Langshott, (Nr Gatwick Airport)
AA member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, and Gatwicks highest rated hotel. Newly refurbished and set in 3 acres of stunning gardens. Recently awarded the prestigious 4 Red Stars from the AA, Langshott Manor prides itself on the finest service with a personal touch.
From one exceptional setting to the next, you enter the immaculately furnished hotel where top end designer fabrics, solid wood furniture, original period features and stylish furnishings and artworks have earned Langshott Manor a first class reputation.All of the bedrooms are superbly furnished, providing a comforting atmosphere for your stay. All rooms feature spacious and individual bathrooms, featuring indulgent and soothing tubs and invigorating power showers. There are also a selection of elite rooms available with modern and four poster beds, as well as private decks overlooking the rear moat and giant Willow.
Garden view rooms are also available in the main house and mews with special features such as a four poster bath.Using local suppliers and carefully selected ingredients, the award winning food on offer at Langshott Manor is of an exceptionally high standard and is complemented by only the finest wines. Morning coffee and traditional afternoon tea is available, and whether it be casual dining with friends, and important celebration or dining with colleagues in a private room, the staff will create a truly personal experience long to be remembered.There are three different meeting rooms available at Langshott Manor which are suitable for many varied activities, ranging from corporate team motivation to entertaining guests. All three rooms are comfortably furnished with plenty of natural light and feature an array of places to break out, such as the gallery and morning room.
Alternatively, the terraces or a quiet part of the gardens are easily accessible. For weddings, the lounge provides a beautiful setting for more intimate weddings, while the St Peters and Mulberry restaurant are more suitable for larger parties.Reception drinks can be taken into oak panelled lounges, the gallery or onto the award winning gardens. There is also a special wedding breakfast served in the AA Mulberry restaurantAs well as quieter locations such as the Surrey Downs, there is an array of more active pursuits within a convenient distance from the Manor.
Both Thorp Park and Chessington World of Adventures are located within 20 miles, and there is also the Bluebell Railway Museum and Gatwick Aviation Museum which may be of interest. For those with an interest in The Arts, the Harth and the Archway Theatre in Horley regularly perform plays and host Workshops. The Lingfield Park Racecourse is one of the finest in the country.
Set in the Surrey countryside, it features National hunt and flat racing and is home to the prestigious Derby Trial.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Sackville College - 7.1 miles (Historic Building)
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