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Did you play Disney Princess when you were younger? I sure did. I guarantee, this is the ideal spot for making that playtime fantasy a real life experience. I’ve found for you a stay in a stunning castle that dates back to the 16th century, and as it’s so close to Liverpool city centre you can really make the best of both worlds here.

Grab a fancy castle staycation

About 12km from Liverpool city centre, you’ll find 4* Leasowe Castle, (4/5 on TripAdvisor) a refined hotel that’s in a renovated building from the 16th century. The hotel overlooks Liverpool Bay, and it’s the perfect serene getaway location. The hotel’s building may be from the 1500s but its modern decor and timeless elegance is the perfect backdrop for your stay. There’s not a thing to worry about, as you’re treated to a fabulous 20% discount on food and drinks in the hotel. That will make dinner plans a lot easier to make, huh? Pair that with a free and delicious breakfast in the hotel the morning following your stay.

I found this lovely staycation over on Voyage Prive so do be sure that you book with them directly. Remember that after clicking the link you have to create a Voyage Prive account if you do not have one already, and then sign in to view the deal!


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