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Devonshire House Hotel

L7 9LD

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The Devonshire House Hotel is located just one mile from the M62 and 2 kilometres from Liverpool city centre. The impressive Georgian building is set in one and a half acres of landscaped gardens. Our staff are a professional team ready to cater to your individual requirements. Our aim is to provide you with the perfect venue for your business or social event. The Cavendish Suite, overlooked by a minstrel's gallery from where music is provided, recreates the ambiance of the Georgian era. The Conference Centre with an extensive range of conference facilities caters for 5 to 300 delegates ensuring every comfort for all delegates. There are 7 different sized conference rooms, each different to cater for specific needs.

You can have your wedding and reception here, and your guests can stay at the hotel with special discounted rates. There is complimentary accommodation for the bride and groom on the wedding night and there is plenty of car parking spaces for you and your guests.
We have a number of on-site facilities including our Four Seasons restaurant, lounge bar and public house.
Alternatively, the lounge bar is the perfect place for you to relax and enjoy a drink or lighter snack.
The public house at the front of the site remains a favourite with our guests. We do have non-smoking rooms available on request* *subject to availability

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