Blackpool is one of the most popular British seaside towns to visit, with something for everyone - from rollercoasters and waterparks for thrill seekers, to theatres, shopping, and even a zoo to enjoy for those who prefer a more relaxed pace. The best part is that all of these places are wonderfully accessible, meaning no one will miss out! Blackpool Zoo has an extensive collection of exotic animals to explore. The zoo is all fairly level and flat, with low signage and ramps throughout.
Hotels with Disabled Facilities in Blackpool North
Hotels with Disabled Facilities in Blackpool North - iberos.info
The markets and shops of South Shore are just a short stroll away if you prefer to indulge in some bargain hunting. Linger over an all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast and 3 course dinner in our beautiful sea view restaurant, then make your way to our cabaret nightclub 'The Talk of the Coast' and let our line up of top acts entertain you, with hilarious comedy and fantastic vocals, featuring the inimitable Buddy Lee and amazing Sensation Dancers. Fairground adrenaline rush or bright lights and razzle-dazzle? Our Blackpool South Promenade hotel is located just off the main buzzing promenade of Blackpool, Britain's favourite seaside resort, just down the road from the iconic Blackpool tower. There's fun on tap with Blackpool Pleasure Beach right on your doorstep. Other popular attractions like the SeaLife Centre and Madame Tussauds are just a short walk away along the famously illuminated promenade.
Disabled Holidays in Blackpool
Visitors to Blackpool enjoy a traditional British holiday, coupled with the adrenaline hit of the Pleasure Beach amusement park. The town is famous for its tower and its three piers. From September to November 5 miles of the Promenade are illuminated with thousands of electric and neon lights — the Illuminations. But what if you have accessibility needs?
Multiple Award Winners. The biggest draw is the expansive seafront, with its seven miles of golden, Blue Flag award-winning beaches and host of family-friendly attractions. Many of the best sights are found along the Golden Mile , a dazzling stretch of the Promenade between the North and Central piers. Visitors looking for a quieter time can explore the scenic gardens and water features at Stanley Park , see exotic animals at Blackpool Zoo or take a stroll down the newly renovated South Promenade with its series of contemporary art pieces. Of particular interest are a gigantic mirror ball and the Comedy Carpet, which contains jokes from over 1, comedians and comedy writers.