The village of Langar (signposted via Bingham on the A52 or Cropwell Bishop on the A46) is tucked away in the lush Vale of Belvoir, and the Hall itself is virtually hidden behind the church. Built in 1830 of local sandstone, its now the family home of Imogen Skirving and as such is crammed full of antiques and homely artefacts. Large oil paintings of past family members line the wide stone staircase in the entrance hall, which has an informality continued throughout the hotel.
Public rooms comprise a dark, intimate library and bright, airy drawing room both furnished in a comfortable lived-in style.
Bedrooms upstairs in the main house vary in size and character; but all have oodles of appeal including a wide selection of books plus excellent views over the extensive grounds. Two ground-floor rooms, overlooking the church garden, can be connected (but one has a rather low ceiling height). All have modern en-suite bathroom facilities, although one a chalet named 'Agnew', close to the croquet lawn (and a short walk to the house) just has a shower.
A stay here wouldnt be complete without taking full advantage of their excellent restaurant.
Nearby: Coarse Fishing, Shooting, Water Sports.
Restaurant - Langar Hall
Find this delightful country house hotel/restaurant at the end of an avenue of lime trees, 12 miles south-east of Nottingham.
Comforts abound and include the dining room and Garden room making... more
- Pleasantly Situated
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Businesses
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 12
- Rooms, ensuite: 12
- Price (single room): from £80
- Price (double room): from £150
- Prices include breakfast
- DVD Facilities
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 50
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 14
- Licensed for Civil Weddings