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Longstowe Hall

Dining Out

 

Treat your staff, family and clients to lunch or dinner for up to 150 persons in our marquee.

 

 

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Explore the Gardens

 

Welcome and Introduction by the  owners. The Gardens at Longstowe offer an opportunity to see the season long impact of an Edwardian garden, with a wide range of perennial plants in the double herbaceous borders, and the Italianate rose garden with its formal box parterres.

 

Surrounding these two formal features are the lawns landscaped with many varieties of trees, with an especially fine cut leaf beech.

 

Accompanied with your  lunch, afternoon teas, drinks reception and canapes or dinner. With live jazz, strings or harp and the option to round off the evening on the dance floor.

Longstowe Hall
Longstowe Hall

Discover the history of Longstowe Hall

 

Welcome and introduction by the owners. Lying off the Ermine Way, the great road north, that connected Roman London with York, Longstowe is an ancient place which flourished in the reign of Elizabeth I with the construction of the Hall on its present site. 

 

The Hall and landscape developed over the centuries to its heyday in the Edwardian period, when the Great Hall was remodelled using the finest craftsmen of the period under the supervision of architect Sir John Simpson and the current owner's great grandfather William Briscoe.

 

Accompanied with your choice of lunch, afternoon teas, drinks reception and canapes or dinner. With live jazz, strings or harp and the option to round off the evening on the dance floor.