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Leasowe Castle Hotel
Leasowe Road


CH46 3RF | View map
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Leasowe Castle Hotel is an original Castle which was built 400 years ago by Ferdinand, second heir to the throne, it was converted into a hotel in 1982.

The original entrance and coat of arms, mounting stone for horsemen and winding staircase to the old tower are still intact.

The Castle is situated on the sea front and most rooms have superb views over the ocean and Leasowe Golf Course, which is also on our doorstep.

The old charm and character along with friendly, personal service makes Leasowe Castle an ideal location for any occasion.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 45
Number Ensuite: 45
Nearest Airport: Liverpool

Price per Room:

Price Includes: English Breakfast & VAT
Double: £95 - Triple room - £112.50
Twin: £95
Single: £80
Suite: £175 - With Four-poster & Spa bath
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Name: Portcullis Restaurants
Cuisine: International Cuisine
Chef: Rob Moore

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January & February cheap rates
£39.50 in a Single Room and £49.50 in a Double/Twin Room, inclusive of full English breakfast & Vat.
Subject to availability and must be booked direct with the hotel.

Offers posted Fri 3rd Dec 2010

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