Langdon Court is a stunning 16 century Grade II* listed Jacobean Manor House Hotel in Wembury, South Devon.

The house has a rich history from its medieval origins. Once owned by the Crown, it was subsequently inherited by Catherine Parr after the death of King Henry VIII. In the early 20th century Langdon Court attracted royalty as a place frequented by King Edward VII who was often a guest of the Cory Family.

Langdon Court stands in 10 acres of grounds including the Grade II listed English Renaissance gardens which were created by the Calmady Family who owned Langdon Court until 1875.

The house and gardens are now owned by the President of the Restaurant Association of Great Britain and founder of The Nth Degree Global, Robert Walton MBE and his wife ‘Jean Queen’ denim designer Donna Ida Thornton. Robert is respected in the hospitality industry for encouraging talent in the restaurant sector as the chairman of the World Young Chef Young Waiter competition. He is also a keen advocate of good food and healthy eating with his popular cooking series Dazzler Does on Instagram. Donna founded her eponymous fashion brand in 2006 for the girl whose wardrobe is centred around denim.

Robert and Donna's combined skills are being put to good use as they sensitively repair and restore Langdon to its former glory with a view to reopening in Spring 2023.

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