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Have a Titanic Father’s Day on Stanley Dock with Dockers Afternoon Tea


Titanic Hotel Liverpool, set on the historic Stanley Dock, is hosting a Father’s Day menu perfect for Dads across the North West.

We spoke to Andrew Lancel, who’s best known for his roles in Coronation Street and The Bill, and currently starring in The Sound of Music across the UK. Andrew and his son Isaac sampled the Father’s Day special Afternoon Tea, which is ’Beefed up’ especially for Dads. 

The Titanic Hotel is offering a ‘two options, no nonsense’ menu for Dad’s to enjoy, whilst spending some quality time with family members. The menu offers a three course lunch option for £27.50 or a Dockers Afternoon Tea, for £22.50. Both options are available from 12pm – 5pm on Sunday 19th June. The Afternoon Tea menu is packed with Dad favourites, from Fish and Chip Pots, Sausage Rolls and Breaded Scotch Eggs, to Blackberry and Apple Crumble Tart and Chocolate and Cherry Trifle. 

Titanic’s placement on the Stanley Dock makes it a unique and historic setting to spend Father’s Day. The Grade II 19th Century North Warehouse was designed by Jesse Hartley, and built in 1855. It was named in recognition of the city’s connection to the famous liner, as well as its links to the Titanic Visitor Centre in Belfast. 

Booking is essential to treat your Dad this Father’s Day, visit Titanic Hotel Liverpool’s website for more details: www.titanichotelliverpool.com


WIN – Titanic Hotel are treating one lucky Dad on Father’s Day with a free Dockers afternoon tea for him and four people. Simply RT or SHARE this post on @TheGuideLpool twitter of Facebook to be in with a chance.

Winner will be selected at random on Friday 17th June and announced on The Guide Liverpool’s twitter & Facebook pages that afternoon. 



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