Sleep where a Duke once did at The Langley

The recently opened restored estate in the English countryside is a Duke's former hunting lodge.

THE LUXURY COLLECTION, part of Marriott International Inc., recently announced the opening of The Langley, a restored estate in the English countryside. Located just outside of London in the heart of Buckinghamshire’s vast Langley Park, The Langley offers 41 sumptuous bedrooms throughout two buildings: the grand and historic former hunting lodge of the third Duke of Marlborough and the adjacent Grade II-listed 18th century Brew House.

Following an extensive six-year, multi-million pound renovation, the property is now open as a hotel for the first time. Built between 1756 and 1760, the main Langley Park House is a grand Palladian mansion situated within iconic Lancelot “Capability” Brown-designed gardens. The refurbishment has allowed the historic, original features of the building to shine through, reflecting the natural setting of Langley Park alongside the refined elegance and grandeur of its heritage. The mansion house is home to The Langley’s most opulent accommodations, including the vast and exclusive Duke of Marlborough Suite. – Holly Crawford

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