How Rainhill Hall Will Look When Converted To Hotel And Wedding Venue

The latest image of how Rainhill Hall will look when converted to a hotel and wedding venue has been revealed.

Previously known as Loyola Hall, it was built in 1824 by landowner Bartholomew Bretherton and went on to become one of the most significant religious sites in the area. The building was sold to the Society of Jesus, commonly known as the Jesuits, in 1923. The hall was used by them as a spiritual retreat. They vacated the hall in 2014.

Signature Living purchased the Hall in 2017. Signature Living are one of the most prolific property developers in Liverpool. The privately owned group , founded by Chairman Lawrence Kenwright and his wife Katie Kenwright, employ over 830 people across its businesses in Liverpool and in August of this year will celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Lawrence Kenwright said, “With 18 acres of woodland, and Hansel and Gretel tree houses for a unique accommodation experience, this will give Signature Living a totally new approach to how we give our guests a unique experience.”

The expanding group also reached a landmark in January 2018 with news that the Signature Living Group has developed and now owns over 1 million square feet of property in Liverpool alone and a further 500,000 square feet in other parts of the UK.

As well as developments in Liverpool, the company is now planning sites in Manchester, Preston, Cardiff and Belfast.

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