Langley Castle Hotel

NE47 5LU

+44 01434 688888

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A genuine 14thC castle set in a 12-acre woodland estate with brush-mown lawns. All 27 guest rooms have private facilities, some of which boast window seats set into 7ft-thick walls, sauna, spa bath, and 4-poster beds.

Castleview and Castle View Lodge - converted Grade I Listed buildings within the grounds, offer additional guest rooms. All rooms have draped canopies over the bed, colour satellite TV and stunning views up to the main castle 80m away.

The magnificent drawing room, with blazing log fire, traceries and stained glass, together with the oak-panelled cocktail bar, compliment the intimate nature of the Josephine Restaurant.

The food served in the restaurant is of the highest order, making the most of fresh, local produce, with fish and game a speciality.

With recent changes in the law, which have allowed marriages to take place in certain registered premises, Langley has quickly established itself as one of the country's foremost venues for hosting civil weddings.

Langley is perfect for discovering the delights of Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, the Scottish Borders and the Metro Centre. The exclusive nature of the castle makes Langley the perfect destination to be pampered in unique surroundings.

Room information for Langley Castle Hotel

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Double ensuite room
(CastleView Lodge)
1 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(CastleView Rooms)
1 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(CastleView Suite/Superior)
1 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(De Luxe Castle Room)
1 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(Feature Castle Room)
1 2
B&B per person per night
Total capacity: 10

Child / family friendly at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Child / family friendly
Childrens facilities at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Childrens facilities
Car parking available at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Car parking available
Licenced premises at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Licenced premises
Special diets catered for at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Special diets catered for
Credit / debit cards accepted at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Credit / debit cards accepted
TV available at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Television
Four poster beds at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Four poster beds
Ground floor bedrooms at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Ground floor bedrooms
Hairdryer available at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Hairdryer
Tea / coffee facilities at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Tea / Coffee facilities
Guest garden at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Garden for guest use
Laundry / washing facilities at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Washing machine / Laundry
Dogs / pets allowed at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Dogs / pets allowed
Log fire / Open fireplace at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Log fire / Open fireplace
Residents lounge at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Residents lounge
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Lovely over night stay with cream tea & dinner

milly_watson, Manchester, United Kingdom
My husband booked this over night stay including cream tea/coffee, dinner & breakfast as our Valentines treat. The castle itself is a fabulous looking building with lots of charm and lovely grounds. We were booked into a Castle View room, which is a separate building within the immediate grounds of the castle. The room was big, comfortable and well decorated to fit with the castle theme. It included all the usual bits of shower gels, coffee, tea etc. We attended for coffee at around 5pm, & we a little disappointed to note that the Drawing room was full & we were seated in the main restaurant, which lacked a little in atmosphere at that time of day, however, the room itself, again was fabulous, the setting is grand & it is well decorated again to fit with the theme. The staff in the restaurant were incredibly friendly & professional. There was one in particular whom was very friendly, I think he may have been manager as he dressed slightly differently, but we didn't get his name, either way, it made the experience even more enjoyable. Our dinner reservation was 8pm, taking a drink in the Drawing Room first. For dinner we were seated in a new 'added on' area of the castle. It was modern but we didn't think it took away any of the castle's charm. It was a set menu which had been previously paid for by my husband. He is a vegetarian who doesn't eat eggs, so unfortunately the meal wasn't really to his liking. The food was good, just not a lot of choice for his diet. Mine on the other hand was fabulous. As expected with most hotels the wine was very expensive & we didn't think it was good value, the after dinner coffees were very expensive too, costing over £10 for a Americano and an expresso! The waiter, Rhys was a nice young man whom again made the meal enjoyable! As we have a toddler at home, we went back to the room after the meal to relax, as this was our primary reason for the stay. The bed was very comfortable & there was Sky & free wifi provided. In the morning, it was fantastic to see around 5 peacocks & hens grazing on the grounds. Breakfast was varied, & again for myself it was good, however, my husband not eating eggs or meat was only left with the cold breakfast, it was shame to see there were no beans on the menu, but this is personal preference rather than a moan! I would however like to moan about the check in / out times. We weren't able to get into the room until after 2.30pm and check out was 10.30am. I've never known a hotel to have check out so early & unfortunately this brought an abrupt end to our relaxing stay. Breakfast was only from 7.30am - 9.30am which again we thought was an early finish. As we're up at 5am most mornings (with our daughter), it would have been nice to lie in bed & watch tv until 9sih. Over all we'd recommend the Castle. The staff really were very friendly & the grounds are wonderful. We don't do many UK stays as we find it's cheaper to travel to Europe & it's just a shame that we could have travelled to Italy at the same cost to stay here.

Classy and historical

tonywdw93, Sunderland, United Kingdom
My wife and I stayed for our wedding anniversary and we glad we did. The room was superb and the food delicious but to top it all the staff were incredibly helpful. I would like to say a big thank you to Lian the bar manager for her help in explaining the varied selection of drinks and her warm welcome. Secondly a young man called Aiden who seemed to be everywhere and talking us through the fantastic menu. Every member of staff smiled and said hello which you don't always get in hotels

Enjoyable treat

Peter S, Nottingham, United Kingdom
We spent a night here to celebrate our twentieth anniversary. The whole experience was most enjoyable, the room, the castle, evening meal & breakfast plus the tour of the tower. The staff were most friendly & helpful. We stayed in a castle view room which was tastefully decorated. The castle is set in beautiful grounds in a nice part of the country. Would like to visit in spring or summer to see the grounds in bloom.

Very good

Donna M,
Booked here for afternoon tea. Very well priced, staff fantastic and surroundings beautiful. It was a surprise for my mams 60th birthday. I lived in Haydon Bridge for many years before leaving to live in Leeds and can't believe I never visited this place. I would recommend to anyone.

Not cheap, but worth it

taylorconsultancy, Manchester, United Kingdom
We had a room in the main building, well appointed and large, with a lovely 4 poster bed. The bathroom was amazing; larger than many hotel bedrooms, with Janet & John basins, a sunken jacuzzi bath, separate shower cubicle and small sauna. The restaurant is in keeping with the overall decor of the building, service was attentive without being intrusive or over fussy. Food from the fixed price menu was excellent, with 4 - 5 choices per course, obvious quality and the portions were just about right. The wine list could perhaps do with a little work on it, not as extensive as I would have hoped. The only real sour note was that for a hotel which is firmly pitched at the leisure market, mainly for couples I would guess, breakfast closed at 9.30 am, which is far too early if you want to have a lie in on your weekend break.



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