We decided to treat ourselves to a stay at the Langtry Manor and chose a master double in the Langtry Lodge. I didn't realise when booking that the lodge was across the road from the main hotel but in the end this was fine, it just meant crossing a road to go to the main house for breakfast in the morning. Both the main house and the lodge are beautifully decorated in the entrance and stairs and our room was nicely decorated too - we had a 4 poster bed rather than the jacuzzi bath but this was probably a good thing as there didn't seem to be much hot water! Unfortunately there were some noisy guests in the hotel and as it's an old building the sound travels easily. We couldn't get through to reception to complain but eventually we got hold of the night porter who was good at sorting it out and the staff on reception dealt with it very well the next morning and provided excellent customer service. It is quite expensive but I would return to stay at the Langtry Manor again, however I would probably stay in the main house next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Langtry Manor was built in 1877 by Edward VII for his mistress Lillie Langtry. It was an extremely elegant and luxurious home and served as their hideaway and love nest. Following substantial re-development the Hotel is now one of Bournemouth’s finest and most welcoming hotels. Our staff pride themselves on their service and attention to detail and look forward to welcoming you to the peace, comfort and heritage of Langtry Manor. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Langtry Manor
- Langtry Manor Bournemouth