From Our Editors
Built in 1877 by the Prince of Wales, later to become King Edward VII, for his mistress Lillie Langtry. The Langtry Manor boasts 14 individually designed bedrooms with modern amenities, as well as an elegant dining salon serving freshly-prepared dishes to suit both light and hearty appetites. The Langtry Manor was designed in the style of a Victorian country house and retains many of its original features such as balconied bedrooms, carved fireplace, mullioned windows and elegant staircases .
The staff were lovely and the dining room was also. The hotel looked as if it needed a revamp and we noticed when arriving that the exterior looked shabby.
However my point is that when we received our menus we were told anything with an asterisk incurred an extra charge. This wasn’t apparent on my voucher but when mentioned the waiter showed us their copy of booking which did mention that. I said would they waiver the bottle of wine and give us 2 courses instead of three which they did. So my gift to my daughter of a three course meal was very disappointing and no value for money. 76.50 for a two course meal that took 45 mins to arrive although well pres
We had a very nice Afternoon Tea, the waiters were very pleasant and we would recommend it to our friends.
Had an afternoon tea for 4 people and the service , food and atmosphere was first class.
Not how groupon describes it! Lots of issues with what should have been a lovely experience!
Ice cold sandwiches and cakes.
Room was uninviting and cold
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The Langtry Manor