Part of the Empire Bingo Hall on Hawes Side Lane is now down revealing a beautiful curved ceiling inside and some lovely wrought ironwork. Did any of you visit?
Happy 125th birthday to Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
Why not join in with the celebrations with a day trip from April 12th?
Or book an overnight stay and combine it with a visit to the Sandcastle Indoor Waterpark?
After so long in lockdown I’m sure you’re all ready for some fun!
A highlight of your stay will be Allan’s full English breakfast … and now you can sample it for FREE when you book direct on this site or by phoning/texting 07539 600632. All prices shown on THIS page include a free breakfast per person for every night booked. This deal is worth £12 per double room per night, £15 per family of 3 room, £18 per family of 4 room PER NIGHT.
PS no deposit, no cancellation fees = no risk!
Lytham St Annes Spitfire Ground Display Team is, for the first time, opening their doors to the public throughout August. They are based at Hangar 42, an original 1939 WWII hangar at Blackpool Airport. People are always looking for something different to do … well now’s your chance!
For your peace of mind, The Wescoe is VisitEngland accredited for Covid19 safety preparations.
It has been confirmed by the Government today that the Blackpool staycation can go ahead from 4th July! Get those buckets and spades ready, book those Pleasure Beach and zoo tickets, book your favourite B&B (hope it’s us) and away we go. Can’t wait to see you all again xx
It has been announced today that the Illuminations will shine for a further 2 months and, instead of ending on Nov 7th will run right through to Jan 3rd!
The Pleasure Beach is also extending it’s season by 4 weekends until 13th December.
The Wescoe will remain open at weekends 7 Nov to 13 December for all of your accommodation needs.
Hello to all our wonderful guests 💗💗💗
We have received so many messages and we have really enjoyed keeping in touch with so many of you and hearing how you are coping with the new normal.
We miss you all and cannot wait to see you again!
We still haven’t received an official re-opening date but are still working towards 4th July. As you know, the Government is likely to put a cap on how many guests we are allowed to take which is why we are offering risk-free bookings to you, our regular guests … this means no deposits and no cancellation fees should you wish to change your booking (or cancel completely); we want you to feel financially secure when booking, safe in the knowledge that we are not some big, impersonal company which wants to hang on to your money!
So what have we been doing to prepare for our re-opening and to ensure your safety?
We have completed a Covid19 risk assessment and made changes where necessary to the daily running of the business. As you know, we already have very high standards of cleanliness but virus-killing chemicals will be the new norm, along with more frequent sanitising of touch points in public areas such as handles and doorbells. All guests are urged to use the new hand sanitising stations at the front door and in the dining room as well as maintaining 2 m distancing throughout the building.
At the moment it is unclear whether we will be able to use our dining room or not so we have made plans to deliver breakfast to your room if necessary; this will provide you with the safest option as our dining room is very small.
Remember that Blackpool has miles of golden beaches, a wide open promenade, amazing attractions, a host of varied entertainment and, of course the Wescoe for your clean, safe accommodation needs; it most certainly provides the perfect Staycation location.
We really do hope we can see you all again really soon and thank you for your continuing support,
Angie & Allan 💗💗💗💗
Yeadon Way has reopened after essential work and is looking lovely with it’s new surface, new crash barriers and new fencing. Gone are the ugly weeds and overhanging trees… a much more pleasant entrance to Blackpool.
This afternoon we took our lockdown stroll in the May sunshine, between South and Central piers. There were loads of people out enjoying the weather, strolling, walking their dogs, scooting and cycling but the atmosphere was just lovely and everyone was paying attention to social distancing rules. Here are the pictures I took. Doesn’t the sea look fabulous?