It wasn't a major drawback, but I'm used to having a wash hand basin in the bath/shower room and not within the bedroom itself. Was a bit a pain for during the night toilet visits as, in order to prevent waking my partner by switching on the bedroom light, I had to fumble around in the dark to wash my hands.
Location of the guesthouse; it's on a very quiet street away from the sea front, but within a few minutes walk of all amenities.
The owner, Adrian, was vey friendly and attentive to all our needs.
The breakfast and sitting area was very bright and comfortable to sit in. There is also a good selection of breakfast food to suit all tastes.
The bed was very firm, so great for me personally. However, it may not be to everyone's taste.
If you like Indian food, there's a great restaurant just along the road from the guesthouse called Gemma. Great food and very inexpensive.
For those of you who like walking, Lytham is approximately an hour away and mostly with a costal view. It's well worth the effort, as Lytham is lovely. 10 minutes on the bus if you don't fancy the walk.