The Langley, a new luxury hotel in Buckinghamshire, is to open its doors to the public on June 1, following a six-year, multi-million pound renovation project.
The former hunting lodge of the third Duke of Marlborough has been transformed into a new hotel, spa, restaurant and gym space to be operated as part of Marriott’s A Luxury Collection portfolio.
The site will comprise 41 bedrooms situated between the former hunting lodge and the adjacent Grade-II listed 18th century Brew House.
The hotel, spa, Matt Roberts gym and ‘seasonally-driven’ restaurant, have been designed by Dennis Irvine Studio.
The mansion house will also be home to the Duke of Marlborough suite, a three-bedroom space with views of the lake and set around a unique octagonal central room.
The 1,600 sqm The Langley Spa will offer driven treatments in partnership with Sisley, with features such as vitality pools, hammams, juniper-wood sauna, steam rooms and indoor swimming pool.
There will also be a number of relaxation areas – including one designated ladies-only – plys manicure and pedicure studio, hair salon and spa lounge.
The gym has been developed in partnership with Matt Roberts and will offer health diagnostics as well as custom-made equipment.
Food and beverage areas comprise seasonal restaurant Cedar, the Drawing Room which will host afternoon tea and the Churchill Bar.
The Winter Garden, added to the main house in 1894, has been restored to offer a space for weddings and events, alongside six other venues for meetings and events.
The team at The Langley is being headed up by hotel manager David Harris, who was appointed last year.