Leverhulme Hotel - Central Road, Port Sunlight Port Sunlight CH62 5EZ
|2.0 miles from Prenton Park||Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £200.0 | Customer rating: 5\6|
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With exeptional boutique bedrooms and tranquil gardens, Leverhulme Hotel also offers a sumptuous fine dining experience and an impressive wine cellar. The hotel is situated in picturesque Port Sunlight, in the beautiful Wirral Peninsula and is an excellent location for visiting both Liverpool and Chester. The chic bedrooms reflect the hotel's art deco style history with handmade beds and luxury linens. Rooms also feature free Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs and the Spanish granite bathrooms have designer toiletries. "Riviera at Leverhulme" Restaurant serves a modern Mediterranean inspired menu, using quality local produce. Combining excellent food with welcoming service a dining experience to remember is ensured. There is a large selection of fine wines, cocktails and premium drinks on offer in the restaurant and throughout the lounges and bar. The emphasis on quality extends to our excellent breakfast. With an extensive continental buffet and freshly prepared cooked breakfasts you will be sure to have a great start to the day. A 24 hour room service menu is also available. Leverhulme Hotel is just a 15-minute drive from historical Chester and lively Liverpool is a 10-minute drive away. The M53 motorway is just 4 miles away. Also within easy reach are Bromborough, Bebington and the Wirral. We also provide free on-site parking at the hotel. Fifteen bedrooms are located in the main house along with six located in our iconic Coach House. All rooms are furnished to the same exacting high standards. Set in the picturesque Garden Village of Port Sunlight on the Wirral peninsula, this grade 2-listed art deco boutique hotel is the very essence of the Contessa genre - a finely tuned blend of classic and contemporary influences that have come together in a stunning hotel than opened to critical acclaim following its restoration in 2008. The building was originally opened in 1907 as a cottage hospital. It formed part of Lord Leverhulme's philanthropic scheme for Port Sunlight, the pioneering estate designed to provide the very best social facilities for his workforce (and their families) at his neighbouring soap works. The village today is recognised as the finest example of its kind in the country. The Hotel, along with the Lady Lever Art Gallery - noted for its fine Wedgewood and Pre-Raphaelites collections - and Port Sunlight Museum form the centrepiece of the Port Sunlight Garden Village today. Together they form a delightful triumvirate of treasures to be savoured and digested. The hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the delights of this fascinating legacy that stemmed from one man's unrivalled vision.