All our rooms, which are decorated to a high standard, double glazed, and centrally heated offer:

Room Facilities:

1f6bf Bedrooms Private ensuite facilities including toliet/shower/basin.
1f6cc Bedrooms Modern furniture.
1f5a5 Bedrooms Wall mounted digital freeview TV’s.
1f698 Bedrooms Free car parking.
1f454 Bedrooms Iron & Ironing Board. 
1f4e1 Bedrooms FREE Wireless internet (Wi-Fi).
1f481-1f3fc-200d-2640-fe0f Bedrooms Hairdryer.
267b Bedrooms Paper recycling.
2615 Bedrooms Hot Chocolate/Tea/Coffee making facilities
1f6c0-1f3fb Bedrooms Towels/Face Cloth 
🚭 Non Smoking/Vaping
1f468-1f3fb-200d-1f692 Bedrooms L2 Fire alarm System*
1f6bd Bedrooms Selection of Toiletries.
1f4a7 Bedrooms All bathrooms have 3″ lever basin taps for easy grip
1f511 Bedrooms Your own keys to come and go as you wish 

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Bedroom Descriptions

Room 1 – A lovely front facing bedroom with plenty of natural light courtesy of 2 windows including a bay window which allows extra floor space for use of our travel cot. This room consists of one double and one single bed so can be ideally used for a family of 3 or 4 (with cot) or as a twin room.

Room 2 – One single bed, making this room best for short/long term workers, contractors or conference delegates.

Rooms 3, 4 & 6 – These rooms each have a double bed. Discount offered for ‘single person in a double room’.

Rooms 5 – This room contains one double and one single bed again being supreme for families of 3 or can be used as a twin room (ie. 2 people wishing to sleep in separate beds in the same room).

Room 7 – Our large family room with one double & one single bed along with room for travel cot.

While Lynmoore Guest House does not claim to have the cheapest family rooms in Blackpool, you can be assured that you will enjoy a warm welcome from host Mark who will always ensure your stay in in Blackpool is one of the most comfortable you have ever experienced.


Q. Who owns Lynmoore Guest House?

A. The owner of Lynmoore Guest House is called Mark and 2020 marks the end of his 18th season in Blackpool. He originally moved here in April 2003 with his partner Lynn who sadly passed away in July 2015.

Q. Why doesn’t Lynmoore offer breakfast anymore? I can see reviews from years gone by that you did offer a superb full English Breakfast.

A. Great Question! As stated in the last answer, my partner Lynn passed away in 2015 and I took the decision to run the guest house solo which means now I cater on a ‘room only’ basis. Sorry, breakfast is no longer offered here. This is great for those who actually like to have a lie in on their holidays!

Q. Free car parking is such a bonus when I book a Blackpool Guest House, what can Lynmoore offer?

A. Lynmoore guest house has free on street car parking. Mark leaves his own car on the street and if there are no spaces on the street when you arrive then just give me a knock. I can move my car and you quickly nip into that space. Failing that, there is three off street spaces at the back of house.

Although secure parking is never offered, there is the added benefit of external perimeter CCTV for peace of mind.

Q.  Blackpool is well known for having too many cheap guest houses which are very shabby looking and have lacked investment over the years.  Lynmoore Guest House appears to be one of those affordable places to stay near Blackpool Beach but how can I be sure that your establishment is clean and tidy? 

A. Let me assure you that Lynmoore is a very clean and modern place to stay.  Rooms are regularly refurbished to ensure 100% cleanliness. 

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All three piers are reopening on Monday, including the amusement rides, games stalls and outdoor bars!

Which pier is your favourite? Blackpool North Pier, Blackpool Central Pier or Blackpool South Pier?

Find out what else will be opening from Monday here:
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North peir, got something for everyone, familys mostly! Which is needed,if Southport did this it would be amazing! Used to do it but last time we went no where to go at night for families!

Looking forward to august

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Blackpool is on the telly! 📺

In today’s episode of Blue Peter, presenter Mwaksy heads to Blackpool SEA LIFE centre to wade with sharks and rays to collect their eggs.

Tune in at 5pm on CBBC or catch up on BBC iPlayer, available to download for 30 days.
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We’re sorry to announce that Blackpool Air Show 2021 has been cancelled.

Despite the gradual easing of lockdown measures, we feel that there is still too much uncertainty relating to the staging of mass events during the summer months, making it incredibly difficult to plan ahead.

We know it’s not the news you all want to hear. However, Blackpool Air Show will be back and we have already made provisional arrangements for the 2022 event to be staged over the weekend of August 6 and 7, so make sure you mark it in your calendar! 📅

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We’re excited to announce that be will be opening our gates once again on Monday 12th April 2021. Tickets are on sale now and if you are planning to visit, don’t forget all visitors must book online to guarantee entry and there are still restrictions in place to keep everyone safe here including:

🦁 We are not allowed to open indoor viewing areas in animal houses or the indoor seating area in the cafe.
🦆 As indoor areas are closed, please check the weather forecast before you visit and come prepared. ☂️☀️❄️
🦍 We are required to ask every visitor aged 16 and over to scan the NHS QR code using their NHS COVID-19 app or provide their name and contact details.
🐘 We have manned queuing systems at peak times to ensure social distancing can be maintained in popular areas.
🐒 The main gift shop is open with limited numbers.
😷 Face coverings are mandatory* in all indoor areas of the zoo that are open.
6️⃣ The Rule of 6 applies: we welcome groups of up to 6 people or 2 households*.
🐦 Lemur Wood and Rainbow Landings remain closed and all in-person talks, feeds and displays are still suspended to prevent large gatherings.
🐈 Our main outdoor play area is open, but all indoor play areas are closed.
🐧 We still advise all visitors and members to book online to guarantee entry as we are reaching our capacity and selling out, especially over good weather weekends. Members can visit from 2.30pm every day without booking.
🤒 Please do not visit the zoo if you are showing any symptoms of COVID-19 or are currently self-isolating.

* Exemptions apply, please visit for more details.
You can find out everything we’re doing to keep our visitors, staff and animals safe here:
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