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Dance the day away at the world-famous ballroom or enjoy the experience while relaxing with an afternoon tea. By night you can soak up six miles of dazzling illuminations with over 10 million bulbs. The spectacular display first lit up the seaside town of Blackpool in 1879, a year before Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb.
Detailed Overview

Price includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & full cooked breakfast

  • Welcome tea/coffee on arrival

  • 3-course menu with 3 choices per course

  • Tea/coffee after dinner

  • Free use of hotel's leisure facilities

  • All-day admission to The Blackpool Tower Ballroom with Afternoon Tea

  • Porterage

  • Escorted throughout

Tour Itinerary
Day 1

We travel Blackpool, arriving late afternoon at the hotel.

Day 2

The Blackpool Tower Ballroom
Enjoy all-day admission to The Blackpool Tower Ballroom where you can enjoy live music from the Mighty Wurlitzer and watch the dancers on the world's greatest dance floors and even join in yourself. Afternoon Tea is also included which consists of sandwiches, a cream scone with preserve and a choice of cake with tea or coffee.

Day 3

Free day in Blackpool
Discover the many attractions at leisure, such as the Pleasure Beach, the Sealife Centre, Madame Tussauds or the Blackpool Tower Eye with its glass SkyWalk affords views over the famous promenade from 390 feet in the air. Why not take a ride along the world-famous Blackpool Tramway aboard a piece of moving history on a Heritage Tram tour, or an illuminated tram when it gets dark?
Please note: We cannot guarantee that all attractions will be open. Tram tours are available outside Blackpool Pleasure Beach/Sandcastle Waterpark. Tours cannot be pre-booked and must be paid on the night.

Day 4

Lake District
Today we visit the Lake District, with time to explore Bowness, maybe enjoy a stroll by the lake, and obtain lunch before we follow the shore road along Lake Windermere and return via Newby Bridge to Blackpool.

Day 5

We depart after breakfast and begin our journey home.

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4* Imperial Hotel Blackpool, Blackpool

The Imperial Hotel, Blackpool, is a grand 19th Century hotel recalling the opulence and glamour of this famous resort’s Victorian heyday, with all the comforts of modern life.

Situated on North Promenade, The Imperial Hotel is a Blackpool landmark and has welcomed a host of royalty, politicians, statesmen and stars of both the stage and screen over the years. The hotel enjoys spectacular views of the beach to the sea and is close to all major attractions.

• Lift • TV • Telephone • Tea/coffee making facilities • Hairdryer • Writing Desk • Limited Wi-Fi • Restaurant • Indoor swimming pool • Sauna • Gym •

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