The Burroyd Hotel (Blackpool) Reviews
Newest Review: ... you are in Blackpool, you think "This doesn't look too bad." Even on encountering the rooms, you think "Well, it is Blackpool", and can cope with the slight lack of home comforts. Small and sparsely furnished, the rooms are nevertheless somewhere to kip after a hard day at the Pleasure Beach, so you can put up with there being no kettle and with the wash basin only just clinging for dear life onto the 30 year old wallpaper. Then comes dinner time. At this place, you are politely requested to be in for dinner at 5pm sharp every night - or you don't get any. In fact the option of not getting any becomes increasin... more
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by - written on 11/10/00, updated on 11/10/00 (Very useful, 100 readings)
You know the stereotype of the landlady clearing the breakfast dishes with a fag hanging out of the corner of her mouth? Nothing could be closer to the truth at this salubrious establishment in a back street of Britain's favourite seaside resort. From the outside, the Burroyd Hotel looks like a reasonably acceptable place to stay. There is not much parking, but the proprietors are helpful in wangling you a space nearby. Within, a bar to the right and a dining room to the left look pretty standard and, considering you are in Blackpool, you think "This doesn't look too bad." Even on encountering the rooms, you think "Well, it is Blackpool", ... Read the complete review
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