The bed sort of like sagged in the middle, so wherever you tried to sleep you always ended up in the middle, The curtains are too narrow and this room could benefit from some dark curtains as the street lamp outside made it appear to be daylight all through the night. I tried to shut the window to reduce the noise but it made no difference, the noise seemed to be coming from under the window sill.
The room could have done with a vacuum, I am not saying that it hadn't been done but needed to be more thorough.
My napkin was dirty at breakfast before I even used this (actually I didn't use it), the breakfast was ok but some of the food was hot and some was only warm.
The door lock needs attention and the door itself could do with some sort of draught excluder around it to stop light coming in.
I know that this isn't the 'PeerLess' fault but car parking is a major problem, you either pay through the nose or drive around 10 miles outside Blackpool to get a free spot
Near to Blackpool tower, the towels seemed to be fresh, as was the shower and toilet (only used the toilet)
There was lots of coffee, tea bags, sugar and those pots of milk, never tried the TV. Never tried the fire but fireplace was ok.
Overall if you are a group of lads on a lads night out and just need a bed for the night knowing that the beer will send you to sleep, it is worth the price (£40) as this had 2 beds so 3 people could have stayed but to be honest I wish I had paid an extra £35 and gone to a premier Inn for a better nights sleep.