UNIQUE RESTAURANT IN RUNNYMEDE
Langton’s Restaurant and Bistro is set within Audley Cooper's Hill and the beautiful grounds of the 66 acres of the Magna Carta Park in the village of Englefield Green, near Runnymede in Surrey. Surrounded by stunning English countryside and within a stone’s throw of London, Langton’s boasts sweeping grounds and an impressive house, bursting with character and contemporary charm.
RICH WITH HISTORY
Built as a private residence in the mid-nineteenth century, Cooper’s Hill was converted into the Indian Civil Engineering College in 1871, and remained so until 1905. For the next 30 years the building was again privately owned, before being sold to London’s County Council in 1934 and used as a teacher training college. Now an Audley luxury retirement village, Cooper’s Hill offers owners the chance to live in a building rich with history.
Now restored, the Victorian Gothic centrepiece building houses a luxury health club, a swimming pool, gym, restaurant, bar and bistro.
FINE DINING IN MAGNA CARTA PARK
Langton’s sets the standards for fine dining within Englefield Green. Expertly balancing modern culinary feats with heart-warming classics, the menu appeals to a broad range of diners.
For those looking to be a little more spontaneous with their visit, Langton’s bistro offers a more relaxed dining experience with freshly cooked breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas and cocktails throughout the day.
Home to The Royal Holloway University of London and bordering the town of Egham, Englefield Green is a peaceful village near Windsor and Runnymede with direct links to London. Englefield Green is also home to University of London, Windsor Great Park, Magna Carta Park and minutes away from Virginia Water, Sunningdale and Ascot.
In Windsor there is a great variety of places to shop and explore, including majestic Windsor Castle – open to visitors all year round. Nestled beside the castle, the historic Theatre Royal Windsor offers a wide range of quality drama, comedy, musicals and opera throughout the year.
Magna Carta Park sits alongside the River Thames in the county of Surrey – where the sealing of the Magna Carta, by King John of England, famously took place in 1215. Nearby is Windsor Castle, Savill Garden and Windsor Great Park with its impressive 4,800 acres of land, award-winning gardens, ancient woodland and winding forest trails. There’s also the beautiful lake, ornamental Cascade Waterfall and tranquil woodland shores of Virginia Water, ever-popular with walkers, cyclists and families.
Englefield Green is just 5 minutes from Egham and has easy access to the M25. London and Reading are only 40 minutes by train and Heathrow airport is just 7 miles away.