Moorbank House B&B in Blackpool

  •  Double Rooms from £42 per night

    Family Rooms from £62 per night

    All With Breakfast and Parking Included

    What More Could You ask for From a B&B in Blackpool

    Discount’s Available for Longer Stays. Please Check Availability.

    Double Rooms £40 per night Family Rooms £65 per night B&B in Blackpool
  • We consider ourselves a speciality Family B&B in Blackpool quite simply as we have so many rooms for families.


     Check our prices – We consider ourselves one of the cheapest b&bs in Blackpool


    Family Rooms from £65 Per Night Including Breakfast.


    Moorbank House Your Perfect Family Bed and Breakfast in Blackpool



    Moorbank House Your Perfect Family Bed and Breakfast in Blackpool
  • Near Blackpool Pleasure Beach, South Pier and the Sandcastle Water Park are 5 Minutes Walk Away.


    Tower and North Pier 20 – 25 Minutes Walk or a short Blackpool Tram Ride .


    Tram Stops at Waterloo Road and South Pier 2 Minutes Walk.

    Near Blackpool Pleasure Beach and All Attractions
  • Perfect for Families


    Family Rooms For upto 5 Persons

    Interconnecting Family Rooms Available


    Rooms for families of all sizes from £65 per night including breakfast.

    Family Rooms for upto 5 Persons
  • For That Extra Special Romantic Break in Blackpool.


    4 Poster and Kingsize Superior Rooms from £52.00 per night.



    4 Poster and Kingsize Superior Rooms
  •  Much of Blackpool’s holiday accommodation areas are  subject to street parking restrictions and double yellow lines.


    Parking can be difficult to Find

    Moorbank House Provides Free Parking For Guests at Our B&B



    Free Parking For Guests at Our B&B
Kathy and Ken look forward to welcoming you to Moorbank House B&B which is located right in the heart of South Shore Blackpool, a short walk from all the main Blackpool attractions.
Moorbank House is a Visit Britain 3 Star Accredited 12 bedroom family friendly licensed Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Blackpool. We are within a stone’s throw of the World famous Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the Sandcastle Water Park complex, South Pier with all its attractions and the famous wide and sandy beach.
Nearest tram stops are South Pier and Waterloo Road just a short walk away. Trams to central Blackpool attractions take only a few minutes or a leisurely walk along the brand new and picturesque promenade will take you from this part of South Shore to Blackpool Tower in a few Minutes.

Moorbank House bed & breakfast isn't located on the Promenade but in Moore Street which is just behind the Queens and Viking Hotel's on the seafront. Moore Street does have a few small hotels but is mostly residential and whilst we cannot offer sea views we also do not have the traffic noise and exhaust pollution which comes with the very busy main road which is Blackpool's seafront and the Golden Mile. Close enough to enjoy all the advantages but far enough away to escape the noise and hustle and bustle.

Moorbank House B and B Blackpool can provide a choice of spacious and modern accommodation all tastefully decorated. The entire guest house has been completely refurbished and all rooms are provided with private bathrooms all equipped with a shower. Each room comes with its own tea and coffee hospitality tray which is re-filled daily, toiletries and flat screen televisions all with the latest Freeview channels. We also have 4 poster and King-size bedrooms for those more romantic breaks with a bed and breakfast feel. We are also able to offer some ground floor rooms which may be ideal for guests who are disabled but have some limited mobility and who cannot manage stairs. (Please see our access statement for a detailed description of the layout of Moorbank House.) This should let you decide if our ground floor accommodation is suitable for you.

Check out our Around Moorbank House page for details on restaurants, cafe's, pubs and bars, fast food outlets,shopping and of course the main visitor attractions all within a few minutes walk from Moorbank House.

South Shore Attractions

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool pleasure beach is probably still the nations favourite tourist attraction, great value for an all day family fun with a great new pricing structure for 2014 which everyone is bound to like. Everyone knows it as a theme park with the scary roller coasters but it is also home of the stylish and articulate Hot Ice Show and some other great shows through the season including High Jinx Magic, trickery and illusion which is bound to impress and Ken Webster the magnificent comedy hypnotist and a marvel at audience interaction who is bound to have you in stitches.

