Should further restrictions be imposed on hospitality next week, our aim at the wescoe is to help smooth your planned trip to Blackpool.
Should cafes/restaurants be forced to close (early? completely? in which areas?) we at the wescoe will be offering a temporary snack and meal menu with reasonably priced hot and cold items.
Orders will be taken by text to reduce unnecessary contact and may be delivered to your bedroom door or the dining room according to your preference. Meals may be eaten in our dining room, subject to the usual social distancing rules.
The national rules remain that pubs/bars must close at 10pm; as we do not have a bar we suggest that you bring your own supplies from home. These may be drunk only in your bedroom.
If any other changes are announced which would impact your stay we will let you know, but currently you are allowed to travel to Blackpool (unless you live in certain areas of Wales or Scotland) and are welcome to come and enjoy some well-earned “me time”.
Latest Covid 19 information from Public Health England … please note that Blackpool is neither in lockdown nor even an area of concern despite the social media rumour mill working overtime. Feel free to enjoy your holiday here! Stay safe, everyone
People living in areas where localised restrictions have been applied are allowed, and welcome to travel to Blackpool on holiday. However, during your stay at the Wescoe, you will be subject to a socially distanced/isolated breakfast where breakfast has been booked. What this means is that, as a precaution and for the safety of both other guests and staff, your breakfast will be served to your bedroom door at an agreed time. Breakfast will comprise a hot sandwich, a carton of fruit juice, a chocolate brioche and a granola bar. We hope this will reassure guests from both inside and outside those areas affected and will cut down on potential contact.
Areas currently affected:
BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN
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!
Fed up with being locked away? Kids bored with home schooling? Done all of your decorating and those jobs you never have time to do? Just need some fresh sea air in your lungs?
Then it’s time to book your Blackpool break!
The attractions are all back open and taking advance bookings. The restaurants, cafes and bars are awaiting your custom. And we at the Wescoe are eagerly awaiting your return … we’ve missed you!
Don’t forget to insert promo code wescoe10 when booking to receive a 10% discount off the online prices.
See you soon!
For your peace of mind, The Wescoe is VisitEngland accredited for Covid19 safety preparations.
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.