We are delighted to throw open the doors of our 19th century manor house to you, our exclusive manor house accommodation is usually only reserved for our wedding couples and their guests; however we are delighted to be able to open up the house for members of the general public to book and experience our beautiful manor house for themselves.
Come and experience the former home of Lord Leverhulme, on arrival you will drive though our Gatehouse and enter through the front door of the house, where you will be greeted by our butler who will arrange for your luggage to be taken up to your bedroom. Your bedroom will display your own name on the door so you can feel like Lord or Lady of the manor. We invite you to take a stroll in the Rose garden and grounds in the afternoon or head for a walk at Thurstaston beach or into the local village of Heswall.
On your return head up to your bedroom and get ready for an evening of delicious, locally sourced food and fine wine. You will be served a three course menu in our beautiful Dining Room, after which you could choose to enjoy a nightcap in the French Room and relax on the comfortable sofas and take in all of the antique furnishings.
After retiring to your bedroom fall into a sumptuous, kingsize bed for a night of blissful sleep. The following morning join us in the Dining Room again for a scrumptious Full English breakfast. When you check out we will bid you a fond farewell at the door and wish you a safe onward journey. If you are looking for any information on the local area and maybe somewhere to visit before heading home, might we suggest a visit to Liverpool, historic Chester or Port Sunlight. We also have 6 local golf courses including Royal Liverpool & Hoylake, and Cheshire Oaks Shopping village all nearby.
Social distancing and other guidelines in line with current regulations will be in place.
Prices from £140*per person
*Upgrades are available.
Available on the following dates:
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