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Hillbark Hotel
4 star

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The Hillbark Hotel is the perfect choice for business gatherings and conferences, with a selection of meeting rooms and full facilities available.

The nature of the building means that full flexibility is possible for any event, be it a board meeting, product launch or conference. The Hillbark offers a luxury hard-walled marquee which accommodates up to 800 theatre style.

All food is prepared by our Executive Chef and team, ensuring the highest quality at all times.

Rolls-Royce & Bentley motor cars are available to collect guests from airports and rail stations. The M53 motorway is just minutes away, as are world class golf courses including the Royal Liverpool at Hoylake, host of the 2006 British Open.

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Nestling in the heart of the beautiful Wirral peninsula, just 15 minutes yet a million miles away from vibrant Liverpool, Capital of Culture 2008, this magnificent Grade II listed hotel provides the finest luxury coupled with discreet yet friendly service from the resident owners and their team.

Set in 250 acres of beautiful parkland and overlooking the scenic Dee estuary across to the hills of North Wales, Hillbark’s character appearance hides a fascinating history.

The house was originally built in 1891 (on Bidston Hill in Birkenhead) for the soap manufacturer Robert William Hudson. Germany’s Crown Prinz Wilhelm was so impressed with the house that in 1913 he built a copy for himself in Potsdam the famous Potsdam Agreement at the end of World War 2 was signed there. Hillbark was sold in 1921 to Sir Ernest Royden and in 1928 was moved to its present site, brick by brick, finally being completed in 1931.

The house contains a variety of interesting features the Great Hall has a 1527 Jacobean fireplace from Sir Walter Raleigh’s house, a set of William Morris stained glass windows and a pair of 13th century church screen doors, the library was originally in a stately home in Gloucestershire, and the Yellow Room restaurant contains a magnificent 1795 Robert Adam fire surround.

INFORMATION

NEAREST MAJOR TOWN
Liverpool

NEAREST AIRPORT
Liverpool Airport

DELEGATE CAPACITY
maximum delegate capacity 800 theatre style.

MINIMUM NUMBER OF DELEGATES
4

CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT
Contact us for further details.

8 HR DAY DELEGATE RATE
£TBA

24 HR DELEGATE RATE
£TBA

EN-SUITE ACCOMMODATION
Contact us for further details.

ROOM FACILITIES
TBC

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