Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 2:30 PM
Hotel check-out time: 10:30 AM
7:30am - 9:30am Monday-Friday
8am - 9:30am Saturday-Sunday
12pm - 2pm daily
7pm - 9pm daily
3pm - 5pm daily
There is complimentary parking for 60 cars.
There are 2 TESLA charging points.
Although the building is Grade I listed, Langley Castle are committed to providing accessibility for all guests and have 2 bedrooms that are accessible. There is no lift, but there is a service elevator suitable for wheelchairs. The restaurant is on the ground floor.
Access to Castle View Room 23 from the marked parking bay is either via a flagstone path set into the lawn (25 metres) or via block paving path in front of Castle View (40 metres)
A number of rooms have sofa beds, with folding z beds and cots also being available. One of which, the De Lucy Room has been designated for disabled access.
Children are charged at £20 per child per night to include breakfast.
The hotel has 10 acres of woodland ground.
Early check-in (noon) and late check-out (also noon) may be possible (on arrangement) at a charge of £25.00
Green Tourism silver award-winner
History of the hotel
The exquisite 27-bedroomed 14th century hotel property (built in 1350), has seen its interior razed to the ground during Border conflicts, had two of its owners meet a terrible end for supporting Jacobite uprisings, benefited from Pope Leo XIII's permission to have a consecrated castle on its 14th century battlements and trained young minds as a 1950s boarding school.
It has inspired J K Rowling for some of her Harry Potter content, and has had its medieval garderobes (toilets) declared possibly Europe's best example!.
Single Occupancy Policy
Single occupancy rates are available, please contact our team to discuss.
Langley is dog friendly - Dogs are welcome in specific rooms in CastleView, which are subject to availability. The hotel will provide a water bowl, soft bed and feed for your dog - The cost per night is £20.00
Dogs are not pertmitted in the main Castle itself.
Dogs should not be left unattended so as to become a nuisance to other residents and the dog is not allowed onto the bed and soft furnishings.
You must be responsible for your dog and for any damage or additional cleaning of your room as a result of your dog.
There are 12 acres of grounds for the benefit and enjoyment of all our guests. Whilst walking your dog, it would be appreciated if you kept the dog on a lead.