The Manor House
Originally Stone Farm, the property was bought by Samuel Lang (brother-in-law of the Duke Of Bedford) and developed into four villas, Langstone Villas, surrounded by the pleasure grounds (as per deeds) in 1871. These villas were probably used by mine workers. Subsequently, the whole building was developed into the Manor house and an extension added.
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Previous tenants of the Manor House include family of the Writer/Poet Coleridge. The Manor House was a Country Hotel for many years and then in the early 1960's was split into two and became a camping park. Previous owners have included a pools millionaire and one man that used to bang on the door of your caravan if you were using too much water! Jane and David, previously Dairy farmers from Lancashire, have been at Langstone since 1999 with Karen and Vicky and their dog Izzy coming on board in 2006.
Other team members at Langstone include Mercury the posh campsite cat and Lovely Tail and her feathered friends.
The Manor House houses the Langstone Bar with a dining room, woodburning stove and games room. Evening meals are served every night at high season and at weekends throughout the year (off-peak mid-week meals can be made available by special arrangement).
The games room houses air hockey, table football and a pool table. We operate a non-smoking policy in all the indoor areas.
A local real ale is available at peak times.
Our terrace is the perfect setting to relax and unwind at the end of the day. No loud music, no traffic noise, stunning starry skies, peace and quiet and of course, a friendly atmosphere.