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With stunning views of the Wirral Estuary this is the ideal location for both a relaxing or an adventure filled break. With so much to do in the area from museums to wakeboarding or just simply enjoy all that the Castle has to offer. Delight in elegant dining in the new Brasserie or Lounge after a spot of golf followed by a great night's sleep in the contemporary bedrooms.
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Sparkling Castle Escape
From £56.50 pppn for a 5 night stay, to £84.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Double room and receive:
- A bottle of Prosecco on arrival
- Three course dinner for two on the first evening (allocation £25 pp)
- Full English breakfast for two daily
- Lazy noon check out
- Dine on additional evenings and receive 20% off wines by the bottle (min spend £25pp)
- Sea View and Four Poster Rooms can be booked subject to availability at £20 prpn and £75 prpn, please call 0333 2125 594 for availability and booking
There are 2 special offers to choose from for this hotel.
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- Stunning location and views of the Estuary
- Contemporary bedrooms
- Choice of restaurants
- Large range of activities in the area including The Beatles, Water sports and zoos
- Wealth of history
- Four local golf clubs
How to find Leasowe Castle
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
Open weekdays from 7am-10am for breakfast (weekends 8 - 10.30) and for evening dining from 5pm - until 9.30pm.
Complimentary parking is available on site
The hotel don't have any adapted bedrooms, however all rooms are accessible via a small lift. 2 bedrooms have wetrooms.
History of the hotel
Leasowe Castle was originally built in 1593 by Ferdinand, 5th Earl of Derby, second heir to the English throne. Named "New Hall", it consisted only of an octagonal tower. The door was about six feet above ground level, for security and protection from high tides; the walls were one metre thick.
After the death of Sir Edward the Castle passed through several members of the family until it became Leasowe Castle Hotel in 1891. It was bought by the trustees of the railway Convalescence Homes in 1910 and except for a short time during the First World War, when it accommodated German prisoners, it was occupied by a Matron, Assistant Matron, Head Gardener, Maintenance Engineer and various catering and domestic staff until to 1970. It again stood derelict as it had some 300 years before; a 20th Century Mock Beggar until in 1982 when it was purchased by a local businessman and restored as one of the finest hotels in Wirral and a conference centre. The Castle is now owned by a private business man who has plans to continue to invest in the venue and a full refurbishment programme is planned that is in keeping with its great history and character.
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