Kings Langley Bed and Breakfast Hertfordshire

Royal Bed and Breakfast

Kings Langley Village Bed and Breakfast Accommodation.

5 minutes from the High Street, set back off the road in a leafy garden.

A warm welcome ensured at this quality bed and breakfast,
Organic, En-Suite, Quiet, Charming, lovely house and garden, Family Run Bed and Breakfast in Kings Langley Village

  • Organic Supper available on request
  • Single and Double Accomodation
  • Single £50.00
  • Double £80.00
  • Longer stays, lower prices, call for more

Royal Bed and Breakfast
Love Lane
Kings Langley
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01923 264882


Kings Langley Bed and Breakfast

Quiet Kings Langley Bed and Breakfast Location

Royal Bed & Breakfast in Love Lane Kings Langley Hertfordshire is located is a very quiet leafy lane overlooking Kings Langley village. There is a stunning private rear garden to Royal Bed & Breakfast, with the Guest Dining area overlooking the private rear garden. The main kitchen viewing and dining area are naturally lit through the doors to the private rear garden, in which you can relax in the lovely old summerhouse. One of the bedrooms has double-doors which open to the rear garden. Each of the bedrooms has its own private en suite bathroom. One of the bedrooms is quietly located in the upper part of the private wing.

While you stay with us you might like to discover a little about Kings Langley, this historic English village located just 20 miles north west of central London on the southern edge of the Chiltern Hills, click here for more

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Private rear garden to Royal Bed & Breakfast

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Guest Dining area overlooking rear garden

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Main kitchen viewing dining and rear garden

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Relaxing summerhouse at Royal Bed & Breakfast Kings Langley

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One of the bedrooms with double-doors to private rear garden

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En suite bathroom to each bedroom

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Another bedroom quietly located in the private wing

A potted history of Kings Langley:

Around 1276 Kings Langley manor was purchased by Queen Eleanor and a palace was built on the hill above the village, known today as Langley Hill, to its west with a deer park extending to its south. This gave the village its link to Royalty, first being renamed Langley Regina after its sponsoring queen, and then later changed to Langley Regis and later still by the added name Kings.

The village remained the location of Kings Langley Palace, a royal palace of the Plantagenet kings of England - there was a priory was founded next to the palace and remains of this can still be seen. The palace and the grand church that accompanied the priory fell into disrepair at the Dissolution of the Monasteries and little remains above ground level.

All Saints' Church was built during the 14th century on the site of an earlier church. The body of King Richard II was buried here for a time after his probable murder at Pontefract Castle in 1400. It was later removed to Westminster Abbey. The body of Edmund of Langley, died 1402, the fifth son of Edward III and the first Duke of York, still rests in the memorial chapel of All Saints' Church.

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