Nestling in the Northumbrian valley of the South Tyne
Langley Castle Hotel is a 14th century castle, nestling in the Northumbrian valley of the South Tyne. Built in 1350, during the reign of Edward III, the castle has retained its architectural integrity and is regarded as one of the few Medieval fortified castle hotels in England.
Set in its own ten-acre woodland estate, the castle's seven-foot thick walls provide a peaceful and tranquil refuge in which to escape from today's hustle and bustle to a bygone age. The guest rooms are all unique, with private facilities, some with four-poster beds, sauna and spa bath.