Langar Hall

Langar Hall – Langar, Nottingham

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There’s always been a strong female line at Langar Hall: Imogen Skirving’s great-grandmother bought the house in 1860, and her grandmother started the local WI. Its transformation from private house to hotel, is the achievement of Imogen who, over 26 years, remoulded her apricot-washed Georgian house into an instantly likeable home-from-home, blending personality with country charm. Although Imogen died five years ago, aged 78, all is not lost: she lives on in the portrait that graces the pillared hall and in her granddaughter Lila, who took the reins aged 22, and ensures that nothing has changed – including the vibrant atmosphere. The food (‘classic English with a twist’), from long-standing executive chef Gary Booth, is better than ever, and Michael, the maître d’, remains an integral part of Langar’s appeal alongside the general manager, Ben Rivett. With 13 bedrooms, the house stands next to the village church, surrounded by a mature garden and overlooking medieval carp ponds. Imogen’s aim was to allow her magical house to survive into the 21st century, and it continues to do so.

Doubles from £125

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Langar Hall
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