May 24, 2011

Local Links

Blackpool Hotels

These hotels and B&B’s are run by people who are learning BSL.

Trentwood Hotel
36-38 Dickson Road

Fun friendly staff who will go out their way to help every guest that comes through our door. The hotel has 21 bedrooms all en-suite, late bar with a wide selection of beers, spirits and wines. Long breakfast in our comfortable spacious dining room, excellent vegetarian breakfast menu, evening meals and bar snacks available on request. Close to local ameinities (3 min walk to Blackpool North train station).

Sunnyside Hotel
36 King Edward Avenue

A friendly, family-run hotel, close to the town (North Shore).
3-star accommodation. Trams and buses run nearby for town and all attractions.

Hotel St Elmo
20 – 22 Station Road

This hotel is on the South Shore, very close to Pleasure Beach. Run by a BSL Level 2 learner, this hotel caters for everybody. Bedrooms are all en-suite and modern. Wheelchair accessible with lift and ramp. Breakfast, 4-course evening meals and bar available.

The Claremont
1 Derbe Road
St. Annes-on-Sea
Text: 07876 173732

Alison & Ray look forward to welcoming you to The Claremont. We are proud to have been awarded ‘3 Star Guest Accommodation’ by Visit England. We are in St Annes a few miles outside Blackpool. So you have the best of both worlds, all the excitement of Blackpool with the peace and quiet of a traditional Victorian seaside town. Visit our web site and read some of our guest reviews.

Ad Astra Guesthouse
39 Derbe Road
St Annes

This family run B&B is in St Annes, about 4 miles away from Blackpool.Text 07867 592686 Breakfast made with fairtrade and local ingredients. Excellent vegetarian and vegan menu. Dogs welcome.

The Bond Hotel
120 Bond Street
01253 341218

The Bond Hotel, Blackpool is an Award Winning specialist Hotel, set just off Blackpool’s South Shore Promenade, which has been catering for guests with disabilities and special needs for nearly 20 years


Subtitled films at Cleveleys Vue and Blackpool Odeon cinema.

Vue Cinema has advised us that if the volume is too loud at any of the screenings, please approach a member of staff to ask projection to turn it down (especially when there are only small numbers in the audience) or ask for headphones that they supply, which will allow you to adjust the volume to suit individual needs.