Places to stay in Fleetwood
As you would expect of Britain’s favorite beach resort when it comes to choosing where to stay, there’s a whole range of accommodation to choose from. Fleetwood offers award-winning, stylish accommodation, with more than 300 accredited hotels, guest houses, B&B’s and self-catering providers. There is something for all tastes and budgets – from friendly, family-run bed & breakfasts, to luxury self-catering apartments and large, stylish hotels, offering great nightly entertainment for all the family.
While browsing the hotel related website, you can be assured that all the hotels, guest houses, self-catering flats or caravan and camping sites you see have received a national quality grading. Some of the establishments have received a Gold and Silver award which is given in recognition of exceptional quality within a property’s star rating, or for outperforming a star rating.
Fleetwood accommodation is varied and extensive, including a choice of holiday parks, self-catering flats and apartments, hotels, cottages and friendly B&Bs. Compare Fleetwood accommodation prices online now and finds your perfect place to stay.
The restored Victorian North Pier lies 1.8 km away, and Sea Life Blackpool Aquarium is nearly a 10-minute ride from the budget guest house. The nearby business venues include the 154m - high Blackpool Tower (2.2 km) and Blackpool Magistrates Court Courthouse (2.6 km).
The New Boston has been owned and managed by the same owners for 20 years. The establishment is run on a highly personalised basis where guest comfort, clean accommodation and courteous service are the priority in fact our reputation is established on confirmed good care everywhere.
You will find our premier Hotel and Brasserie located in the relaxed seaside town of Cleveleys, within the centre of Fylde Coast, near Blackpool. Come and meet our friendly staff who will revel in looking after you and making sure you have a stay to remember.
The North Euston Hotel, considered Fleetwood’s crown jewel by many is a fine semi-circular building which opened in 1841 was designed by the foremost architect of the day, Decimus Burton. It derives its name from the fact that it stood at the end of the railway line from London Euston.
The Seven Stars is situated in the picturesque village of Stamine. Just a short distance from Fleetwood centre and Fleetwood everything is within a short car journey. Nearby bowling clubs and golf clubs offer great days out and with secure storage which can look after your bikes for those cyclists wanting to stay.