The Langley Hotel, A Country Manor in Buckinghamshire, Opens its Doors to Guests

By Anna Breuer on 4 June 2019
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DSC_3287Marriott International announced the opening of the Langley, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Buckinghamshire.

The new 41-key country manor is located in Langley Park in Buckinghamshire. It occupies two buildings, the historic former hunting lodge of the third Duke of Marlborough and the adjacent 18th-century Brew House.

The hunting lodge was built between 1756 and 1760 and a six-year, multi-million dollar renovation restored the building’s historic, original features. It is home to the three-bedroom Duke of Marlborough suite as well as multiple guest rooms. The Brew House, which over the centuries also served as a stable and clock tower, offers a variety of guest rooms and suites.

Dining options for guests include Cedar, the hotel’s main restaurant, which offers a seasonal menu that uses locally-sourced ingredients. The Drawing Room serves afternoon tea and small plates, while the Church Bar specializes in cocktails as well as cigars and cognac. The outdoor terrace provides lake views for diners. Finally, the Spa Lounge serves a variety of dishes and snacks plus cold-pressed juices.

The Winter Garden is suitable for meetings and events, and features a private terrace. In total, the property has 3,336 square feet (310 square meters) of event space with rooms that are suitable for a gathering of six to 120.

Guest amenities include the Langley Spa, which includes a vitality pool, a Turkish bath or hammam, a sauna, steam room, and an indoor pool with another outdoors beside Langley Lake. The hotel’s gym offers personal training and a health diagnostics program.

Buckinghamshire is known for its open countryside and gardens. It is home to Bletchley Park, the 19th-century mansion that housed the British Code and Cypher School that routinely intercepted the secret communications of the Axis Powers including those sent using the Enigma encryption device. The team of codebreakers there included Alan Turing, who is considered to be the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence.

The property is located an hour’s drive from Central London and 20 minutes from London Heathrow Airport.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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