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Marlow Lodge Hotel
76 Station Road

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This friendly, family-run establishment is situated in the South Shore area of Blackpool, away from the hustle and bustle of the promenade and yet very close to all of the town’s main attractions. Just 200 metres from the seafront and only 4 minutes’ walk from the Pleasure Beach and the Sandcastle Water Park, Marlow Lodge has a quieter location, with easy access to all that Blackpool is famous for.

Marlow Lodge has been awarded a 3-star rating by VisitBritain for quality in tourism. The owners, Kath and Rick, pride themselves on the accommodation’s cleanliness and the warm welcome they offer to each and every guest who stays. There are 12 en suite rooms, each with a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. All of the rooms are freshly decorated with a modern outlook.
A generous full cooked English breakfast is included in the price.
Free wireless internet access is available throughout.
The hotel is family and couple orientated. Therefore, regrettably, group bookings are not accepted.

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