The next time you are in the United Kingdom and crave for a relaxing getaway to the English countryside but without sacrificing the perks of a 5-star hotel, you may want to consider The Langley.
Located in the county of Buckinghamshire, which is over 60km away from London, this grand country manor that would not look out of place in the British historical period drama Downton Abbey. Built between 1756 and 1760, this former country estate of the third Duke of Marlborough has transformed from an old hunting lodge to modern a 41-room luxury boutique hotel.
Sitting in a former royal hunting ground, guests can lose themselves in the vast gardens and parklands designed by the legendary 18th-century landscape designer Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.
The Langley boasts beautiful scenery on the outside and lavishly decorated interiors.
Divided across the Main House and Brew House, the rooms designed by Dennis Irvine Studio, known for crafting high-end residences, guests can pick from one of nine different choices ranging from guest rooms to suites. Guests staying in select Main House rooms may enjoy the stunning views of the parkland and lake. In addition, some rooms also feature Baroque fireplaces and ornate doorways.
Guests looking to unwind at The Langley can treat themselves to the hotel’s extensive and opulent spa to experience exquisite luxury like no other. The Langley Spa, a 1,600sq m world-class wellness centre complete with an indoor and outdoor pool, thermal area and five expansive treatment rooms, has all you need to recharge your mind, body and soul.
In addition, guests looking to stay in shape can take advantage of the specially designed fitness suite that boasts the latest technologically advanced systems and equipment, specially designed by personal trainer and author, Matt Roberts.
To find out more information about The Langley, visit the hotel’s website.
Guests looking to unwind and treat themselves to The Langley’s world-class wellness centre.