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Langley Castle Hotel

A Historic Castle in Haydon Bridge, Northumberland (Hadrian's Wall)

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Langley-on-Tyne Hexham
Haydon Bridge
Northumberland
England
NE47 5LU

Langley Castle Hotel, Haydon Bridge

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Genuine 14th castle set in a 12-acre woodland estate with brush-mown lawns restored to a magnificent and comfortable hotel. Langley is perfect for discovering the delights of Hadrians Wall and other local attractions. The exclusive nature of the castle makes Langley the perfect destination to be pampered in unique surroundings.

Winner of the One North East tourism awards for Best Small Hotel 2006, gaining Silver in the 2007 national finals.

4 star rating

From: £99.00

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Haydon Bridge Travel and Heritage Information

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Northumberland National Park - 6.4 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

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