We are situated in North Central Blackpool, very close to the Tower, North Pier and
Town Centre, but in a relatively peaceful spot! The sea is just across the road!
Shops and cafes are along the Promenade or nearby on Dickson Road. There are a number
of pubs, clubs and eateries in nearby Queen Street. An easy walk along the Promenade
or Dickson Road will take you to the town centre shops, clubs and entertainments.
Regular trams from Cocker Square, go south to Pleasure Beach, or northwards to Cleveleys
Head towards the centre of Blackpool. The best route by car is to follow 'central
parking areas' along Yeadon Way, ignoring turn-offs for north shore and south shore.
Once on the seafront head north away from the Pleasure Beach. Coming along the Promenade
from the Tower, you will pass the North Pier and the Metropole Hotel, which used
to be a Butlins hotel, on the left. The road here is running along the path of the
tramlines. Sunny-Dee's is only a little way up from here, at the end of a block which
starts with a tall, white building - Regent Court. We are on the right hand side,
facing the sea, next to the Stretton Hotel, just before the junction with Cocker
Street near Cocker Square. A useful landmark on Cocker Square, set back from the
road is Liberty’s Hotel & Alabama Show Bar.
Ask for 'Sunny-Dee's Holiday Flats, 216 North Prom, just before Cocker Square. We
are a 5 minute walk from Blackpool North Railway Station.
Ask for "Cocker Square". Trams run regularly along the seafront to Blackpool Pleasure
Beach, the top free tourist attraction in the UK, welcoming over 7 million visitors
annually. There's something for everyone, with over 145 rides and attractions including
one of the greatest selections of roller coasters anywhere on the planet.
We have some parking space available at the rear for a maximum of two small to medium
cars at the owner's risk. Please enquire at the time of booking for availability.
Access to the rear is first right from Cocker Street into General Street then first
right again by ‘Jean's Pantry’. There is a very reasonably priced public car park
at Banks Street, patrolled and with CCTV surveillance only a few minutes' walk from
Sunny-Dee's. There are 2 pay and display car parks round the corner in Cocker Square
and also some free on road parking in front of the shops there.