Lovely historic property. Great "bubbles" on arrival, afternoon tea, and dinner package. Main course at dinner (turbot) was outstandingly good. Beautiful gardens to wander round, and some cute pet ducks.
This building needs a good interior designer. The building itself is beautiful but needs a more contemporary lood and feel. Especial the dinning room with an ugly carpet. The rooms are big and the bedding is fine. Bathroom is also big but very uninviting, just like the dining room where a beautiful wooden floor and more cozy colors would do a lot. A good example of where these types of buildings have thrived in modern times is Dormy house in Broadway. But even with less intervention, this hotel can be turned into a much more pleasant location.
My flight was cancelled, so this was an unplanned stay. Most comfortable bed I have ever slept in. The variety and quality of the breakfast was excellent. All employees were very friendly and made me feel welcomed. I would definitely stay here again.
Charming old Manor glad I experienced it out of respect for building. On day of arrival staff were very attentive, polite and friendly, the place didn't seem too busy, but was fairly clean. We'd booked an Afternoon Tea which was delightful great choice, fresh and tasty. We wanted an evening snack, but the hotel had a wake booked that evening so kitchen closed. Decided to try the bar and merged with the wake party in the drinks queue. There was no sign of a bar, just 4 bottles sitting on top of a cabinet?? Yes there was a wake booked, but what about the rest of the hotel residents? it lacked atmosphere and ambiance that evening, dare I say the word "dead"? The staff on duty that evening were phenomenal, it appeared they were short staffed, but nobody else was there?? Our Room was an attic room “The Windsor “ suite, with a fantastic bathroom (probably one of the biggest bath tubs I’ve ever been in, see photos) Buut.. We paid/booked the king size room for the comfort factor, unfortunately we found that the bed itself had no comfort factor at all! Saggy soft no support whatsoever and lumpy. The pillows were firmer than the mattress! I didn't come to the Langshott to develop Scoliosis!! Unreliable Wifi very very flaky and fuse box issues. We lost power in the night, the fan stopped keeping us cool in the hot attic room, disturbed TV viewing and no phone charging. It came back eventually. In the morning unable to wash my hair, no electrics again! When I made mention of this to (the never seen before) young girl on reception she simply said with an attitude and dismissiveness “ yeah I’ve switched that back on for you now” but we were dressed and ready for breakfast! An apology would be nice when you’ve inconvenienced me this morning!! geeze Breakfast was excellent, with great choices and freshly cooked to perfection. Restaurant staff attentive. Decor bit tired and curtain lining need replacing:-( Upon check out we discovered our £56 Afternoon tea (already expensive) had another £6 service charge slapped on it? Really? So in essence, would l be back there again after spending all that money on a luxury stay in a place with a big bath, nice breakfast, no bar, no wifi, electrics hit and miss, with a mattress older than the Manor and rude young staff? NO WAY!...Hope you have a better time if you chance it!!…
We booked a meal to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Food and service was good . Such a pretty venue inside and out - Great selection of food and cocktails . The dining tables were well spaced out and it was lovely looking out to the beautiful gardens .
We stayed in the manor on a flight layover. Ended up being a lot more expensive than we thought. However lovely hotel and very picturesque. Staff are nice and helpful. The room we had was a bit noisy (booked a cosy room) which was just off the kitchen. It was spacious and nice inside but the proximity to the kitchen made it quite noisy. The ‘bidding for an upgrade on the room’ is not actually a bid, but they set the prices so it’s not actually a bid. The restaurant food was very good but very expensive.
Just on the outskirts of Horley and nearby Gatwick Airport, Langshott Manor sits a world away in its own Tudor time-warp. Perfect location for a time-out in calm surroundings, keeping company with the hotel’s pet geese alongside the garden pond. The management and staff are helpful and friendly, and genuinely proud of their establishment, keeping it to the highest standards. The suite we occupied was clean, tidy and spacious. The restaurant delivered impeccably, with our favourite being the tiramisu cheesecake, which has to be tried whenever it’s on the menu!
Night over near the airport to celebrate our anniversary in luxury with 3 course meal & bubbles in the bar & Mulberry restaurant, with Suite overlooking the large garden pond - you won’t be disappointed!
Tired, overpriced, understaffed Near Gatwick, lovely gardens friendly Spanish staff. £411 for dinner bed and breakfast, one night. this is text to make up the 200 characters they seem to think is needed, bath blah blah blah blah blah blah.
It is a shame that the finer details let this place down, if you book the Manor Experience package be prepared for a lot of that package to not happen, which for us created disappointment. There was no bubbles on arrival ( we had to chase that up), no guided tour of the hotel and ground, no luggage sent to our room, no morning drinks orders taken, no call ahead of time from Concierge to talk through any special arrangements, all of which is advertised as part of the package you pay for. All the little details as to why I had booked it in the first place were lacking, but If these things happen, it would be a lovely place to stay. To write a fair review though, although the wait for food and drinks was really long at dinner, when it did arrive it was delicious and complimentary drinks were provided because of the poor dinner service we experienced. They just need to provide everything that is advertised to not leave people disappointed.…