Langtry Manor

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Langtry Manor has a completely unique history and was built in 1877 by Edward VII for his mistress Lillie Langtry. One hundred years later it was purchased by Pamela Hamilton-Howard who is still actively involved with the running of the hotel with her daughter Tara.

 

The Langtry Lodge was the former home of Lord Derby.  It is older than the Manor and where Lillie and Edward stayed when the Manor was being built.  In the early 1980's the Lodge became part of the Hotel (just 50 yards away from the Manor).

 

With so many chain hotels vying for business, it is so refreshing to find a small privately owned and run hotel with personal service, history and charm.

The hotel has a unique selection of bedrooms including a choice of honeymoon suites, four poster and Jacuzzi Rooms, with the Kings Room as the figurehead.

 

Stay for one of our unique 'Weekend Breaks' when each evening has a different theme in the sublime setting of Langtrys Restaurant.  Join us for what we do best by celebrating your special occasion with us along with family and friends.

 

Let us make Langtry Manor your home from home when away on business, host a small executive meeting or conference; entertain friends or clients in a sublime setting with award winning food.

 

A twenty minute stroll brings one into the heart of Bournemouth and the cosmopolitan town centre to experience world class shopping, museums and galleries, theatres and theme parks or dynamic nightclubs and wine bars.

 

The award winning restaurant's evening cuisine is acclaimed by Egon Ronay and has consistently proved itself worthy of recognition for culinary excellence with a Red Rosette award each year since 1997 when they first began.

 

The Langtry Manor motto is "Somewhere special for Someone special".  Allow yourself or someone you care about to experience what that means first hand.