The Westcliffe is a family-run, licensed Guest House, splendidly located in the popular North Shore holiday area of Blackpool. Close to Gynn Gardens, Queen's Promenade and the spectacular Coastal Cliff Walk, it is the ideal place to 'get away and knit'.
Part of the enjoyment of a holiday is good food, and a stay at the Westcliffe is no exception! We serve a hearty three course English breakfast and a four course evening dinner in an attractive, sunny dining room.
- Spacious sunny dining room
- Fresh, locally sourced produce
- Three course English breakfast
- Four course evening dinner
- Special diets catered for
- Vegetarian option daily
‘All breakfasts are cooked to order using only the best sausages and bacon from our local butcher, fresh vegetables are delivered from our local organic farm, and all the eggs we use are free range. If you are also taking evening dinner with us you can be assured that as we are members of the Food and Drink Guild, your meal will be of the highest quality. We take the trouble to care where our ingredients come from – all you have to do is relax and enjoy!’
‘A full Vegetarian menu is available for both breakfast and evening dinner, and all meals have been approved by the Vegetarian Society. Special diets are catered for including coeliac and lactose free. Please telephone to discuss your individual requirements.’
All our bedrooms are centrally heated, and we can accommodate guests in a selection of single, double, and twin en-suite rooms. Facilities include; colour TV, beverage and biscuit tray, towels and complimentary toiletries.
- All rooms en-suite
- Full central heating
- Colour TVs
- Beverage and biscuit tray
- Radio/alarm clocks
- No smoking throughout Hotel
- Residential Licence
- All rooms en-suite
- Fresh, home-cooked food
- Credit/debit cards accepted
- Gold Clean Air Award
‘We want our guests to enjoy Blackpool and the Westcliffe in particular, therefore the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming, and we are always on hand to offer help and local knowledge should anyone require it.’