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Situated on the doorstep to Blackpool’s main attractions, the modern Breck Apartment 3 overlooks the famous Blackpool sea. Perfect for couples, Breck Apartment 3 sleeps two people with one comfortable double bedroom.
Within walking distance to Blackpool’s most famous attractions, it has been decorated in a modern style and features luxe accessories and lovely attention to detail. Set on one floor, the apartment boasts a modern open plan lounge and dining area with two luxury sofas to get cosy and unwind on.
A plasma TV and iPod docking station ensure that you can relax and catch up on your favourite shows, whilst the plush furnishings and decor create a luxury feel.
The kitchen offers enough space and equipment to create satisfying meals, with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave. You can enjoy a restful night’s sleep in the stylish double bedroom and wake up to partial sea views across Blackpool beach.
Stylish bedding and room accents give this apartment a boutique hotel feel.
The functional shower room consists of a shower, hand basin and WC.
Breck Apartment 3 does not have a garden, but with the beach so close and a pub just down the road, you’ll have plenty of reasons to enjoy the outdoors. Offering activities and experiences to suit every taste and season, Blackpool has made its name as one of England’s leading beach resorts.
The infamous Blackpool Tower creates a striking silhouette to the skyline and is one of the leading attractions in the area.
You may recognise its ballroom from the annual Strictly Come Dancing special.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach is the perfect haunt for adrenaline junkies, with a selection of rides and rollercoasters that will suit all ages and adventure levels.
For something different, you can opt for a gentle stroll along the beach and northern pier or enjoy a romantic meal at one of Blackpool's many quality restaurants.
At night, there is an abundance of nightclubs, pubs and comedy clubs where you can experience Blackpool's wild side. A short drive will take you to Stanley Park, where you can take in the stunning gardens and landscape design, as well as the historical buildings.
For those who plan to travel further afield, you can visit Thornton Cleveleys.
Here, you can browse the shops, enjoy the seafront or explore the stunning Wyre Estuary Country Park. Breck Apartment 3 is located in the perfect place to enjoy the activities and nightlife that Blackpool has to offer year round, giving you everything you could need for a short break away.
One bedroom comprising of 1x double bed. Shower room with shower, hand basin and WC. Open plan lounge diner with a plasma TV and iPod docking station. Modern kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave.
- Gas central heating and electricity inc. in rent
- TV and iPod docking station in lounge
- Electric cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave
- All bed linen included
- Private parking for one car
- Pub and beach within walking distance
- Max 2 adults.
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About the location
Lytham St Annes 6 miles; Preston 17 miles.
Blackpool is famous for being a seaside resort on England's north west coast. The town is on the Irish Sea, between the Ribble and Wyre estuaries, 17 miles north west of Preston. Blackpool has been fashionable as a holiday resort since the mid-18th century when it became fashionable in England to travel to the coast in the summer to improve well-being. Blackpool's seven mile sandy beach and promenade are still a popular attraction today with donkey rides, fish-and-chip shops and theatres. Other landmarks include the Blackpool Tower, Blackpool illuminations, the Pleasure Beach, Sandcastle Water Park, the Winter Gardens, Blackpool Zoo, or take a ride on the first generation tramway the only surviving one in the UK. Nearby the seaside towns of Lytham and St Annes-on-Sea nestle along a picturesque stretch of coastline lined with pretty parks, whilst walkers and twitchers will adore the rolling sandy dunes of St Annes-on-Sea and the Ribble Estuary providing a safe haven for more than 250,000 migrating birds that return each winter. The area is internationally renowned for golf with seven courses to choose from, the most notable being the Royal Lytham & St Annes Old Links Golf Club, one of the host courses for the Open Championship. Boating, cycling, shopping and swimming can all also be enjoyed nearby, along with award-winning restaurants, traditional pubs and wine bars should you fancy celebrating. Whatever you want from your seaside getaway, Blackpool is an ideal choice.
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