Four days away to enjoy the delights of vibrant Blackpool, Britain's favourite seaside resort - take a stroll along the long, flat promenade, take a trip to the top of the famous Tower, enjoy a rollercoaster ride at the Pleasure Beach, or enjoy the traditional seaside attractions. Blackpool has it all! You'll enjoy three nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the friendly - and fun Georgian Hollies Hotel, as well as an excursion to the lively city of Liverpool!
- Coach travel with reserved seating- Three nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the Georgian Hollies Hotel, Blackpool- Time to enjoy the delights and traditional attractions of Blackpool- Excursion to the lively city of LiverpoolBlackpool - A coastal town full of character, by the Irish Sea in the Northwest of England. It's the UK's most popular seaside resort.
Liverpool-One of the UK's most popular city breaks - and it's clear why, Located right where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea in the North West of England, it's bursting with diverse and fascinating history, attractions - and lots and lots of shopping.
The Georgian Hollies Hotel -A genuine welcome and a good time (it's renowned for its evening entertainment), this typical Blackpool hotel is close to Church Street - and one of the most buzzing in Blackpool.
A year-round resort
Blackpool is a coastal town full of character, by the Irish Sea in the Northwest of England. It's the UK's most popular seaside resort - and that's in the summer AND winter.
In the summer, traditional seaside novelties like fish and chips, amusements, piers and long stretches of golden sand siren the masses.
In the winter, it's the world-famous Illuminations and the transformation they have on the town that attracts 3.5 million visitors every year. Many local establishments now trade all year round.
Take a unique trip around town
The only surviving first-generation tramway in the UK provides a unique trip around town. A number of the original fleet are still available to ride, and there are illuminated trams running September to January - the best seat to see the Illuminations!
A playground for kids - and adults alike
There is so much to do and see in Blackpool, whether you're 5 or 50! There are so many attractions - including golden beaches, the Pleasure Beach, Zoo, SEA LIFE aquarium, Tower Dungeons, Winter Gardens, Opera House, Black Tower Ballroom, Madame Tussauds and Blackpool's iconic Tower, the town's landmark which was modelled after The Eiffel Tower in Paris.
It's one of the UK's most popular city breaks - and it's clear why
Located right where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea in the North West of England, it's bursting with diverse and fascinating history, attractions - and lots and lots of shopping.
The Waterfront is definitely the place to be
The best view of the city's iconic skyline has to be from one of Mersey Ferry's 50-minute River Explorer Cruises - board it from The Liverpool Waterfront. Here, you'll also find the beautifully restored Royal Albert Dock, which played a key role in the famously friendly city's maritime history. Have you ever noticed that the city's name is below The Titanic on the mythical ship's stern? Find out more at the free-to-enter waterfront Maritime Museum.
Liverpool Dock has restaurants, bars, independent stores, museums and art galleries including Tate Liverpool and the Liverpool Museum, as well as The Beatle's Story, an immersive exhibition which takes you down the Long and Winding Road of the Beatles.
Liverpool is the perfect place to learn about the Fab Four
..It's their hometown after all. Take a selfie with a larger-than-life version of them on the Pier Head, or visit The Cavern Club on Mathew Street - the live music venue where The Beatles forged their musical identity and became the club's signature act following their first performance there on 9th February 1961.
Don't miss - Right in the heart of the city is Liverpool ONE, the one place you can find all of your high street favourites and designers, plus food, drink and entertainment. If you're after something unique for dinner - head to Liverpool Cathedral's bistro for a hearty bowl of traditional Scouse. The local comfort food is served with homemade bread and pickled cabbage.
Georgian Hollies Hotel, Blackpool Georgian Hollies Hotel
You'll get a genuine welcome
As soon as you walk into the hotel from Albert Road, a road that leads directly to the golden sandy Blackpool seafront, and top attractions like SEA LIFE, Madame Tussauds and the Blackpool Illuminations between September and January - you are genuinely welcomed.
Renowned for being friendly - and fun
Customers often remark upon the friendly well-established staff team at The Georgian Hollies Hotel. The other book-inducing hotel features are its renowned evening entertainment including visiting cabarets, quiz nights and bingo - and its central location.
It's really close to Church Street
It is less than a 5-minute walk to The Blackpool Tower, the Winter Gardens, the beach and promenade, the main shopping street (Church Street) and the Houndshill Shopping Centre.
A favourite in the UK's most popular seaside resort
Well-regarded by Caledonian Travellers too, this typical Blackpool terrace has an on-site restaurant, cabaret lounge and bar with a pool table and TV, which is buzzing every day from midday. The bar is well-stocked with an excellent range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks - take yours out to the front terrace in the summer months!
What are the bedrooms like?
Inside the en suite bedrooms, you'll find everything you need for a comfortable stay - a TV, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi.
Insider info - Sometimes, visiting stalls will spring up with gifts in the hotel's reception.
- All bedrooms with en-suite facilities
- In the room: TV & tea/coffee making facilities
- Bar with pool table and TV
- TV lounge
- Evening entertainment
- 24-hour front desk
- Free Wi-Fi
- Lift to all floors
- Cabaret lounge