Moated manor ideal for Gatwick take-offs
Stop-overs don’t get much sexier than an overnight stay in Elizabethan Langshott Manor. A mere ten-minute drive from Gatwick Airport, it’s a world away from the noise and hubbub of international air travel.
- A stylish first night before you jet off on honeymoon or holiday.
- Pretty gardens for summer lunches and teas.
- Plenty of old English elegance – everything you won't find at a bland airport hotel.
Hit the spot
Five miles from Gatwick Airport, in the Surrey countryside.
There's a terrace for al fresco dining, plus the newly-refurnished and award-winning Mulberry Restaurant.
Good to know
It's the perfect place for pre or post holiday relaxation.
ParkingFree guest parking. If you're flying off on holiday you can leave your car at Langshott for less than GBP 10 a day.
AirportLondon Gatwick – three miles.
TrainGatwick Airport – three miles.
LocationLadbroke Rd, Horley, Surrey, RH6 9LN, United Kingdom
All rooms have a flatscreen TV, DVD player, Egyptian cotton bedding, fluffy robes and slippers and complimentary wi-fi. The top suites have iPod docks, patio gardens and large bathtubs for soaking à deux.
Splurge on a suite for a special celebration or honeymoon first night. Live out your Tudor fantasies in the Henry VIII junior suite, with its four-poster bed, silver rolltop bath, working fireplace and private decked terrace. Or make an impression with the Wisley master suite’s private garden terrace, oversized bathroom and welcoming lounge.
Eat & Drink
Dine on expertly-prepared local produce at the award-winning Mulberry restaurant overlooking the gardens. Treat yourselves to afternoon tea, with a glass of bubbly if it’s a special occasion. Surrey’s Grub Magazine has awarded Langshott Manor a Grub Gourmet award, praising the hotel’s cooking and zesty lemon tarts.
Breakfast (chargeable) is served until 9.30am. Fill up on a full English if you have a long day's journey ahead.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
Surrey is all about historic houses and gardens, with several impressive National Trust properties on the doorstep – gems include wonderful homes like Polesden Lacey, where Shakespeare plays are often staged in summer. It’s also the place to find England’s vineyards such as Denbies Wine Estate. Head for Bisley, near Woking, for Surrey’s best clay pigeon shooting.