Sandcastle Water Park

The Sandcastle Water Park is the largest indoor water park in the UK so plenty of room for everyone. It was built on the site of the old South Shore open air baths the venue for many a beauty contest such as the Miss UK and Mr Universe of yesteryear presided over by Eric Morley of Mecca. Set in a a tropical paradise of 80+ degrees and with more than 18 water slides and other attractions there is more than enough to keep you and the kids happy for more than a few hours. Only a few minutes walk from Moorbank House across the road from Blackpool Pleasure Beach and next to South Pier.

South Pier Blackpool

South Pier lies at the end of Station Road South Shore and is within spitting distance of both the main entrances for the Sandcastle Water Park and Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Built in 1893 Victoria pier as it was known is actually the youngest of the 3 Blackpool piers. Traditional Victorian in it's architecture it has been thoughtfully modernised to reflect what the 21st family needs for entertainment. Home to the Adrenaline Zone which is a sort of reverse bungee jump over the waves of the Irish Sea it is enough to leave even the strongest stomach in bits. South Pier is also a family favourite for the traditional fairground rides with a Log Flume, Waltzers and Ghost Train just to name a few. Mums and dads can relax with a drink in the popular Laughing Donkey Bar watching the kids take part in the organised children's entertainment or play the slots in the popular penny arcades.

Blackpool Modern but Traditional

Blackpool has been re-invented. The 21st Century Version is not what older people who have visited in the 80’s or 90’s will remember and the best thing about it is it has done it without losing its traditional British seaside resort charm.

Always the holder of the title ‘Britain’s favourite seaside resort Blackpool is not resting on its laurels or taking that distinction for granted it is continually looking to develop its existing attractions and introduce new ones. Illuminasia a brand new indoor attraction for 2014 and beyond has been opened in the Olympia suite in the Winter Gardens. The last two or three years have seen Nickelodeon land opened in the Pleasure Beach and Merlin taking over both Madame Tussauds, the Sea life Centre and Blackpool Tower re-inventing the attractions with well-worn concepts such as the Dungeons and the Tower glass walk of faith.

But not to fear all the old favourites have been retained. Fish and chips on a windy or sunny promenade (we all know what the weather is like and how it can change on a sixpence), the music with the children’s laughter and strange machine noises springing from the various coin slot arcades, donkeys on the beach, horse and carts (known as landaus) plying their trade up and down the Golden Mile, the Victorian piers all are still here. Blackpool still has that edge and more arcades and attractions than anywhere else in the UK and certainly more than you can shake a stick at.

Blackpool owes its place in history due to the shift to industrialisation in the northern mill cities in the 19th Century. Workers who had been drawn into the cities from working on the land suddenly found they had disposable income which they needed to spend. The railway came to the town and the wakes weeks were born, the working family built Blackpool on the foundation of their holidays all those years ago and to think, if they hadn’t come the Tower, the piers even the Pleasure Beach none of it would have been built, Blackpool wouldn’t be the town it is today but let’s not forget it is that heritage which makes Blackpool what it is. Kiss me quick hats knotted hankies, sticks of rock which are bad for your teeth this town has seen it all. There will be things, new attractions it will see in the future none of us can imagine at the moment and rumours of a huge indoor snow dome (how different is that?) on the car-park behind the police station keep doing the rounds as does talk of a mega casino. Will they come? Who knows what we do know is Blackpool will be different again in 10 years’ time attractions will come and go but the charm and traditional values of Blackpool will always be here.

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It has been announced this morning that Cats the Musical will be the premier summer show for 2015 at Blackpool Opera House (Winter Gardens). Running from Thursday 9th July to Sunday 6th September 2015 tickets go on sale this morning Friday 13th March 2015. They can be purchased by following this … Continue Reading