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South Promenade, Lytham St Annes, FY8 1NP, United Kingdom – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Hot Tub, Turkish/Steam Bath, Indoor Pool (all year), Game Room, Library, Playground
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Suit Press, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 10:30 PM
7:30 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Mode is a modern boutique hotel situated in a prime seafront location in Lytham St Annes, just a 5-minute drive from Blackpool.
Score from 277 reviews Excellent
Located in Lytham St Annes, County Hotel features a bar and a restaurant, and provides guests with free WiFi access throughout and on-site private parking free of charge.
Score from 66 reviews Very good
With views across the coast and the Irish Sea, this independent hotel is situated across from the beach and 110 yards south of St Annes Pier.
Score from 200 reviews Good
With views of the Blackpool seafront, The Norbreck Castle Hotel is a short tram ride from the center of town. It has free parking, live entertainment, a sauna, spa and 18-meter pool.
Score from 4054 reviews Review score
My wife used the pool and rated it highly I used the hot tub and found it good the pool area was pleasant and made for a good experience .
Had a great evening at the Chadwick. From first entering to leaving the staff were friendly and accommodating. Nothing was too much trouble.
In for a weekend away - great family atmosphere, fab pool, lovely and warm. Comfortable room
stairs are tight,
We ate out locally at nite great restaurant and was greatly surprised with the entertainment that was on at nite. It was a superb act and will keep it in mind for future reference as they had a variety of acts on throughout the year. Breakfast was lovely
Room was a bit out dated but suited out purpose as we were only there Over nite
Warm rooms. Pleasant staff. Staff serving breakfast (Great). Good food very reasonable. Entertainment over the weekend.
Bedrooms slighly out dated.
Complete waiter service. (No buffet bar) at breakfast. Proper drawers and wardrobes for you to unpack properly. Very friendly & efficient staff. Nothing too much trouble.
very weird mixer taps over bath. One tap filled the bath , the other operated the shower, temperature regulated by a thermostat in the middle. Hard to get a hot bath.
The facilities, the room we were given was a Sea View and it was excellent. Coffee making facilities, TV and the view were very good and the comfort of the beds was excellent. The pool was very good and warm.
The dinner menu
Friendly, Good Parking and position, reasonable rates
Poor shower, narrow stairs.
Offering of 5 courses is a little over the top.Too big a gap from Bar food to Restaurant.Usually now Hotels offer 1 or 2 courses in Restaurant,but noticed dealing with older couples not Business travellers.Found offering old fastioned,needs upgrading.
Very dated bedrooms, only one power socket in total, so if you were watching TV you could nt power your phone, I pad etc! Towels were hard and grey! We won't be back!
We have stayed at The Chadwick before, its very clean and comfortable, lovely breakfast, staff very helpful, good pool and ideally placed for other attractions.Good bus service from village, thereby avoiding parking in Blackpool. Bus/tram all day ticket is a good deal.
Nothing we didnt like, its a good, value for money Hotel and we will be staying again.
not much sorry ive paid same for better the steam room was good
the maze to the room
Clean with good location. Breakfast was excellent with very attentive staff.
Room 96 (family room) was very noisy during the night. Sounded like there is a boiler or air con unit in the loft..(not the best nights sleep)!!!!
The staff were helpful and very friendly. The hotel was well laid out.
The shower in my room (48) was difficult to access for someone with mobility problems as the bath was high and narrow so water flooded the floor and the horrible shower curtain clung to the body during the shower which is not pleasant. Some up grading of facilities is required there. While the bed was adequate it was too soft to allow for a really good sleep. Access to the pool was very poor indeed and impossible for anyone with serious mobility problems - two flights of stairs from the ground floor is unacceptable these days without a lift and should be flagged up at the time of booking. I was only able to use it on the first day because the stairs up to it and down from it are slippery and have to be done barefoot. I didn't feel safe but the use of the pool was one of the reasons I chose the hotel so that was a disappointment.
staff were very friendly and could not do enough for you
poor shower in the room. water pressure very poor,so bath had to be run each time something for the hotel to improve on in that room,.
Friendly staff, great location, nice sauna & pool
It's all a bit worn out and in need of a refurb ...creaky floorboars, cupboard doors that don't close, etc. A bit pricey for what you can get elsewhere, especially the food (set dinner menu uninspiring, however full English breakfast great)
parts of the hotel have been refurbished to a high standard.
The bedrooms although more than satisfactory, are in need of decoration.
Pool and spa.
Old fashioned and very tired bedrooms. Sheets and blankets rather than duvets and modern bedding!!!!!
Hotel's facilities are excellent. I booked predominantly for the pool and steam rooms, but gym is also fairly well equipped and there is a play rom with ball room and a pool table for children. Rooms are a little tired, but comfortable and clean. Great family hotel.
The close proximity of a dog walking area The breakfast was very good
The wife snoring
The room I eventually stayed in was clean, quiet and comfortable. The breakfasts were very good with a good choice of food etc. Staff were very polite and helpful and although I did not use the pool this time it looked inviting. I would stay there again providing I was reassured about the type and position of the room before I arrived. I was also upgraded from a single to a double with no extra costs which was a pleasant surprise.
Despite putting a special request when booking about the need for a certain type of room I was initially given a room overlooking a flat roof and a wall approx. 6 foot away from the window. As I approached the room on the stairs and landing I could feel vibrations and a loud humming noise which could be heard in the room. I asked for a different room but the 2nd room was the same although in a different part of the hotel. The 3rd room I was given was brilliant. I assume the humming noise and vibrations were from extractor/air conditioning fans/units and having experienced this problem at a Holiday Inn in Leeds two weeks ago I knew that it would affect my stay as it did there where they could not offer me another room unlike The Chadwick.. Top marks to the receptionist who had to deal with the problem for me.
Decent breakfast portions
Having complained about my original room, I was given a choice of two others. All three were dark, dingy with no sunlight or air. I could only sleep because of the (very noisy!) ceiling fan. The bar and lounge were closed for redecoration but i was not told this when I booked. Very limited and tight off road parking.
No reduction in cost due to refurbishment. The room; 2 out of 3 soap dispensers were missing. No blind at bathroom window. Nasty kettle in bedroom. Hair-dryer did not work. Stair-carpet worn in corridors, paintwork poor in need of repair. Lift smelled unpleasant. Swimming pool locked. No towels available. Filter not turned on in pool. Jacuzzi not working. Pieces of floor missing, floor in changing rooms dirty. Temporary bar in dining room limited stock. Carpet not cleaned in the evening as food debris was very evident in the morning. New furniture in lounge uncomfortable. Colour scheme poor.Sauce bottle at breakfast was in a mess around the top, not clean! Tomatoes at breakfast always have the stalk in and usually cold.
Dining room welcoming and very nice decor. Sea view lounge areas very comfortable and relaxing. Location very good for buses, proximity to St.Anne's Pier and access to Blackpool tram. Service generally very efficient and pleasant. Reception helpful.
Lovely friendly hotel in great position.
Shame about the bar area being refurbished but next time we visit it will be complete.
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