Lansghott Manor Surrey

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Key Features

  • Elizabethan Manor House
  • 3 acres of beautiful intertwining gardens
  • Located near Horley in Surrey, only 10 minutes from Gatwick airport
  • Exclusive use bookings for weddings, events, conferences and birthday or group celebrations
  • Flexible accommodation for over 40 guests
  • 22 luxuriously appointed bedrooms and suites, plenty of spacious rooms and lounges

Langshott Manor is truly unique, hidden away and cocooned by the tranquillity of a sea of perfectly manicured gardens and dates back to 1580 Tudor origin, a feature echoed in the naming of our rooms and suites. 

Home to many great families over the years, including during the reign of King Charles II, Richard Evelyn (brother of the famous diarist John Evelyn) and his wife Elizabeth. This century, Langshott has been the home of Lord Montague of Brandon and then of Major Jennings who filled the house with evacuees during the Second World War. 

This wonderful house was then forgotten about for a number of years, until 1986 when the Noble family came in and rediscovered the charm and character that Langshott Manor is now so loved for. The current owners brought the house in October 1997 and have since transformed the Manor with refurbishment including the building of a new restaurant, and most recently, an additional wing which houses a further 7 bedrooms. 


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