Leasowe Castle has welcomed a new general manager as part of the venue’s on-going transformation.
With more than 40 years in the hospitality sector, Mike Dewey has joined the team at the Wirral-based castle ahead of a company-wide rebrand, following a £3 million refurbishment.
Dewey, 59, brings with him a wealth of industry experience thanks to his impressive career history, which has seen him at a number of high profiled hotels across the north-west.
He said: “What originally attracted me to Leasowe Castle was the venue’s unrivalled historic charm and heritage, which certainly sets the castle far apart from its competition around the region.
“The venue offered me a totally unique opportunity and I look forward to utilising my knowledge and expertise in its day to day running from this point.
“Following the investment to refurbish the interior, we are set to unveil a major rebrand in the coming weeks and I will be leading the team as we move towards a new chapter for our 500-year-old castle.
“It’s certainly an exciting time for myself, our staff and for all of our guests.”
Dewey joins Leasowe Castle following a notable nine-year stint at Liverpool’s exclusive Hard Days Night Hotel, which saw him successfully manage the hotel from the day of its launch.