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Leasowe Castle Hotel

Welcome to Leasowe Castle Hotel, a historic gem nestled along the tranquil seaside.  Originally constructed in 1593 by Ferdinand, 5th Earl of Derby, our castle boasts a rich heritage dating back centuries.


15 minutes' drive from the bustling city centre of Liverpool, we're set against the picturesque backdrop of the seafront, it provides a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.


Indulge in exquisite dishes prepared with locally sourced ingredients. For those seeking leisurely pursuits, we're just a stone's throw away from a stunning links golf course, inviting guests to enjoy a round of golf amidst breathtaking scenery.


Also the perfect place to stay over after a Liverpool or Everton FC home game. Whether you're here for a peaceful getaway or a memorable event, Leasowe Castle Hotel promises an unforgettable experience.


Built  by Ferdinand, the 5th Earl of Derby, second heir to the English throne and 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 has been a hotel ever since. The castle is full of old artefacts and history, come check it out for yourself! 

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"Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.”

A wise human being

“In a world where everything is rushed, a hotel stay is a chance to slow down and savour the moment.” 

An even wiser human being

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