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WINTER WARMER

How about joining us for a well earned break.  

Sit back, relax, put your feet up, and let us take the strain with our 'Winter Warmer' offer.

These offers apply Sunday to Friday throughout February 2017

ALL CASTLE ROOMS ONLY £99.00 per person

ALL CASTLEVIEW ROOMS ONLY £59.00 per person

This offer applies to anyone staying on or before 28th February 2017 - and includes accommodation, breakfast & guided battlement tour - bookings must be made by end of February 2017.
This offer excludes Saturday's as well as the 10th, 11th, 12th & 14th February.

Applicable for new bookings only and is subject to availability.  These rates are based on 2 people sharing a double room.
Full pre-payment will be required at the time of booking and will be non-refundable and non-transferable.
Special Offers must be booked directly with Langley Castle.
Call now on 01434 688888

FOOD FOR THOUGHT...

...But first Prosecco!

For all of our foodie friends we have put together a delightful package to tantalise your tastebuds!

The package will include:

  • A chilled bottle of Prosecco & a Charcuterie sharing board served in your room on arrival.
  • 1 Night Accommodation in a CastleView Standard, Superior or Suite Room
  • Full Northumbrian Breakfast
  • 3 Course Dinner

Only £129 per person

Upgrade to a Castle Deluxe Room for only £50 extra per room

Or

Upgrade to a Castle Feature Room for only £70 extra room

This offer is available until 30th April 2017 - Sunday to Friday

The following dates are excluded from the offer:

25th March 2017 and 7th, 8th, 13th, 21st & 28th April 2017

The package and rates are based on 2 people sharing a double room.
This offer is for new bookings only and is subject to availability.  
Special Offers must be booked directly with Langley Castle.
Call now on 01434 688888

Choice Break

2 Night Minimum Stay - DBB

ALL RATES BASED ON DOUBLE ROOM PER NIGHT
Two nights accommodation, Northumbrian Breakfast and your choice from our award winning dinner menu.

Additional nights can be added to extend any of these breaks from as little as £159.00 per room per night


FEATURE CASTLE ROOMS - £319.00

DELUXE CASTLE ROOMS - £299.00

CASTLEVIEW SUITE - £249.00

CASTLEVIEW SUPERIOR ROOMS - £249.00

CASTLEVIEW STANDARD ROOM - £219.00

CASTLEVIEW LODGE - £199.00

(Date restrictions do apply)
 

General Terms & Conditions

Valid on new bookings only. Cannot be used with any other offer and is subject to availability. Bookings must be made directly with Langley Castle Hotel, or through our web portal but NOT through external travel agents. Offer based on 2 persons sharing a double room.

We strongly advise that you book a table in our restaurant in advance of arrival to ensure your preferred time is available to you.

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Wedding Fayre - 19th March 2017

Langley Wedding Fayre - Sunday 19th March 2017

Doors open at 12.00 am until 3.00 pm

Whether you're looking for the finest florists, the most professional photographers or music to suit the mood, exhibitors covering all aspects of your wedding day are on hand at our wedding fayre.

If you are looking for your dream wedding venue come and talk with a member of the Langley Castle team, we would be happy to discuss your requirements and let you explore the public rooms and private bedrooms.

The Restaurant will be open for you to be able to sample some if the items we have selected from our Wedding Menus. The menu will be released nearer to the date.

A reservation for luncheon will be essential - please telephone  01434 688888 to book

Free Entry AND a complimentry Langley Strawberry Daiquiri

Mother's Day Lunch - 26th March 2017

Show your mum how much she means to you this Mother’s Day, by treating her to a special three course Sunday lunch in the unique and cosy setting of our restaurant. Book your Mother’s Day lunch with us, and we will even show our own appreciation, with an exquisite gift, exclusive to Langley Castle, just for her.

Mother's Day Lunch Menu

Sunday 26th March 2017

Appetisers

Cauliflower Veloute

Herb and Truffle Crumb

Scottish Mussels

Cider – Smoked Bacon – Parsley – Sourdough

Chicken and Foie Gras Terrine

Pickled Grapes – Brioche

Braised spelt

Leek and potato – Crispy leeks – Apple

Main Course

Roast Leg of lamb

Langley Pudding – Roast Potatoes – Seasonal Vegetables – Roasting gravy

Roast Sirloin of Beef

Langley Pudding – Roast Potatoes – Seasonal Vegetables – Roasting gravy

Pan Fried Salmon Fillet

Sprouting Broccoli – Pomme dauphine – Salsa Verde

Crispy Duck Egg

Wild Mushrooms – Kale – Green Dressing

Dessert

Chocolate Delice

Honeycomb – Cherry Ice Cream

Passion Fruit Bavarois

Coconut Sorbet

Vanilla Iced Parfait

Blood Orange Sorbet – Mint

Cheese Selection £4.00 Supplement

£29.50 per person to include a special gift for mum

Children up to 12 years of age will be charged half of the adult price

To make a reservation, please contact the Castle directly on (01434) 688888 or

e-mail: manager@langleycastle.com

Best of British - Friday 31st March 2017

We are proud to be taking part in Best of British, a joint initiative from VisitBritain and VisitEngland, as part of English Tourism Week. Our award-winning Head Chef, Mark Percival, and his team will be taking some traditional English dishes and giving them a uniquely modern twist.

