Built in the late 1500s and with many original features still intact, Langshott Manor sits at the end of a country lane in Surrey and makes the perfect secret night away. It's brimming with romantic extras, includeing real log fires, four poster beds, tubs for two and a wonderful intimate cosy feel.
What makes a stay at Langshott Manor unique?
The hotel only has 22 bedrooms, whchc give it a personal cosy feel. A servies of snug lounges are perfect for an aperitif or their infamous afternoon tea (a real treat).
You'd never guess you were five minutes from Gatwick airport, as the grounds of the hotel are so lovely. Wake up to the sound of a chorus of quacking from the ducks on the ancient moat below and beyond that the soothing sound of horses on the nearby bridle path. If your room is across the front garden from the main building, you'll have a pleasant little walk through the arch in the hedge to reach dinner and breakfast, giving you a chance to admire some of the three acres of private gardens. Dinner and breakfast in the 3 AA Rosette Mulberry Restaurant both feel like a five-star affair – at night it has a warm feel and in the morning the view through the mullioned windows across the lawns is gorgeous.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Langshott Manor?
Enjoy the modern flourishes within an historic Elizabethan manor. The 22 rooms and suites at Langshott Manor come in all shapes and sizes. From grand and traditional to quaint and cosy the rooms are spread across The Manor, The Mews and The Race Course Mews.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Mulberry restaurant opens for dinner each evening and Chef Mann really knows how to spoil his guests. The restaurant holds three rosettes and the menus focus on the finest local produce, celebrating and complementing the flavours of the principal ingredient using techniques that are both surprising & modern but also comforting & familiar. His signature rice pudding with a twist is an absolute delight on a chilly winter's evening! Next to the Mulberry Restaurant you’ll find an array of outdoor spaces, offering a welcoming spot for enjoying a drink or two - why not try a new wine from the extensive list or a refreshing cocktail?
Afternoon tea at Langshott Manor is an occasion and you should definitely find time to indulge during your stay. You can enjoy afternoon tea in one of the cosy louges in front of a log fire or in the summer on the terrraces overlooking the gardens.
Langshott Manor is only an 8 minute drive from Gatwick yet a world away.