Belleva | Peaceful Romantic Guest House | 7 Heavenly Rooms | New to Blackpool
7 Artisan Bedrooms or Suites | Room Only | Optic Fiber Broadband | Contactless Check in and Out | Communal TV Lounge | Bespoke Present Options for Rooms on Arrival | Handmade Gift Shop | Central to All Main Attractions | Sustainable | Supporting Local Community | Fundraising Participants | Zen | Open Thursday to Monday
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Belleva House Blackpool
Belleva House | Blackpool. A Romantic Villa Guest House, born through the chaos of lockdown - an experiential sanctuary of eclectic findings - blending salvaged and the new, where opulence greets affordability with love. I am 'inconsistently' passionate to each unique space. Freedom by design. Believing if you tease a room with stuff you love, hate or are simply intrigued by it will come alive as one bohemian family.
Belleva with Love . X
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Suites and Bedrooms
Belleva on St Chads Road Blackpool offer a choice of seven modern suites and bedrooms, with private, luxurious en-suites or bathrooms. We believe our bedrooms which are now available to reserve, offer a range of style and comfort, catering for those who like something very special with all of today's new expectations. Each of our rooms have been individually designed with attention to detail using salvaged and new materials. Whilst affording the best in essentials and technology.
Belleva House is located on St Chads Road (a one way street) in the heart of South Shore Blackpool and can be accessed from Lytham Road. Belleva is a few minutes walk from Bloomfield Road Stadium which also has plenty of public parking. Two other (smaller) monitored car parks can be found next to St Cuthbert's Church on Lytham Road and the street running parallel next to ours 'Crystal Road.' We do not have private parking. South Shore train station is a 15 minute walk (about 3 minutes in a taxi) North Shore train station is a 35 minute walk (about 5 minutes in a taxi).
If you seek a space by the sea to spend with your creative self, Why not bring your equipment and/or favourite paints or pencils and sketch board to Belleva and use our peaceful chill out lounge. Craft to your hearts content, without chaos. This is a free of charge facility. The room is secure and you can keep your materials in our lounge, quite safely over night. We are just 200 yards from the beach. So use your time to gain insights from the sea shore before returning to Belleva to convey your natural soul purpose. Fee tea and coffee plus herbal teas.
We may even have a few surprise street artists show up without notice. It does happen here.
Artists are welcome to use our space to show case their work and that includes our bedrooms. We are here to help and we listen.
Soap and Wax Bar
Exclusive to Guests Belleva are proud of their very own craft bar, selling a natural range of eco friendly, complexed, aromatic wax melts made with the finest ingredients. Also hand poured soaps using a rich creamy, lanolin free base. Made with coconut and plant based ingredients and rich in glycerine. We are fully licensed to create our own range of soaps and bath fizz. Our melts are CLP compliant. Plus we also sell our own new range of soy candles. Most popular of all is our guests arrange our handmade soaps, melts and bath fizz for gifts to their room to show their loved ones how much they care. We love to make our visitors feel special with something niche and made with love.
Things to Do
I have compiled a list of places in and around Blackpool that I have tried out or has been recommended. There's always new venues popping up so if you become a guest please let me know and we can add your findings too! Belleva do not offer food or a bar. Instead we welcome guests to use our lounge space to enjoy takeaways and deliveries. (Providing cutlery and plates plus a plethora of menus). There's always things to do in Blackpool. To include watching the sunsets and strolling down the prom. The annual illuminations from September to January and of course the three piers - each offering something unique. The square at Church Street is great to sit and people watch with plenty of eateries off side streets. To include Birley Street, well known for it's cafe's. Real Lancashire food. Naughty but nice. You're on holiday!