Langar Hall in The Vale of Belvoir

Langar Hall in theVale of Belvoir

Langer Hall has been described by Craig Brown of the Sunday times as “A real gem” in the Vale of Belvoir – this country house hotel is a “splendid” and “romantic” hideaway, where the food is generally “very good”. The owner, Imogen Skirving, is a “colourful” host, and her staff “actually seem to care whether you’re happy”.

The hall is situated four miles south of Bingham in The Vale of Belvoir next to the church the family built at Langar.

Langar airfield was home to Bomber commands 207 Lancaster squadron but is now used by Skydive Langar and Langar Kart and Quad Centre.

For food fanciers, Stilton, the King of cheese. is produced just two miles away at Colston Bassett Dairy. Dickinson & Morris has been baking pork pies at Ye Olde Pork Pie Shoppe in Melton Mowbray since 1851, and you may like to wash both down with a pint of award winning beer from Belvoir Brewery at Old Dalby.

Belvoir CastleFlying in The Vale of Belvoir by Belvoir Castle, you will often see as far as The Wash, Peterborough, Rutland Water, Leicester, Loughborough, Nottingham, The Derbyshire Dales and The Peak District across to the power stations up the Trent Valley to the Humber.

To visit the Castle, you might like to eat drink or stay at The Manners Arms, Knipton. For more information about the Vale of Belvoir and Rutland, see

Postcode: NG13 9HG

Suitable for: Leicester, Nottingham, Cambridge, Derby, Lincoln, Northants, Rutland, Boston, Grantham, Loughborough, Melton Mowbray, Newark, Sleaford, Spalding, Stamford, Vale of Belvoir