bike or rent it there and start pedalling! If you like cycling but also like watching the professionals, attend the Chorley Grand Prix or the Colne Grand Prix and other several cycling festivals throughout the year you can also join in!Blackpool for walking and hiking lovers
If the countryside calls for bikers it also calls for walkers and hikers, of course! Enjoy short rambles and pleasant walks to long distance and demanding treks. Walk through lush forests, streams, rivers, and varied flora as well as animals. In Lancashire, the walking routes options are very wide. A combination of town, sea and hills to meet every walker’s needs. The 137 mile coastal walk is also one of the challenges for many walkers. Besides flat plains and peaks, you can opt for more themed walks like the ones inspired by renowned authors, industrial landmarks or heritage trails such as the Witches Trail, The Wayside Arts or the Tacklers Trail. If you take a little rest at a pub along the way, most of them will welcome your loyal pooch. So bring it along and enjoy the views!
The museum of Blackpool has got a portrait of Princess Diana made out of 2.500 pennies.
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Blackpool Pleasure Beach is an iconic entertainment place for children and adults alike. Enjoy the most exhilarating rides in this amusement park with vintage rides, the unique Nickelodeon park in the United Kingdom and the exciting new rollercoaster ICON. Spend a day with the children, who will love to see their favourite Nickelodeon characters and will have the time of their lives. Everybody will find their cup of tea, from two year olds who can ride on the Pleasure Beach Express to thrillseekers who can ride the most adrenaline rush inducing rides such as The Big Dipper or Varhalla. Furthermore, the park is home to the UK’s tallest roller coaster, the Big One, then the first looping one and also, one completely over water. Allow your thrill to be fixed!2. Visit a British tourist institution
The Blackpool Tower is a landmark and an icon at the beachfront. The tower features activities and entertainment for the kids as well as for adults. Ideal to spend a day out and enjoying the spectacular and panoramic bird’s eye views of town from the top of the tower, known as The Blackpool Tower Eye. The lookout glass floor lets you take a peek down to the bottom. And do not forget about the 4D Cinema Experience that will dazzle your senses.3. Family fun at the Circus and the Dungeons
Family fun is not over yet. The Blackpool Tower Circus has been wowing families for many years with Mooky and Mr. Boo. Enjoy the jaw dropping jokes, amazing stunts and comedy capers. Plenty of laughs at the best show with the most hilarious slapsticks and clumsy actions. At the Blackpool Tower Dungeons, you can also have a great time with a show that takes you back in time with spooky tales and some peculiar characters that will take you to Blackpool’s dark past combining it with touches of humor, fun facts and comedy.4. Get ready to hit the floor!
Designed by architect Frank Matcham, the Blackpool Tower Ballroom is one of the most spectacular and stylish ballrooms in the world. Daily tea dances to the sound of the mighty Wurlitzer organ played live by an organist. A ballroom of refined beauty, stylish decoration and stunning architecture that draws in dance lovers from all over. Enjoy your afternoon tea and soak up the atmosphere or get your dance shoes and glide away on the dancefloor for a tango or foxtrot. Attend year-round theme nights or the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, a fantastic family event.5. Find your way out of the Maize Maze
This fantastic maze is set in 12 acres of a growing crop of corn on the cob maize, offering different theme each year, as the crops are harvested around the beginning of autumn to feed herds of cattle. You just need to follow the clues provided. If you still do not feel confident enough, you might want to give a go at the “Mini Maze” first. Enjoy a unique activity outdoors with friends and family, prepare business events or evening parties and above all, have fun. But fun is not just based on the maze. The large playing areas, both indoor and outdoor, include go-karting; sandpits for the little ones, netball grounds, trampolines and much, much more.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Blackpool
Blackpool is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom. For a stay here you will pay around £85.33 per night.
Those who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Blackpool in May, June, and July the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £73.28, £74.86, and £76 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2019.
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Blackpool, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, December, January and October with average prices per night of £106.31, £104.05, and £91.84, respectively.
When going on holiday to Blackpool it is necessary to be proactive, as 61% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
The most available months, on average, are March (with an availability of 76.4%) April (70.75%), and January (52.5%), according to the trends observed in 2019.
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Blackpool are, in order, August (with 12.6% of available rentals), October (18.5%), and July (20%).
In Blackpool we work with 11 different providers to give you a choice of 920 properties, so you will not be short of options!