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Summer 2017

Langrish House has been nominated for the Surrey and Hampshire Listener Choice Awards 2017 and we need your help to win this award.  To vote for us, please click on this link (https://www.964eagle.co.uk/listings/listener-choice-place-to-stay/) and scroll down to find us and press the ‘vote’ button. The deadline for voting is until midnight on Sunday 27th August. Your vote would be really appreciated.

 


Spring 2017

Our newly renovated Drawing Room is now finished, having been restored to its original size. A cozy setting for Afternoon Tea!

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Summer 2016

Langrish House Specials in Celebration of Summer

Enjoy a selection of mouthwatering cocktails:

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Pims Blackberry and Elderflower £5.50

Kir Royale £12.00

Summer Bellinis £7.25

  • Available in original Peach
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry
  • Apple

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April 2016

We are very proud to have been voted on to the 2016 Opentable Diners' Choice list!

Thank you to all our customers who have given us such wonderful feedback over the last 12 months.
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 July 2015
South Downs Rambler Saturday 4 July marked the start of BlueStar's South Downs Rambler bus service.

The service will run on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays between 4 July and 31 August. The route will start in Winchester and go to Petersfield via Hinton Ampner House, Bramdean, West Meon, Exton, Old Winchester Hill, East Meon and Langrish House.

Perfect for those who love exploring the South Downs countryside and, with a stop at the end of our drive, why not call in for Afternoon Tea!

You can download the South Downs Rambler timetable here.


Romantic Dinner for Two!

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Colin and Frances made the most of the very hot weather and celebrated their 10th Wedding Anniversary by dining in The Bothy. Frances brought the table decorations and napkins that were used here 10 years ago on their wedding day. She also had her Order of Service and Colin's Buttonhole on the table. We flew the Blackpool Football Team flag from our flagpole just as we did in 2005.

A perfect romantic dinner for two!


Congratulations Nic and Amy

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We love welcoming our Brides and Grooms back to Langrish House. 

This is Amy with her baby Edward, who was born exactly a year to the day that she was married and had her reception at Langrish House.  Congratulations Nic and Amy on your beautiful baby boy.


8th March 2015

Well Done Robina!
Start of Cape Town Cycle Tour 2015

Earlier today Langrish House owner Robina Talbot-Ponsonby and her son Zander joined 35,000 other cyclists for the Cape Town Cycle Tour 2015.

Despite fires which have been raging on the Cape Town peninsular for the last week, organisers decided the race would still go ahead, albeit on a different route, to show solidarity with the firefighters and those who have lost their homes #Showyoucaresolidarityride.

The safety of cyclists could not be guaranteed on Chapman’s Peak which ruled out using this famous landmark for the 2015 event.  Heat from the fires caused rocks to expand making them unstable and rock falls occurred. Soot and ash covered the road on Ou Kaapse Weg which would have presented a considerable health risk to the riders. Cape Town Cycle Tour has been held for 38 years and this was the first time the route had to be altered.

Nine months of training paid off for Robina however. She is pictured below with Zander proudly displaying their medals for completing the course "We finished despite RTP falling off TWICE (once even before the race!!) Much to my surprise I was NOT the slowest!! AND we never once had to get off and push!".

Well done Robina and Zander, we are extremely proud of you both (and we love the Union Jack on your helmet!).

Robina is raising money through sponsorship for The Rosemary Foundation, Hospice at Home, in Petersfield. Her MyDonate page will remain open for donations until 8th June.

Cape Town Cycle Tour 2015


March 2015 

Robina Enters Cape Town Cycle Tour

Cape Town Cycle TourLangrish House owner, Robina Talbot-Ponsonby has set herself an enormous challenge on behalf of The Rosemary Foundation, Hospice at Home, of which she is a trustee. Next week she travels to South Africa to take part in the Cape Town Cycle Tour – the largest, timed cycling event in the world.

“Just once I wanted to challenge myself physically and help others whilst doing so. I had no conception of the enormity of what I was taking on and despite hours and hours of training since last June, I cannot be sure I will actually complete the full 109km (with the occasional, enormous hill en route) however you know I will give it my best shot.”

On the morning of Sunday, 8th March, Robina will be one of the 35,000 cyclists lined up to ride the 109km route through some of the world’s most spectacular scenery that includes the iconic Table Mountain as a backdrop. All of us at Langrish House would like to wish her the very best of luck!

If you would like to sponsor Robina, please visit her My Donate page. All funds raised will go to The Rosemary Foundation.


17th October 2014

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Langrish House owners, Nigel and Robina Talbot-Ponsonby received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the East Hampshire Business Awards 2013.

Pictured here left to right: Cllr. Ferris Cowper, Leader East Hampshire District Council, Nigel and Robina Talbot-Ponsonby, Damian Hinds, MP for East Hampshire.

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