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Welcome to Jollies Hotel

Address: 86 Hornby Road, Blackpool, FY1 4QS

Telephone: 01253 624375 01253 624375

Hotel Description

Jollies is ideally situated in the Centre of Blackpool. The sea front being only a short walk, and just minutes from the town centre, Winter gardens, Grand Theatre, The main shopping centre, Pubs, Clubs, Social Clubs and Blackpool's Famous Tower. All rooms are en-suite with FreeviewTV, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Shower, and Shaver & Electrical plug sockets, all available at no extra charge. Late keys are provided allowing access at all times. Car parking spaces are available for a fee of £5 per car per night, SECURE BICYCLE PARKING and separate dining tables allow your privacy. A home cooked farmhouse style 3 course traditional breakfast being our specialty including a choice of starters, and a full English breakfast to suit your taste. Evening meals are optional £10pp SPECIAL OFFER BED ONLY FROM £25 PER PERSON PER NIGHT Midweek specials available from £90 per person phone for details. 7 NIGHTS B&B £150 PER PERSON

Our Facilities

  • Disabled Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Family Rooms
  • City Centre Location
  • Ironing Service
  • Wifi Available
  • Bicycle Rent
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Walking Holidays

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Hotel Reviews - Jollies Hotel

My Birthday Weekend
Excellent stay nice room really impressed. Good freindly welcome on arrival proprieter very accomadating.Breakfast very tasty. Will be definately going back again next year

Mark Jones - 15th Aug, 2018
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Bank Holiday Weekend
Bill and lynn made us feel very wrlcomd from the minute we arrived. Nothing was too much trouble.

Philip Thulborn - 28th May, 2018
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Very Friendly Hosts
Made very welcome from start to finish. Nice couple. Good food.

Mr. Dave White - 25th Oct, 2016
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One Of The Best
One of the best bed & breakfasts we have stopped at in a long time. Greeted by Bill with a drink & update on whats on in blackpool. Rooms were small & cosy with crisp clean sheets, a two course breakfast served by Lynne fruit or cereal & large full english wonderful. A true britsh traditional bed & brakfast. Definatly going again

Angela MAJCHERCZYK - 30th Aug, 2016
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Suited Me Down To The Ground
I stayed at Jollies for one night during the Rebellion festival. Great welcome, comfy attic en suite and a vegetarian brekkie as ordered. Sorted! Wouldn't hesitate to stay again

Mr. Nigel Hutchinson - 8th Aug, 2016
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My Recent Stay
Hosts were welcoming, breakfast good and room clean and comfortable. Would recommend and will be back shortly.

Mr. Ian Gibbs - 3rd May, 2016
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My self and 4 friends stayed here for the Blackpool illuminations . A small run hotel but a very friendly couple and great hospitality .

Lovely home cooked food

Rooms bit small but nice and clean

Will stay here again next time I go to this area

Thank you Bill and Lynn for a lovely stay and making us feel so welcome

Bernice Cook

Mrs. Bernice Cook - 30th Sep, 2014
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A Great Stay
We had a lovely overnight stay at this hotel, chosen mostly because we liked the name! The owners were happy for us to drop an overnight bag off a day early and had put it in our room already when we checked in. Everything you need from a Blackpool B+B, and a great full english the next morning. Recommended

Mr. Julian Bennett - 11th Aug, 2014
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Brilliant Bnb!
Close to the tower so everything was in easy walking distance, the breakfast was fantastic and the owners were lovely, would definetly recommend it and will stay again!

Mrs. Jenny Hadfield - 1st Jun, 2014
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Jollies Hotel
A clean B&B with a friendly efficient owner. Also excellent internet access. Near enough to town centre to be convenient but far enough to be quiet. I highly recommend this hotel.

Von King - 28th May, 2014
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Another Wonderful Stay
First Class as always

Mr. William Egar - 25th Aug, 2012
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Rebellion Festival
Me and my girlfriend went to the Rebellion festival August 4-8. We had a very pleasant stay at Jollies hotel. The hotel is within walking distance from all the 'central attractions' in Blackpool. The standard of the hotel is quite alright (TV, toilet and shower in the room etc). We didn't see the owner(s) very much, but we had our own keys, and they came as soon as we called for them (very nice people they were too). And the price is hard to beat !!! We'll definitely come back there the next time we're in Blackpool. /Martin and Maria

Martin Hansson - 10th Aug, 2011
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Good Place To Stay
Very nice place to stay would defanatly stay there again and the owners of the hotel were very nice and friendly and made us feel very welcome

Mr. James Travers - 18th Jul, 2011
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Attractions - Jollies Hotel

The Winter Gardens - Exhibition

The Winter Gardens - Exhibition

Distance 0.21 miles (0.33 km)
Whatever kind or size of event you are planning, the Winter Gardens is certain to have a venue which will suit it perfectly. However, the success of your event is not assured by the quality of the venue alone - our experience in providing imaginative tailored solutions and expert advice will help you achieve the results you are striving for. From retail to trade and regional to national, the Winter Gardens is one of the north wests leading exhibition venues, hosting over 40 events and welcoming more than 400,000 visitors annually. A choice of versatile and flexible venues provide the ideal settings for exhibitions, product launches and trade shows of virtually any kind. The 2,600 square metre Olympia is the Winter Gardens very own purpose-built exhibition hall offering unrivalled space and accessibility.

