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Langley Wood House
Hamptworth Road
Redlynch

Woodfalls
Hampshire

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Langley Wood House is the Dower House on the 3000 acre Hamptworth estate in the northern part of the New Forest and is located in the Natural England SSSI designated ancient woodland which is known as Langley Wood. Recently refurbished the house will take you back in time to an era of Edwardian Luxury. Your hosts, David and Kate Kenyon are well travelled and have both enjoyed varied careers. David, following 18 Years service in the Army is now the National Director for the British Deer Society. Kate is the events director on the family estate but her previous employment, all in London, includes the luxury travel industry, Christies auctioneers and for 4 years as a Lady Clerk at Buckingham Palace.

Langley Wood House has 6 ensuite rooms and the principle reception rooms are available for guests to use throughout their stay. The house is decorated and furnished with original paintings and antique furniture of the period.

Pets - Dogs are welcome in the public rooms but are not allowed in bedrooms. Langley wood has two secure kennels available free to guests.

Children - There are no family rooms at Langley Wood house. Children under 12 by arrangement only and usually only if the house is taken by one party.

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