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  17th January
- 2010 -
Langley Castle
Staying at Langley

Langley Castle has nineteen guest rooms, all with private facilities, and are luxuriously appointed. Some have features such as a four-poster bed and window seats set in the 7ft thick castle walls.
  • Langley Castle was built in the middle of the 14th century by Sir Thomas de Lucy as a great H-shaped tower of four storeys. Before this the site was the seat of the Barons of Tynedale in the 12th century

  • It was attacked and severely damaged in 1405 by the forces of Henry IV in the campaign against the Percys and Archbishop Scrope.

  • Langley remained as a ruin until it was bought and restored by a local historian, Cadwallader Bates, in the late 19th century until his death in 1902.

  • After this time the building remained empty until it was used as a barracks in the Second World War following which it was used as a girls' school.

  • It has since been converted into a luxury hotel set in a woodland estate of 10 acres (40,000 m2).

If you wish to stay at Langley please see the accommodation page for further information.