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My mother-in-law treated my partner & I to a long weekend back in June 2015. Upon arrival we were greeted by the owner who seemed very nice, she informed us that she had tried to get ahold of us to see what time we would...More
I had the misfortune to stay at this disgrace of a B&B last year with family and friends, and I can safely say it's the worst accommodation I've experienced anywhere before.
When we were let in, we were met with the overwhelming stench of wet...More
I have to echo the last few reviews I'm afraid. This was the worst place I've ever stayed! At the time of booking TA reviews were good & their own website made the place sound good, price was around midrange, not the cheapest but not...More
Booked for a long weekend and left a day early, arrived on the Friday afternoon to be greeted by the owner in her pyjamas. Showed us to our room but that was all, didn't get shown where the toilet or shower room was. The room...More
I booked this place for a weekend away celebrating an anniversary. Plus paid more for a ensuite, I booked it mainly for the price that they were offering that was great. I did not get the best of welcomes and when I entered room "3"...More
We are proud to announce that following a very thorough inspection by the English Tourist Board we have now been awarded 3 star status for the quality and excellence of the food.The Tam O’ Shanter is the ideal Blackpool holiday choice, with a central Blackpool location and a warm and friendly family run service.Under the same family ownership since 2005, the Tam O Shanter Guesthouse in Blackpool is centrally located, only a couple of minutes' walk from Central Pier and the Promenade and close to the Beach,Blackpool Tower, Tussaud's Waxworks, Sealife Centre, Coral Island, Bonny Street Market, Houndshill Shopping Centre and approximately 15-20 minutes' walk (or a short tram ride) from the Pleasure Beach, with the night-life of Queen Street a short taxi ride (approximately £5) away or a short walk of about 10 – 15 minutes. There are also several local pubs and bars within a short walking distance, most of which feature evening entertainment.There is free, unrestricted on-street parking, as well as a Pay-and-Display car park at the end of Coop Street and the main, council run Central Car Park opposite the entrance to Coop Street. Both car parks are about a minute's walk. from the Tam O Shanter.