Dalmeny Hotel

PUBLISHED: 16:45 08 August 2013 | UPDATED: 12:59 27 August 2013

Dalment Hotel

Dalment Hotel


The Dalmeny occupies a prime location on the main promenade in the Victorian seaside resort of St Annes on Sea, overlooking the pier, promenade gardens and safe, sandy beach.

The town centre is a mere five minutes walk away, featuring a myriad of shops, bars and restaurants, and pavement cafes, whereas the bright lights of Blackpool are just five miles away. A regular bus service is available within a few minutes walk of the hotel. This is truly a hotel for all seasons offering a wide variety of family entertainment and childrens activities throughout the weekends and main school holiday periods. There are 125 well furnished rooms, all with en suite facilities, direct dial telephone, multi channel TV, hospitality tray and hairdryer. Children are especially catered for with a fantastic choice of family rooms, adjoining rooms, and family units and apartments capable of accommodating families of up to seven persons.

The on site facilities available are truly amazing. In addition to the variety of accommodation, there are four food outlets, The Carvery, offering traditional family dining, The Patio Caf Bar and terrace for a tasty snack or light lunch, the state of the art Atrium Brasserie and Bar offering a more extensive menu, and Bar Indigo, serving Mediterranean inspired food and a cocktail menu. The Spa is open daily, and includes a 20metre indoor pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, aerobic studio with fitness classes, and a squash court. The award winning Decleor Gold salon offers a comprehensive range of beauty and holistic treatments from our highly trained team of beauty therapists. For a more gentle form of exercise, visit the snooker room or opt for a game of table tennis, or for outdoor pursuits, why not consider a game of golf at one of the prestigious courses which surround the hotel. All types of functions and events can be arranged, from conferences to family parties and weddings.


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