Norbreck Castle Hotel (Blackpool) Reviews
Description:Address: Queens Promenade / Blackpool / Lancashire / England / The hotel overlooks the Irish sea and was renovated in ... more
Newest Review: ... Coffee making facilities. I found that the decor of the rooms is a little outdated, and not very modern. The Boston restaurant is spacious and open to the public while the Castles restaurant is perfect for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and serves set menu meals. Norbreck Castle also has a Conservatory bar. Copper Face Jack's Bar is the busy bar with large sports screens. This hotel even ... more
Customer Norbreck Castle Hotel (Blackpool) Reviews (4)
by - written on 03/08/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I never actually stayed in this hotel however did visit it (no more details are required!!!), and although I can not fully comment on the full scale of the hotel, I am able to provide a basic review on my few hours in the hotel! Norbeck Castle is located on the Queens promenade Blackpool, and is located quite a distance from the town. The Hotel overlooks the seafront on the North Shore, and is close to Blackpools' major attractions and entertainment. The hotel has 480 bedrooms, many with sea views. All rooms are described on the website as being "tastefully decorated", rooms are en-suite and offer TV, Telephone, Hairdryer and Tea & ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
THE BRITISH HOLIDAY CASTLE Blackpool, England The norbreck castle hotel is in Cleveland Blackpool situated on the front of the promenade. THE Norbreck Castle is as it says a castle to look at from the outside. This is a popular hotel for families and has lots of entertainment venues and plenty for the children to do also. There are lots of treatment rooms also. i had an eye lash tint done for an incrediabls £6 with perfect results. The Norbreck Hotel has swimming, saunas, steam bath all free in with the price of your accomodation. The gym is a ridiculously low price as well £2 for an hour. In the price is a buffet breakfast which is like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09 (Very useful, 124 readings)
This is a review of the Norbreck Castle Hotel. They are part of the Britannia Hotels chain. We went in a party of six for my parent's wedding anniversary in September this year. It was the first weekend they turned on the lights so we were expecting it to be busy. The reason we chose Blackpool was that we always went there every year when we were younger so it has many happy memories for us! We booked online at a total cost of approx £700 pounds. So that works out £60 ish per person per night (including breakfast) and we stayed Friday - Sunday. The hotel was busy when we arrived so it took us almost an hour to check in. What added to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
This review was originally written and published on Ciao in 2003 just after our visit to the Norbreck Castle Hotel in Blackpool and I had forgotten all about it until I read a more recent review over there and realised that this hotel doesn't appear to have improved since our visit! First of all I will tell you a bit about the place. It is situated on the seafront at the far northern end of the promenade at Blackpool, so it is well out of town, which is great if you like to be away from the noise and commercialisation that is Blackpool. The hotel was built in the 60's or 70's, I can't exactly remember when but I do remember seeing it ... Read the complete review
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