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Sefton Park Hotel is Liverpool’s finest historical hidden gem

Fantastic location, stunning terrace, vintage afternoon tea, the best roast and the Beatles!

One of Liverpool’s finest hidden gems, The Sefton Park Hotel has something for everyone. From its superb location, delectable Afternoon Tea offering and terrace with panoramic views across Sefton Park; to its delicious Sunday Roasts ,multi-functional conference and events space and first-class accommodation, this pretty boutique hotel is bursting with charm and more than its fair share of history.

One of Liverpool’s most individual and well-located hotels, it has everything you need to make any occasion a memorable one.  Whether you are looking for somewhere new to relax and unwind, are planning a celebration or catch with with friends and family, this stunning little gem has undergone a major makeover ready for the busy summer months ahead. The carefully restored Victorian Villa which is spread over three floors,  is only ten minutes from Liverpool city centre and offers guests a peaceful alternative, with enchanting views of the boating lake and beyond across the 200+ acres of Liverpool’s most beloved park

The multi-functional hotel and events space boasts 17 rooms, all with ensuite facilities as well as a self-contained garden coach house which sleeps up to six people.  The lower ground floor houses the recently refurbished function space, including a draped marquee, perfect for weddings, conferences and celebrations for up to 120 for dinner and 200 guests reception style.  The hotel has super-stylish, quirky restaurant which comfortably seats 30 guests and boasts one of Liverpool’s finest Sunday Roasts along with a beautifully curated a la carte menu and dedicated bar area, both of which have views of the parkland beyond.

Their all-new indulgent afternoon tea offering is beautifully presented and packed full of all the traditional afternoon tea favourites including a selection of finger sandwiches, freshly baked fruit scone with clotted cream and strawberry jam, a savoury cheese scone and a delicious array of home-made cakes and delicacies.   The afternoon tea is served with a choice of Earl Grey, English loose-leaf tea, or fresh ginger and mint infusions for £17.95 per person, or go all-out and add a glass of bubbles for just £22.95 per person.

And as we (finally) head into summer, the jewel in the crown of this stunning venue must be the expansive, newly refurbished outdoor terrace which is bursting with seasonal blooms and offers ample seating for up to 120 guests.  The terrace space also boasts its very own, fully stocked horsebox bar, all-weather giant umbrellas and plans to install a pizza oven are well underway.  The ultimate spot to relax, kick-back and watch the world go by!

For history buffs, the hotel also has a rich legacy as it was the family home of the Beatles original bass player, Stuart Sutcliffe from 1959-1971. The owners have lovingly curated an eclectic gallery of photographs and memorabilia throughout the public areas for guests to enjoy and act as a tribute Stuart’s musical influence on the City and beyond.

Whether it is a celebration, get-together, a relaxing break or an alfresco catch up with friends, The Sefton Park Hotel has everything you need to make every occasion unforgettable.

Sefton Park Hotel Should Be Top Of Your List for any occasion!


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