A Grade II*-listed mansion in Iver, Buckinghamshire, that was at one time the hunting lodge of the Duke of Marlborough, has been launched as the Langley hotel following a six-year, multimillion-pound renovation.
The property operates under Marriott's Luxury Collection brand and also includes a Grade II-listed, 18th-century building that was used as stables and a brew house.
As well as a restaurant and bar, the hotel features a spa with eight treatment rooms and a women's-only thermal area, and a fitness centre with a cryotherapy centre, headed by personal trainer Matt Roberts. The gardens were originally landscaped by Capability Brown and include a Lebanon cedar tree that is listed by English Heritage.
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