Best of British Menu

Friday 31st March 2017

Appetisers

Ham Hock Terrine

Pease pudding - house pickles - sourdough

Smoked Mackerel Pate

Cucumber salad - melba toast

Main Course

Fish & Chips

Marrow fat peas - tartare sauce - lemon

Steak & Brown Ale Pie

Puff pastry - seasonal vegetables

Dessert

Sticky toffee pudding

Butterscotch sauce - vanilla ice cream

Bread & Butter pudding

Orange - hazelnut custard

Tea or Coffee

£35.00 per person to include 3 Course Menu with tea or coffee and a glass of Pimms on arrival. 

A non-refundable deposit of £10.00 per person will be required at the time of booking.

To make a reservation, please contact the Castle directly on (01434) 688888 or

e-mail: manager@langleycastle.com

Easter Sunday Lunch - 16th April 2017

Looking for something out of the ordinary to do this Easter? Our chef and his dedicated team will be cooking up a variety of delicious dishes on Easter Sunday, a menu guaranteed to delight the palate.

Easter Sunday Lunch Menu

Appetisers

Carrot and Tarragon Veloute

Tarragon Oil

Pan Roasted Pigeon Breast

Watercress – Hazelnuts – Pickled Apple

Herb Cured Salmon

Mustard and Dill Dressing – Mizuna – Croutons

Goats Cheese Panna Cotta

Confit Tomatoes – Balsamic

Main Course

Roast Loin of Pork

Langley Pudding – Roast Potatoes – Seasonal Vegetables – Roasting Gravy

Roast Sirloin of Beef

Langley Pudding – Roast Potatoes – Seasonal Vegetables – Roasting gravy

Plaice Fillet

Jersey Royal Potatoes – Samphire – Bois Boudran Dressing

Parmesan Gnocchi

Spinach – Cauliflower – Brown Butter

Dessert

Poached Rhubarb Mille Fuille

Pistachio Ice Cream – Candied Pistachios

Chocolate Fondant

Milk Puree – Vanilla Ice Cream

Banana Bavarois

Salted Caramel – Banana Fritter

Cheese Selection  £4.00 supplement

£29.50 per person

Children up to 12 years of age will be charged half of the adult price.

Weather permitting there will also be an Easter Egg hunt for any children having lunch with us on the day - please advise at the time of booking how many children will be participating in the hunt.

To make a reservation, please contact the Castle directly on (01434) 688888 or

e-mail: manager@langleycastle.com

Northumberland Day - Sunday May 28th 2017

Langley Castle has been at the heart of the Northumberland landscape for over 650 years, but could now be playing one of its most decisive parts in the county’s history and economy.

This is thanks to us devising the idea of a dedicated ‘Northumberland Day’ – a day in the annual calendar, when residents and businesses in Northumberland all celebrate what is best about the county. Alternatively, if the public decide, this could become a week or fortnight-long celebration.

Langley Castle first put out the call for a Northumberland Day on July 8, 2015 and has since generated extensive publicity in north east print media, as well as on BBC Radio Newcastle. We have already interested TV stations too and have received messages of support from Councillor Val Tyler at Northumberland County Council and Northumberland Tourism – who were approached by the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, in response to our launch of the concept.

When we realised that this concept had never been mooted before, we felt well placed to make this call. Langley, was once owned by Cadwallader John Bates, a former Sheriff of Northumberland, whilst current owner, Dr Stuart Madnick, has played his own part in Northumberland’s history by getting the titles of Baron of Langley and Lord of the Manor of Langley back from the Crown, following their sequestration after Langley’s part in the attempt to put Bonnie Prince Charlie back on the throne.

The vision that we have devised and are championing and driving is one that encompasses a celebration of the county’s heritage, tradition, myths and legends, food and drink, landscape and tourism attractions. It is about generating civic pride in what Northumberland has to offer – to both its residents and to those who visit this beautiful county. It is geared towards making businesses feel buoyant and giving tourism a special boost on what could be, not just one day, but a week of special events and activities.

We only have to look at Yorkshire and Lancashire to see how such days can work, whilst examples such as Murcia Day, in Spain, are inspiring templates to follow, if we wish to reach out to all communities and businesses.

Northumberland Day 2017 is already beginning to take shape following the announcement by the originators of the idea, Langley Castle, and its committed steering group, that the county’s first dedicated day will be held on Sunday May 28 2017.

Northumbrians across the county have already responded to the news.  Enquiries about how to get involved have been received from local organisations, including the U3A network, whilst activity is already being planned by Hexham Racecourse, The Pudding Parlour’s stores and Ford and Etal Estates.

