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Article from BTNews 10 JUNE 2019

Heathrow luxury hotel

A first property in the English countryside for the Luxury Collection, part of Marriott International, was revealed last week in the shape of The Langley in the heart of Langley Park near Iver in Buckinghamshire about 8 miles from Heathrow T5.

It offers 41 bedrooms throughout two buildings at Langley Park House, a former hunting lodge of the third Duke of Marlborough and the adjacent Grade II-listed 18th-century Brew House. The opening follows a six-year, multi-million-pound renovation.ll

Luxury Collection global brand leader Anthony Ingham said: “The Langley is another example of the Luxury Collection’s commitment to restoring historic icons across the globe, and this is a remarkable destination respite just outside London.

”Built between 1756-1760, the main Langley Park House is a grand Palladian mansion with gardens designed by Capability Brown. The Palladian mansion houses the hotel’s main rooms, including the three-bedroom Duke of Marlborough Suite.

The Brew House provides another set of rooms and suites, reflecting the history of the building, which has acted as a stable, clock tower and brewery over the centuries. Today’s guests can even see the historic spaces where previous owners concocted their local beers.

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