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Monarch Hotel
29 St Anne's Road East
Lytham St Annes

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Small & Friendly licensed non smoking hotel, All rooms en-suite and centrally heated,tv's and hospitality trays. Private off road parking for all our guests. We also offer off road parking for holiday makers flying from Blackpool airport. Members of HALSA-holiday association of Lytham St Anne's.Two minutes stroll to the town centre with various restaurants serving varied international cuisine.Golf courses & beach a five minute walk away,two minutes to St Anne's train station. Buss stop outside to take you into Blackpool. Free wireless internet connection. Early breakfasts available and special diets catered for. Guests lounge and bar with freeview box.Contractors welcome - special rates when sharing. Children welcome.All rooms have TV's some with DVD/CD.Open all year.We are also situated for easy access to DWP IBM AXA AEG NS&I and Peel Park.

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