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Characterful and cosy, this Elizabethan manor house is an oasis of calm. Contemporary bold furnishings have brought the timber-framed building bang on trend; four-poster beds, lead windows and decorative fireplaces echo its Tudor roots. Enjoy a delicious cream tea in the attractive gardens overlooking the pretty duck pond, and a spot of croquet afterwards.

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It's difficult to believe that this hotel is only 10-15 minutes by car from Gatwick airport and fairly close to the busy A23, as you don't hear any noise from either. Set in three acres of gardens and grounds, it's a tranquil retreat disturbed only by the sound of quacking ducks. Take a trip to nearby Hever Castle - Anne Boleyn's childhood home - Wakehurst Place botanical gardens, Gatton Park or Box Hill and the Denbies estate, which offers winery tours.

By car: 1 hour 30 minutes from central London, 2 hours 30 minutes from Birmingham and 4 hours from Manchester. There is free parking on-site.

By train: there is a direct line from London Bridge to Horley Station and the journey takes 43 minutes. From the station, Langshott Manor is a 10-minute taxi ride or a half-hour walk. Book trains to Horley.

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This cosy 22-bedroom four-red-star hotel exudes a sense of history without any of the stuffiness. Cosy lounges with log fires, beamed low ceilings, oak doors and comfy armchairs are perfect for relaxing, and a stylish makeover and modern wall art have brought the décor and bold furnishings bang on trend.


Service is efficient and attentive. A few housekeeping issues are dealt with promptly and without fuss. Waiters are smartly attired in green ties, white shirts and smart waistcoat-style aprons. They talk animatedly about the dishes and respond quickly to requests. There's a croquet lawn and gardens to enjoy.

  • Restaurant
  • Gardens
  • Free bikes
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Choose from stately historic suites with four-poster beds and vintage furniture, contemporary suites - some with private gardens, patios or decks (Moat Mews) - or cosy rooms with splashes of bold blues, oranges or purples. Bathrooms are modern and spacious with a bathtub or separate shower unit; one has a four-poster bath.

Room types: Comfy and Luxury rooms, Splendid and Spacious Attic Suites

Key amenities: ensuite with L'Occitane toiletries, towelling robes and slippers, handmade bed, TV, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi


Food in the stylish 3 AA rosette Mulberry brasserie excels and includes interesting twists - cider fondant, truffle glaze and veloutés galore. The presentation is a work of art. For breakfast, homemade granola and poached pears are absolutely delicious and North African baked eggs with spicy tomato sauce are an interesting option, and daily afternoon tea is available.

Mulberry Restaurant: three AA Rosettes. Elegant fine dining, modern British cuisine, local ingredients. Open for breakfast and dinner. Two-course dinner £33, three courses £39.

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