It’s a Family Affair
Vintage Magazine Tuesday, October 14th, 2014.
The Vintage Magazine is always searching for hotels and restaurants which have something special to offer, and one hotel which meets these criteria is Langrish House. Read more…
Why You’ll Love East Hampshire
Earlier this year Langrish House was visited by a group of archaeologists researching top secret Second World War underground bases. Read the full story in this article which appeared in the Petersfield Herald, 9th September 2012.
Langrish Village Fete
The Langrish House Wedding Fair 2012 – an article in the Petersfield Herald 2nd February 2012
The Winning Secret
An article about Langrish House by Rachel Flint, Hampshire Magazine, December 2010. Read the full story.
Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert, reviews the best and worst of Britain’s hotels and bed and breakfasts, from boutique to budget, countryside to city centre. Here’s what she had to say about Langrish House.
Nestled comfortably in the Meon Valley, a visit to Langrish House was like stepping back in time for Claire Pitcher, but the food was far from traditional. Hampshire Great British Life. Read the full story.
Langrish House History
Meon Matters invited Nigel Talbot-Ponsonby to talk about Langrish House, his family connections with Langrish village and not least a bit about his own family’s history and the future. Read the article here.
A hotel in Hampshire, which was closed for refurbishment, opened its doors to provide food and beds for welcome motorists stranded by last night’s heavy snow fall. The 14-bedroom Langrish House hotel in the village of Langrish – near Petersfield and two miles from the A3 – received the first call from a desperate traveller at 7.50pm.
“We were full within five minutes,” said owner Robina Talbot-Ponsonby, who runs the hotel (pictured below) with her husband Nigel, the founder and executive chairman of chartered surveyors HLL Humberts Leisure. “It was hot coffee, baths and a roaring fire for everyone to try and warm them up.”
At 2am, a further eight desperate motorists arrived at the hotel and were provided with sandwiches and coffee before sleeping on mattresses in the drawing room. “It was all hands to the pump as there was only myself, my wife, two sons and the manager Dan Wilson here because the 20 hotel staff were all on holiday” said Nigel Talbot-Ponsonby. “We had absolutely no hesitation in helping people and we expect to be fully booked again tonight.”
By Janet Harmer,