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Leasowe Castle Hotel

Location pin

Leasowe, Wirral, CH46 3RF - 

  • Users

    Up to
    350 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Leasowe Castle Hotel is a stunning venue with extensive facilities. The castle is a unique grade II listed building overlooking the stunning Wirral coastline and Leasowe golf course.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 250

Dining

Dining

up to 220

Theatre

Theatre

up to 350

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 80

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 150

Classroom

Classroom

up to 180

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Natural light

Natural light

Table / chairs included

Table / chairs included

Premises parking

Premises parking

Heating

Heating

Stage

Stage

Tea

Tea

Audio & visual

WiFi

WiFi

Flipchart

Flipchart

Sound system

Sound system

Space rules

Allowed events

wedding

Wedding ceremony licence

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Location

Reviews

  • Saladbatch

    April 2024

    Decided to pop into the wreckers bar for a cheeky drink on Saturday afternoon, the atmosphere was buzzing and we really enjoyed ourselves mainly thanks to the barman Kev, he was really friendly and welcoming . Very attentive, making sure we always had a drink in hand, and he was very funny with lots of cheeky banter. He made the afternoon well worth the visit! 100% will be going again, great location that will be lovely in the summer. Thanks for a great afternoon Kev ! Excellent host!

  • Rebecca L

    March 2024

    Do not stay here if you want a peaceful stay and good night’s sleep! We stayed recently for two nights as my uncle’s memorial service was being held nearby. On night 1, there was an event that we had not been told about. My room had been “upgraded” to a superior sea view, which happened to be right next door to the event venue (it adjoins the reception area on the first floor). The music went on until close to midnight. I called at about 9.30 to ask when it would be stopping, and if there were any other rooms in less noisy parts of the hotel. There weren’t! After this, the volume of the music increased and when I called back again to ask if it could be turned down they said they would ask but nothing changed. It was so loud I could have sung along if I wasn’t so tired. At breakfast, two of our party had to wait about 10 minutes for their breakfast after the other three received theirs - and our orders were almost all wrong. The next night there was no event but the hotel staff seemed to think 10pm was an appropriate time to start hammering and moving furniture around in the event venue, presumably tidying up from the night before - so another night of disturbed rest. At breakfast the next day we did receive our food at vaguely the same time but again all of our orders were wrong. Overall I would not recommend staying here and I will not be coming back.

  • Steve Harrison

    June 2024

    I'd be very wary about booking to stay here. When trying to book online you cannot read the Terms and Conditions link provided when trying to book. The page doesn't exist. When you arrive to stay they then advise you that you need to pay a £200 deposit. You need to try and find this by searching their website which I must say is awful. This will only appear if you enter into a search engine Leasowe castle hotel Terms and Conditions. Never in my life have I had to do that much digging to try and find the information. I have stayed in hotels in various continents the world over too. I also noted that you cannot view their privacy policy when trying to book too. They expect the client just to tick the box without knowing what they are doing with your information. Why if I am a UK resident do they need to take a photocopy of my passport? When I have been in hotels in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia only on a few occasions have I ever been asked to supply this. I'd be very wary as when questioned why they require this you are met with hotel policy. Which is fine if you can read it before you stay. In the days when your details are easily sold on the dark web I'd avoid this place like the plague.

  • Laura Murad-Collie

    June 2024

    Avoid at all costs. The lack of customer service is appalling. We informed the hotel 48 hours before check in, via telephone and email, that I had Covid. However the hotel insisted that we would be a “no-show” and charged us a penalty fee of 150 pounds. We asked them whether they would have preferred us to infect the hotel but still received the same reply. We tried to escalate the matter to the reservations director who refused to talk to us or reply to our emails. We have stayed at hotels all around the world and have never been treated in such an abysmal manner. A word of advice: DO NOT go to this hotel.

  • DiSTICorp

    April 2024

    Do you want to sleep? Don’t stay here. After traveling for hours and being exhausted my colleague and I were booked to stay here. We had been very much looking forward to the experience. There was a wedding going on downstairs which seemed nice, but it wasn’t in the end. Bar was packed so we had to leave to get food somewhere else. Not that big of a deal. But when my bedroom walls rattled with bass from the music below well past midnight it became too much. I called to see if her room was any better. It wasn’t. She rang downstairs a few times before someone picked up and she explained our problem. We were so tired and I don’t think our expectations were unreasonable. Upstairs a half-hour later from that call and it’s still going on. Clearly a great place for an obnoxious party - not for sleep or relaxation.