Built in 1850 during the reign of Edward III, this medieval fortified castle in Northumberland offers a tranquil stay.
- 14th century medieval castle now stands as a hotel set in 10 acres of woodland near Hexham.
- There are 27 guest rooms all with individual feature bathrooms and many with 4 poster beds.
- Enjoy an award winning meal at the onsite restaurant before relaxing in the drawing room.
- Visit nearby Hadrian's Wall which is less than 5 miles away.
Built in 1350, during the reign of Edward III, the castle has retained its architectural integrity and is regarded as one of the few medieval fortified castle hotels in England. Langley Castle is found in the stunning county of Northumberland, not far from Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Set in its own ten acre woodland estate, the Castle's 7 feet thick walls provide a peaceful and tranquil refuge in which to escape from today's hustle and bustle to a bygone age, making it perfect for castle weddings or for a special castle break.
The 27 guest rooms are individual and unique all with private facilities, many with four-poster beds and feature bathrooms.
Castle View and The Castle View Lodge are the conversions and extension of other listed buildings within the grounds commanding magnificent views of the Castle itself. Some rooms are interconnecting or adjoining and many can be adapted for families. Two are disabled accessible.
Whilst here enjoy a delicious meal at Josephine's award winning restaurant before relaxing with a drink in the grand drawing room with warming log fire and beautiful stained glass windows.
Locally you can explore Hadrian's Wall which is just a short drive away.
Children welcome. Dogs welcome on request. Free Wifi. Map location is approximate.
Nearby (within 5 miles)
Lake / River
Pub within walking distance
Included - Linen
Included - Towels
Safety & Security
Tea & Coffee
Electric car charging
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