Langar Hall

Down an avenue of lime trees stands this characterful hotel, its apricot-washed facade a welcome sight to its legions of loyal fans. More

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Langar Hall
Church Lane
NG13 9HG
01949 860559

Hotel information


12. 1 on ground floor, 1 in garden chalet.


all year.


sitting room, study, library, bar, garden room, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 30-acre grounds (gardens, children’s play area), unsuitable for disabled.

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all ages welcomed, by arrangement.


small dogs on a lead allowed by arrangement, not unaccompanied.

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MasterCard, Visa.


[2017] per room B&B £100–£225. Set dinner (Fri, Sat) £49.50, other nights £25–£30.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Down an avenue of lime trees stands this characterful hotel in ‘magical grounds’, its apricot-washed facade a welcome sight to its legions of loyal fans. After the death of its spirited chatelaine, Imogen Skirving, Lila Arora, her granddaughter, now stands at the helm, supported by an ‘enthusiastic team’ of long-serving, ‘well-trained’ staff. ‘With the obvious exception, everything is exactly as before,’ says a Guide reader this year. ‘It is, as it always has been, like staying with friends in the country.’ Within the Georgian house, highly individual bedrooms and faintly eccentric public rooms (some with an air of England-by-way-of-India) are filled with fine paintings, antiques, ‘a relaxed atmosphere’. ‘Dinner continues to be reliable, from the Marmite popcorn onwards.’ A typical dish: ‘very good’ roast Belvoir pheasant, potato terrine, bread sauce croquette. Most striking, perhaps, is the spirit of generosity and openness – a reflection of its founder. ‘The first time money was mentioned during my stay was when I paid the bill the morning of my departure. What a refreshing change from those establishments that produce a chit to sign at every turn.’ (Nick Patton, Peter Jowitt)

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Langar Hall
Church Lane
NG13 9HG

Guest comments

'What a lovely hotel. A relaxing stay. Young, enthusiastic staff. Cheerful waiters. ' - Peter and Anne Davies - April, 2018
'Had a great stay at this charming small country hotel on a warm summer's evening. Great room and dinner - slightly eccentric but willing service; very good soup. Magical grounds to wander around ' - Nick Patton - May, 2017
'“Incontinent pigeons roost here” is not perhaps a usual greeting for new arrivals at a hotel but is a thoughtful way of keeping guests’ cars away from the trees where the aforementioned birds live. This consideration is typical of the place. The mission statement is not an empty claim – “A lovely place to stay a special place to eat.” The public rooms and bedrooms are well furnished in a fairly restrained country house style. Food is very reliable. The wine list is extensive and has a number of very reasonably priced bottles.. The enthusiastic young staff are attentive but never intrusive. ' - Peter Jowitt - October, 2016

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