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CastleView Room - £100.00
CastleView Suite/Superior - £120.00
Castle Room - The Percy and Tindale Room - £170.00
These rates are per room and include accommodation and full Northumbrian breakfast.
Dinner Reservations must be confirmed in advance of guests arrival at the hotel.
Click here for Sample Menus.
Special Offers are not available on any other web site and must be booked directly with Langley Castle. Date restrictions apply.
ALL RATES BASED ON DOUBLE ROOM PER NIGHT
Two Nights Accommodation, Northumbrian Breakfast and Your Choice from our Award Winning Dinner menu.
Additional nights can be added to extend any of these breaks from as little as £159.00 per room per night
FEATURE CASTLE ROOMS - £319.00
DELUXE CASTLE ROOMS - £299.00
CASTLEVIEW SUITE - £249.00
CASTLEVIEW SUPERIOR ROOMS - £249.00
CASTLEVIEW STANDARD ROOM - £219.00
CASTLEVIEW LODGE - £199.00
(Date restrictions do apply)
Valid on new bookings only. Cannot be used with any other offer and is subject to availability. Bookings must be made directly with Langley Castle Hotel, or through our web portal but NOT through external travel agents. Offer based on 2 persons sharing a double room.
We strongly advise that you book a table in our restaurant in advance of arrival to ensure your preferred time is available to you.
Imagine yourself in the most romantic of settings, with Flowers, Chocolates, Champagne, a superb tasting Menu and all the atmosphere that comes with one of Englands most Romantic Castle's.
Packages to include over night accommodation with breakfast, a dozen Red Roses in your room on arrival, afternoon tea with Champagne and a 6 course Taster menu from only £350.00 for a room in CastleView within the grounds - upto £450.00 for a premiere Feature room with four poster bed in the main Castle.
You dont HAVE to be resident at the Castle to enjoy the evening celebration dinner - this is available for anyone wishing to reserve a table.
Click here for Valentine Dinner Menu - upgrade to 9 course menu for supplement of £20.00.
Telephone 01434 688888 for futher details.
Why not bring your intended to the most romantic of Castle's - A lovely room in CastleView with stunning views - Champagne and the opportunity to "pop" the question on the Battlements - and then a sumptuous dinner in the Restaurtant from only £299.00
There will then be the possibility to upgrade to a room in the main Castle on arrival - this offer is strictly subject to availability on arrival.
If you prefer to book a de luxe Castle room to guarantee the room in the Castle this will be supplement of £80.00
When he DOES say YES - if you then go on to book your wedding here at Langley for a Winter Wedding (Jan/Feb 2017) we can offer you a 25% discount on the wedding breakfast
For further details - telephone 01434 688888
Legend behind Leap Year
According to an old Irish legend, or possibly history, St Brigid struck a deal with St Patrick to allow women to propose to men – and not just the other way around – every four years.
In some places, Leap Day has been known as “Bachelors’ Day” for the same reason. A man was expected to pay a penalty, such as a gown or money, if he refused a marriage proposal from a woman on Leap Day. In many European countries, especially in the upper classes of society, tradition dictates that any man who refuses a woman's proposal on February 29 has to buy her 12 pairs of gloves. The intention is that the woman can wear the gloves to hide the embarrassment of not having an engagement ring. During the middle ages there were laws governing this tradition.
Sunday 6th March 2016 - a date to show your love and affection for all mums.
We will be offering a special luncheon which will include a glass of prossecco on arrival with luncheon served either in our Pavillion or Josephine restaurant and a floral gift for each "Mum"
Telephone 01434 688888 to reserve your table now
Doors open at 11.00 am until 4.00 pm
The Wedding Fayre coincides with the launch of our New Brochure and Wedding Packages.
Whether you're looking for the finest florists, the most professional photographers or music to suit the mood, exhibitors covering all aspects of your wedding day are on hand at our wedding fayre.
If you are looking for your dream wedding venue come and talk with a member of the Langley Castle team, we would be happy to discuss your requirements and let you explore the public rooms and private bedrooms.
The Restaurant will be open for you to be able to sample some if the items we have selected from our Wedding Menus - see the menus as detailed
Celebrate in style, in one of England’s only genuine fortified Castle Hotels.
A glass of hot Mulled Wine on arrival
Roast Butternut squash Veloute
Toasted pumpkin seed, parmesan foam
Roast crown of Turkey
Chestnut stuffing, all the trimmings
Taste of Christmas
An Assiette of Christmas desserts
Why not stay overnight in one of our luxuriously appointed rooms
To include accommodation and breakfast, available from as little as £ 69.50 - £129.50 per person Based on 2 persons sharing a double room. For further information please contact either Carla Robinson or Sharon Blackburn on (01434) 688888.
You will be pampered with the care and attention of our team of friendly and courteous staff. Our chefs will prepare sumptuous menus which will incorporate traditional recipes with innovative idea for your delectation and evoke memories of a bygone and oft forgot era.
The “Langley Christmas Experience” will include accommodation, full Northumbrian breakfast and dinner for three days, commencing on the 24th December. Also included will be cocktail parties, Christmas day luncheon and Langley’s inimitable style of family entertainment and fun.
All this, yet we can assure you of the peace and quiet and the relaxing atmosphere for which Langley is renowned.
Overlooking the Tyne Valley and set in its own woodland estate with rolling lawns, Langley Castle has twenty seven, luxuriously appointed rooms, all with private facilities some even boast private features such as, sauna, spa bath and king-size beds.
The magnificent Drawing room is the ideal place to relax and unwind in front of a blazing log fire.
So if you are looking for that special an unique place to celebrate the festive season, then the “Langley Traditional Christmas Experience” is a must.