Some dynamic individuals have already created events.  An all-day ‘Northumberland Rocks’ event has already been arranged for Sunday May 28 at the Whitehouse Unique Social Club in Ashington.  The event will feature Northumberland-based bands, four of which have already confirmed to organiser, John Emery.

Additionally, a message of support, and desire to get involved at Alnwick Castle, has been received from the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. 

The County Show, taking place the day after Northumberland Day, has been part of the planning committee and is an enthusiastic supporter of the idea.

Jane Hunt, managing director of Catapult PR – the agency which suggested the idea of Northumberland Day to its client Langley Castle – has this week presented the concept to the Hadrian’s Wall Tourism Association, whose members are considering ways in which they can also take part and promote Northumberland Day via their websites and communications and through local food and drink promotion.

Additionally, Jane has received a ‘Song for Northumberland’ by Doctor Keith Armstrong, a published poet and poetry performer and the coordinator of the Northern Voices Community Projects creative writing and community publishing enterprise.  His work has appeared in publications such as the New Statesman and Poetry Review and he has kindly allowed his ‘Song for Northumberland’ to be used as part of the promotion for Northumberland Day, also offering to perform it.

Details of Northumberland Day have been presented to the Kielder Business Forum, by Natalie Wood, Business Relationships Manager at Northumberland Tourism.

“I think it’s fair to say that we are already seeing momentum behind this exciting concept,” says Langley Castle Hotel and Restaurant’s owner, Dr Stuart Madnick.  We have been delighted by the response we have received in the last two weeks, since we announced the date.  Now is the time for everyone to start planning what they are going to do on Northumberland Day, or in the week around Northumberland Day, and get plans in place and, as importantly, in calendars and diaries, as well as on websites and email footers.

“We would urge all towns, villages and communities to get involved.  If you love your county, don’t let your community be embarrassed by not having demonstrated that.  We wish to see Northumberland turned yellow and red for the week of Northumberland Day and send out a signal to the rest of the UK that Northumbrians are immensely proud of the place in which they live and work.”

Businesses, organisations and individuals wishing to be part of Northumberland Day can start by using the Northumberland Day logo on their websites and correspondence.  Logo and letterhead designs have been created by Northumberland Tourism and are available at http://www.northumberlandtourism.org.uk/news-room/710-new-northumberland-day  

Any tourism-focused events being planned in support of Northumberland Day – which can take place on any date in the period around May 28 2017 and not just on the day itself – will be uploaded to the Northumberland Tourism website.

Alternatively, those interested in having logos, whilst also finding out more about how to get involved, can email Jane Hunt at the specially created Northumberland Day email address on which all enquiries can be handled – Nday@catapultpr.co.uk

Jane is also planning some Northumberland Day drop-in sessions, at which she will speak to anyone interested in finding out more.  She will be announcing the dates and venues for those soon. 

She also explains: “We would be really grateful to any design studio who would be willing to create an online home for all our Northumberland Day news and updates, on a pro-bono basis.  We, unfortunately, do not have any funding for Northumberland Day at present, so myself and others within our group are giving our time to this for free and hope that a web designer may be happy to do the same.

“We would also like to create at least one big centrepiece for Northumberland Day, or a series of events, so would be delighted to hear from any corporate sponsors wishing to lend its support to this exciting date in the county’s calendar. Our message to potential sponsors is, ‘Do you love Northumberland enough?’  If you do, please show it.”

Father's Day Lunch - 18th June 2017

At Langley Castle, we think your dad deserves a treat too, so we’d like to invite him to Sunday lunch on Father’s Day. Our chef and his talented team have created a delicious three course menu, using the very finest in fresh, local produce. Choose from a tempting range of starters and main courses, including a choice of traditional roasts, and round everything off perfectly with one of our irresistible desserts!

Fathers Day Lunch Menu

Sunday 18th June 2017

Appetisers

Leek and Potato Soup

Crispy Leeks – Truffle Dressing

Confit Duck Terrine

Cherries – Walnuts – Brioche

Roast Scallops

Cauliflower – Raisins – Curry oil

Saute Wild Mushrooms

Sorrel – Sourdough – Watercress

Main Course

Roast Leg of Lamb

Langley Pudding – Roast Potatoes – Seasonal Vegetables – Roasting gravy

Roast Sirloin of Beef

Langley Pudding – Roast Potatoes – Seasonal Vegetables – Roasting gravy

Pan Fried Sea Bream

Shellfish bisque – Confit fennel – Heritage Potatoes

Northumberland Cheese Soufflé

Sauté Potatoes – Apple Salad

Dessert

Treacle tart

Candied Lemon– Brown Butter Ice Cream

Praline parfait

Strawberry Sorbet – Mint – Meringue

Dark Chocolate mousse

White Chocolate Tuille – Orange Compote

Cheese Selection - £4.00

£29.50 per person to include a gift for dad

Children up to 12 years of age will be charged half of the adult price

To make a reservation, please contact the Castle directly on (01434) 688888 or

e-mail: manager@langleycastle.com

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