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Langshott Manor

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A member of ‘Small Luxury Hotels of the World’, and Gatwick’s highest rated hotel, Langshott Manor is newly refurbished and set in 3 acres of stunning gardens. Langshott Manor prides itself on its fine service, personal touches and first-class reputation. It was recently awarded the prestigious 4 Red Stars from the AA. The hotel is only minutes from Gatwick Airport and the M23 and M25 motorways. London is 30 minutes away by train.

From one exceptional setting to the next, the immaculately furnished hotel features top-end designer fabrics, solid wood furniture, original period features and stylish furnishings and artwork. Langshott Manor is a beautifully restored 16th century manor house, set in its own award-winning gardens. The hotel is Surrey's only AA Red Star Gold Ribbon hotel. The Manor offers the best in cuisine, service, hospitality and luxury. For leisure guests, the hotel is within easy reach of the rolling Surrey downs, home to some of the finest historic houses and gardens of Southern England. This exquisite haven is a true reminder of the splendour of the Elizabethan age touched by modern day luxury.


Ratings/Awards: AA Red Star
RAC Gold Ribbon
Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22
Nearest Airport: London Gatwick
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Name: Mulberry
Cuisine: Modern European/Fine Dining
Chef: Stephen Toward
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
3 AA Dining Awards
Gold Ribbon

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