Just over an hour from Toronto, Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa is a peaceful retreat from the busy city for the weekend. This country estate dates back to 1898 when Eugene Langdon Wilks built a summer home on twenty-nine acres of land. After many years of the estate being passed down through their family, the property was sold in 1987 to William Bennett and Mary Beaton who transformed grounds into the upscale country hotel we know today.
Begin your journey by choosing one of their sixty charming guest rooms and suites located in the main house, the cloister and in the stable. Each room has been furnished with only finest feather beds and often has their own sitting area and fireplace for guests to enjoy.
Part of the allure of Langdon Hall is their beautiful gardens. Travel to the British countryside just outside the doors of your room by strolling through their manicured lawns and gardens. There is also an outdoor pool, tennis courts and croquet lawn and guests also have access to sporting equipment and 12 km of walking trails during the warmer months.
Enhance your stay by visiting the newly renovated Langdon Hall Spa. This tranquil oasis offers a number of aesthetic and therapeutic services as well as a whirlpool, sauna and steam room. The fitness room is open 24 hours a day.
However, the Langdon Hall is knownfor their incredible cuisine created by Chef Jason Bangerter. Jason masterfully creates seasonal dishes for hotel guests and other visitors made from local produce from Langdon Hall’s own garden and other ingredients sourced from local farmers, foragers and artisans. Executive Chef Jason Bangerter and Pastry Chef Rachel Nicholson have also recently created a signature chocolate just for Langdon Hall, Terroir, that brings out the smokiness, warms and tradition of the country estate.
For more information, visit http://www.langdonhall.ca/