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 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.

Langley is registered to hold Civil Ceremonies and has 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.

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Room information for Langley Castle Hotel

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Double ensuite room
(CastleView Lodge)
2 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(CastleView Rooms)
5 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(CastleView Suite/Superior)
11 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(De Luxe Castle Room)
4 2
B&B per person per night
Double ensuite room
(Feature Castle Room)
5 2
B&B per person per night
Total capacity: 54
Child / family friendly at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation 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 Pet friendly
Log fire / Open fireplace at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Log fire / Open fireplace
Residents lounge at Langley Castle Hotel Hotel Accommodation Residents lounge
Sleep quality
Sleep quality

Exploring Hadrian's Wall

lesleyc314, Birmingham
Spent four days in this beautiful setting. We were definitely King and Queen of the Castle. Could not fault the hotel or its staff. Stayed in the Tower Room and although there was a service lift we could have used, with a member of staff, chose the stairs everytime to soak up the ambience. Staff were extremely attentive and pleasant - their excellent knowledge of the area certainly added to the enjoyment of our exp;oration of the Roman occupation all those years ago. Reservation was for bed, breakfast and evening meal - found the breakfast excellent however it was not until the final night when we were made aware of the relaxed menu which we could have chosen from - something my husband would probably have preferred as less formal. Would definitiely recommend if you have a desire to be treated like royalty for a few days.

So good

CatherineBarnes, Solihull, United Kingdom
We stayed here for one night on a tour of the east of UK. This was our final destination and we loved it. Our classic room, although not in the castle itself was in the cottages in the grounds and it suited us perfectly. It was large, bright and immaculately presented - well done to the staff who tend the gardens too, they were lovely and the peacocks made us laugh more than once. The driveways are wide, we have a large car and narrow driving bays are a pain. The bar area was a talking point and the dinning room although busy still felt intimate. Food was good and there were some nice surprises served to us. I'd recommend for couples in particular.

A superb experience

AlanM603, Wetherby, United Kingdom
This is a truly unique experience in an authentic castle. The conversion of the castle to a hotel has been carried out very sympathetically. The countryside is really beautiful even in the rain ! We stayed in the cadwallader room which is up a spiral staircase and really excellent. There are castle view rooms but we really enjoyed spending our stay in the castle. What makes this castle hotel special are the staff. Everyone was genuinely friendly and helpful. They really made the stay special. The food was also very good and there is a good choice for breakfast. The battlements tour each morning is worth the effort to climb to the top of the castle. Overall a superb 2 night break and whilst not cheap it was certainly worth the cost.

Lording it up for 2 nights

Denis G, Rochdale, United Kingdom
Took advantage of a Travelzoo offer. What value for money! Our room was in the Castle view gardens. Wow! The decor was exquisite and the Queen size bed very comfortable. The bathroom was spotless and the separate shower was magic. A nice touch in the large suite type room was the sky TV and the Alexia hub. There was also a sofa and large arm chair. The gardens were well kept and the peacocks were an added attraction but their droppings had to be carefully avoided on the paths. Breakfast in the castle would have been a problem if it was raining but a large umbrella was provided in the room. The evening meal was enjoyable and beautifully presented although expensive. The added service charge was the only fault. Will certainly go again.

A great experience, but small things subtract

Hedgehog44, Welwyn, United Kingdom
There is no doubt that staying in the castle is a specal experience - I was pleased we upgraded from the “Castleview” rooms in an annex below the castle to the main historic building itself. Owned by an American who regularly visits, for English tastes it might be overstuffed with antiques and paintings not all directly connected to the Castle’s significant history. Our room had a four poster, comfortable chairs and good bathroom with excellent shower. But not the most comfortable mattress or pillows and no “beyond expectations” extras in the room. The restaurant is prime dining and expensive, with plenty of pricey supplements beyond the somewhat slim choices that are not attractively described. The service was somewhat amateur for the stature of the place; butthe food well presented and more interesting than described. Breakfast had some surprising “we’ve run out of that” statements; the toast was disappointing Mothers Pride type bread; jams etc were mass produced jars; very Premier Inn. The cold buffet was limited. But my kippers and egg was superb. Coffee - served in stainless pots but they were clearly filled from a large filter pot that was definitely not high quality nor fresh. There are tours of the battlements at 10 am for guests. So here we have a fabulous location and building, lovingly maintained by its owners, charging upmarket prices, spoiling its offering ( here and there) with a lack of attention to the detail - which when you pay £200 plus you feel entitled to.



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