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Langtry Manor, Love Nest of a King
Derby Road
East Cliff



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Voted Best Hotel in Bournemouth by The Guardian and winner of Best Small Hotel by Bournemouth Tourism, this historic country house style hotel offers fine dining, history and ambience. This is the historic home of Edward VII and Lillie Langtry. In a country packed with over 10,000 hotels, very occasionally you stumble on a rare gem of an hotel where the building, food, service and history blend to form something quite exceptional. This warm inviting home is not only steeped in history and romance, but offers the highest standards of fresh food and personal service. All the bedrooms are individually designed and many of them, including the king's own majestic apartment, have four-poster beds. The main building is accompanied by Lord Derby's home, the Langtry Lodge (where rooms are also allocated) situated 50 yards away. Breakfast is taken in main building. Located on a quite tree lined avenue, Langtry Manor is close to Bournemouth's cosmopolitan town centre, beautiful gardens and beaches.

Guests are offered complimentary use of the nearby Nordic leisure club (just 2 minutes' walk away). You can work out in the gym and take a nice swim before relaxing in the jacuzzi or sauna.
Langtry Manor and Lodge are non-smoking hotels. There is a designated outside smoking area for those who wish to smoke.


Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20
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Name: Lillie Langtry's
Cuisine: English/French
Chef: Pierre Magnin
Awards: AA Rosette

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