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Sefton Park Hotel: 10 Things You Should Know

Nestled within the 200-acre expanse of Sefton Park, just ten minutes from Liverpool city centre, the Sefton Park Hotel is a beautifully renovated Victorian villa brimming with charm and history.

Curious to learn more? Discover the 10 must-know highlights about the Sefton Park Hotel, from its rich Beatles history to its exquisite event spaces and dining experiences. Read on to uncover what makes this hotel a true Liverpool gem.

1. Beautifully renovated Victorian villa – in a stunning parkland setting

Only ten minutes from Liverpool city centre,  Sefton Park Hotel is a fantastically renovated four storey Victorian villa retaining many period features and character. It is located in 200 acres of Liverpool’s best loved park, Sefton Park, which is home to a boating lake, a band stand and statues of Eros and Peter Pan. The Park is home to the famous Palm House, a fabulous glass panelled building that has been restored to it’s former glory and houses hundreds of exotic floral plantings. A great place to stay if you are attending one of the Sefton Park events and has a stunning outdoor terrace space for pre-event drinks.

2. 16 Ensuite Bedrooms and a self-contained Coach House for six guests

The Sefton Park Hotel houses 16 ensuite bedrooms, including  3 family rooms that sleeps 4 guests, all including tea and coffee making facilities and some with stunning views of Sefton Park. The purpose built Coach House, which sleeps up to six guests has a separate living area with a 65” TV along with a micro wave and a fridge.

3. The perfect wedding venue

The Hotel has a fully licensed wedding venue and is the perfect place to say “I do”. The Lakeside Suite has a purpose-built bar and can accommodate up to 120 for a wedding breakfast. A beautiful marquee attached to the Lakeside Suite, which leads to  an outside terrace space, can accommodate up to 50 guests  with the entire suite boasting a capacity of 200 for an evening reception, party or celebration.  With packages to suit every budget and guest accommodation available it is the perfect venue to make any wedding or celebration magical and memorable. 

Sefton Park Hotel Afternoon Tea
Afternoon Tea

4. The Perfect event space

The versatile Lakeside Suite can be configured to host corporate conferences as well as celebrations.   From product launches to baby showers, anniversaries to company parties the event space has everything you need to make any occasion or celebration a truly wonderful one.

5. Stuarts Bar and Lounge

Stuarts Bar and Lounge at The Sefton Park Hotel is a nod to Beatles bassist Stuart Sutcliffe, whose family  made the venue their home from 1959-1971. Open 7 days a week from Breakfast until late.   Fresh  food is prepared using locally sourced produce and there is a fully licensed bar serving a great selection of of beers, wines and spirits.   

6. Vintage Afternoon Tea

The Sefton Park Hotel serves  a mouth-watering traditional afternoon tea in the lounge overlooking 200 acres of breathtaking parkland. Enjoy Liverpool’s most decadent British favourite which is lovingly homemade in-house and served on a collection of the prettiest boutique Bone China. 

The afternoon tea includes 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. Alternatively add a glass of prosecco for only £22.95 per person. The culinary experience can be enjoyed in the hotels dining room, or alfresco on the recently refurbished and beautifully planted terrace in the shadows of the historic building which overlooks the Sefton Park boating lake.

Sefton Park Hotel Terrace
Sefton Park Hotel Terrace

7. Sunday Roast

As traditional Sunday Roasts go, Sefton Park Hotel serves a fantastic home-cooked favourite. Tables are available to book from 12-7pm every Sunday to enjoy and a roast of your choice served with all the trimmings. Guests can enjoy 2 courses for £19.95 or 3 courses for £24.95, with children’s menu’s available for £8.95 (including ice-cream and soft drinks). Mains include a choice of Roast Sirloin of Beef, Roast Chicken Supreme and are served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, creamy mash, roasted parsnips and carrots and a selection of seasonal green vegetables and of course home-made gravy!  Save room for a pudding, as a selection of delicious desserts are also on the men. To book a table call 0151 727 7380.

8. Stunning Terrace with Horse Box Bar

If you enjoy alfresco drinks and dining, Sefton Park Hotel has the most stunning outside terrace complete with fully stocked Horse Box Bar. With seating for 100 guests, beautiful seasonal planting and panoramic views of the park it is a stunning spot to relax and unwind and take in the views of the park. Tables can be pre-booked by calling 0151 727 7380.

9. The perfect place to stay

Whether you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy the calmness of the 200 acre Sefton Park, or fancy enjoying  one of Liverpool’s most popular bustling locations Lark Lane, noted for it’s café’s, bars, boutiques, music venues and bistros, frequently voted one of Liverpool’s coolest hidden gems.  Sefton Park Hotel is walking distance from both! If you are attending an event at The Palm House, where better to round off your evening than a stroll across the park.

10. Beatles memorabilia

The Hotel now houses an impressive collection of  Beatles memorabilia including some stunning photography taken by Stuart’s fiancee Astrid Kircherr.  If you are a Beatles fan, you need to check out the extensive collection of previously unseen collectables, including photographs, guitars, hand written letters and so much more.  And, you can say that you have actually stayed in a former Beatles family home!

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Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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