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The Glenwalden Guest HouseBlackpool, Lancashire

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At a glance

  • Private hot tub
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Coastal within 1 mile
  • Golf nearby
  • Large Group
  • Cot Available
  • Pub < 1 mile
  • No pets allowed
  • WiFi
  • On site parking 
  • Sea View
  • All En-suite

What To Expect

With an enviable position on the seafront in Blackpool, Glenwalden is just minutes from the sandy beach at Bispham with tram stops nearby for an authentic Blackpool experience.

The perfect choice for a large group who are looking to stay for a special occasion, reunions or for team events. Glenwalden is perfectly located for those who want to explore Blackpool’s beaches, visit the famous Blackpool Tower, amusement arcades or dine together in style at the holiday home itself. Glenwalden’s seafront balcony offers views out to sea and along the promenade to Blackpool Tower and has a shop and pub just minutes away.

First Class Luxury


Glenwalden is a brilliantly located holiday home with sea views, spacious rooms to relax and dine in as a group and free private parking for four cars.

An excellent choice for group getaways with all of the benefits of a stay in Blackpool within walking distance.

The Accommodation


With ten bedrooms, a games room, a hot tub and spacious living rooms, Glenwalden has ten comfortable double bedrooms (including one with a king size bed and two with twin beds).

All with en-suite bathrooms and a kitchen for preparing meals together.

Pet Friendly


Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at this holiday home.

If you are looking for somewhere for your pooch to stay on holiday with you, take a look at our other options further down the page to see pet-friendly accommodation in this area.


In this section, we take a look at Glenwalden along with checking out the amenities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer.

228 Queen's Promenade Blackpool FY2 9HW UK

About the property

A family-run holiday home, a warm welcome is given by the owners Helen and Ian. A home cooked breakfast is available on a daily basis and there is a kitchen and spacious dining room for meals for small parties as well as larger groups.

A spacious lounge bar is on site and there are fantastic views of Blackpool's Promenade and the Irish Sea from the outdoor Sun Lounge. The Games Room has a pool table and luxurious hot tub.Each room has a double, king size or twin beds and an en-suite bathroom with plenty of wardrobe space for luggage and clothes. Free Wi-Fi is available and there is a flat screen TV in the social living area.Blackpool's famous beaches are within walking distance, including Blackpool North Beach and Bispham Beach.

For visits during Blackpool's Illuminations, a time when the town is truly lit up in sparkling lights, a short walk along the promenade takes you to the heart of the Illuminations and Blackpool town centre itself which has excellent shopping, bars and plenty of amusement arcades to keep you busy in a traditional seaside town setting.

Features include:

Private Hot Tub



out of 10

Overall rating - 91%

Location & surroundings - 90%

Helpfulness of staff - 89%

Value for money - 89%

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Activities in the Blackpool Area

Blackpool has many a famous place to visit, but perhaps the most famous of all is its tower.

Blackpool Tower is a must-visit for fans of Strictly Come Dancing where you can see the beauty of the stunning 1894 ballroom for yourself. Enjoy afternoon tea here or take a turn on the dance floor as the Wurlitzer organ plays in the background. Blackpool Tower Circus show is a firm family favourite and has wowed audiences since the tower opened in 1894.For a traditional seaside town experience, head to one of the town’s sandy beaches. Dig sandcastles, ride on the donkeys or take a paddle in the Irish Sea.Visit from September to November for the best light show in town! Blackpool Illuminations bathes the city in over a million light bulbs along six miles of the promenade. Take a trip on an illuminated Blackpool tram to see the lights in style.

A Final Note

For a fabulous break as a group in Blackpool, Glenwalden offers a spacious, comfortable and welcoming place to stay, with the added luxury of its own on-site bar, a hot tub, games room and sun lounge with sea views.

It is an excellent choice for those who want to relax in a traditional British seaside setting and spend some time exploring the fun side of this famous beach resort. From a locally-made ice cream, to a stick of Blackpool rock, or a day building sandcastles on the beach, a holiday here is fun for all of the family, no matter how old or young they are.

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