The Langley Christmas Experience will commence on the 24th December 2016
and ends after breakfast on the 27th December 2016
Feature Rooms £945.00 per person
Castle Rooms £870.00 per person
CastleView Suites £780.00 per person
CastleView Rooms £695.00 per person
Why not extend you stay at Langley, with additional nights before and after the Christmas period, with a special rate commencing from as little as £99.50 per person, per night to include accommodation, dinner and breakfast.
Take a look at our Christmas Brochure: The Langley Christmas Experience
SAMPLE OF PREVIOUS YEARS PACKAGES
CALL 01434 688888 FOR FURTHER DETAILS
We have prepared a New Years' Treat, which will combine the excitement of the Occasion, our customary high standards of service and cuisine with tranquillity and set amongst the medieval splendour of one of England's only genuine fortified Castle Hotels.
You will be pampered with the care and attention of our team of friendly and courteous staff. Our Chefs will prepare sumptuous menus, which will incorporate traditional yet innovative ideas for your delectation and evoke memories of a bygone and oft forgot era.
The Langley "New Year Experience" will begin on 31st December 2015 with a delightful afternoon tea and scones on arrival. You will then join us in our magnifcent Drawing Room for pre dinner cocktails followed by a mouthwatering 6 course New Years Eve Gala taster menu. Entertainment will be provided by a superb live band and our resident 'Majestic Knights' disco. You can then retire to one of our beautifully appointed guest rooms for a good nights sleep.
New Years Day 2016 will begin with a hearty brunch to accommodate the late risers. You then have some free time to do as you please - take a look around the local area, have a walk, catch up on your sleep or even continue where you left off the night before - the choice is yours. In the evening we will serve Cocktails and Canapes in our Drawing Room with log burning fire - this will then be followed by a dining experience to savour. A final nights sleep awaits....
All good things come to an end..... after a hearty breakfast on the 2nd January 2016 you will depart the Castle and make your way home with our best wishes for a healthy and prosperous New Year 2016.
This is thanks to us devising the idea of a dedicated ‘Northumberland Day’ – a day in the annual calendar, when residents and businesses in Northumberland all celebrate what is best about the county. Alternatively, if the public decide, this could become a week or fortnight-long celebration.
Langley Castle first put out the call for a Northumberland Day on July 8, 2015 and has since generated extensive publicity in north east print media, as well as on BBC Radio Newcastle. We have already interested TV stations too and have received messages of support from Councillor Val Tyler at Northumberland County Council and Northumberland Tourism – who were approached by the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, in response to our launch of the concept.
When we realised that this concept had never been mooted before, we felt well placed to make this call. Langley, was once owned by Cadwallader John Bates, a former Sheriff of Northumberland, whilst current owner, Dr Stuart Madnick, has played his own part in Northumberland’s history by getting the titles of Baron of Langley and Lord of the Manor of Langley back from the Crown, following their sequestration after Langley’s part in the attempt to put Bonnie Prince Charlie back on the throne.
The vision that we have devised and are championing and driving is one that encompasses a celebration of the county’s heritage, tradition, myths and legends, food and drink, landscape and tourism attractions. It is about generating civic pride in what Northumberland has to offer – to both its residents and to those who visit this beautiful county. It is geared towards making businesses feel buoyant and giving tourism a special boost on what could be, not just one day, but a week of special events and activities.
We only have to look at Yorkshire and Lancashire to see how such days can work, whilst examples such as Murcia Day, in Spain, are inspiring templates to follow, if we wish to reach out to all communities and businesses.
We shall now be inviting key businesses to become part of a steering group that will make this happen. We hope that, with the help of committed partners, we can be celebrating a Northumberland Day in 2016 and putting some unique Langley Castle twists on that.
We shall also be discovering which date in the calendar Northumberland’s residents would like to see become Northumberland Day, as this should be a date that has significance and meaning for the county, as well as being one that could allow the county to generate economic benefit from a boost to tourism and visitor spend.
As Dr Stuart Madnick said, when launching the concept of Northumberland Day, “Northumberland needs to reinforce its identity and be proud of its history, food and culture. A strong identity is a driver of tourism and economic success and we need to follow the lead of other counties and start to showcase what we can offer, not just to Britain, but to the world.”
If you wish to be part of the Northumberland Day Steering Group, please email email@example.com If you wish to support our vision, we would also love to hear from you
Some kind words
"Everything we expected and more. The staff were all exceptionally hospitable, warm and welcoming. Eating here is a must, the food is exquisite, complements to the chef and staff that all work so hard in producing this amazing food. Will most definitely be back, will highly recommend Langley castle to all my friends family and clients"
Maria C - January 2016
A Lovely Splurge
My husband and I spent two nights here at the recommendation of a friend who stayed here 15 years ago. It was a wonderful splurge, as the price structure is beyond what we would usually spend. That being said, we loved the feeling of being pampered and relaxed in this lovely setting
JKW61 - Illinois - October 2015
Fabulous - Great Venue and Staff
We booked a family suite. Staff were extremely helpful from the telephone call for booking, setting up beds for the children and even a tour of the castle from John on the morning we left. Breakfast was fabulous, we will certainly be back.
Glaisnock - Wigton UK - August 2015
" Yep, it's a real castle!
This was a fabulous place to stay. We loved the building, the beautiful rooms and the fabulous bathrooms "
Kaleiawaphu, Annapolis - September 2015
This was an exceptional few days. It wasn't just the exquisite setting - a 14thC castle is hard to better - and the lovely grounds. We were just so impressed by the staff. Nothing seemed too much trouble & all obviously enjoyed their jobs.
They do not have chef's working here they have magicians, the food is excellent, extremely tasty, beautiful to look at and a true taste experience