Blackpool Tower - Landmark

Blackpool Tower - Landmark

Distance 0.39 miles (0.62 km)
Blackpool Tower opened on 14th May 1894, with the aquarium existing as a stand a lone attraction from the late 1870's. The tower is 518ft 9inches tall, with the walk of faith at 380ft from street level. The Tower alone contains 2,493 tons of steel and 93 tons of cast iron. The building at the base contains 985 tons of steel and 259 tons of cast iron.
The Tower has a viewing platform at 380ft above the promenade and is reached by a lift or if you are a maintanance worker by 536 steps!
Not for the feint hearted is the 'Walk of Faith' glass floor, a two inch clear panel that looks straight down to the Promenade below.
The 'Walk of Faith' glass floor panel was placed at the Tower top in 1998. The glass floor weighs half a tonne and is made up of two sheets of laminated glass. The 'Walk of Faith' can withstand the weight equivalent to five baby elephants.
To reach the top viewing platform at approximately 450ft you can walk up 2 flights of stairs.
The present Ballroom was designed by Frank Matcham and opened in 1899. The Ballroom floor measures 120ft by 102ft. It comprises 30,602 separate blocks of mahogany, oak and walnut. The first Wurlitzer organ was installed in the Ballroom in 1929. It was replaced in 1935 with one to Reginald Dixon's specification. The first organ went to the Empress Ballroom at the Winter Gardens.
During the day visit the Ballroom to hear one of the famous organs being played. The Tower Ballroom is the traditional home of the mighty Wurlitzer Organ which rises up through the stage and complemented by the 3 Deck Wersi - the world's most advanced Blackpool Tower Ballroom - The Wurlitzer Organorgan, it includes over 600 sounds in the software, is touch screen sensitive and can create the sound of a complete orchestra.
The Tower Circus is positioned at the base of the tower, between its four legs. The circus first opened to the public on 14 May 1894 and has not missed a season since.

The present interior was designed by Frank Matcham and was completed in 1900.

The circus ring can be lowered into a pool of water and holds 42,000 gallons at a depth of up to 4 ft 6 inches, which allows for Grand Finales with Dancing Fountains. The Tower Circus is one of four left in the world that can do this.
During more than a century of entertainment, the world's greatest circus stars have paraded across its ring. The clown Charlie Cairoli appeared at the tower for 39 years. Britain's best-known ringmaster Norman Barrett worked the ring for 25 years.
Animals appeared in the circus until 1990.
It was planned to close the famous circus at the end of the 1990 season and replace it with an animatronic attraction. Public opinion and the fact the animatronics were not ready meant that the circus continued.
Today, the circus is produced and directed by Hungarian Laci Endresz. A live band (sometimes accompanied by Mooky the Clown) provides all the music for the show, often dynamically syncing with the performers' movements. The circus band play a variety of different songs, usually Latin for the acts. In the winter the circus stages a pantomime instead of the regular show.
The oldest part of the building is the aquarium which was part of Dr Cockers' Menagarie and Aquarium in the 1870s.[1] It was kept open to earn revenue while the tower building went up around it. The aquarium was modelled on the limestone caverns in Derbyshire. It houses 57 different species of fresh water and salt water fish and the largest tank holds 32,000 litres of salt water.[28]
The aquarium closed permanently at the end of the 2010 season and will be completely remodelled to make way for a new "Dungeons" attraction.[29] This is part of the investment by the Merlin Group, who took over the operation of the Tower at the end of the 2010 season on behalf of new owners Blackpool Council

Blackpool Centre - Town Centre

Blackpool Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.57 miles (0.91 km)
With around seven miles of fun packed coastline, Blackpool is the entertainment capital of Europe, and home to the world famous Blackpool Tower with its ballroom, circus, adventure play centre, aquarium and ride to the top of the tower. The tower also contains the nerve-wracking Walk of Faith - a glass floor, 380 feet above the ground that allows an unrestricted view of the street below. The town centre also hosts a variety of well known shops. It was the Victorians who developed Blackpool into a mega-resort, and in the early twentieth century they flocked here in their thousands to enjoy the fantastic combination of sun, sand and sea.

Blackpool Football Club - Football Club

Blackpool Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.76 miles (1.22 km)
Blackpool Football Club Formed in 1889. Blackpool's newly-rebuilt Bloomfield Road ground is a stadium ready for the future. In 2005 it played host to three Group A games in the UEFA European Women's Championship. The official Blackpool Football Supporters Club is BSA, the Blackpool Supporters Assocoation. Our committee is elected by its members. Blackpool FC fully support our Association, and through our fund raising efforts, we put funds directly back into the club by sponsoring matches and players.