No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Langton House
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Langton House Windsor
Travel Blogs from Windsor
Windsor Castle was our first stop. This is where the Queen spends most of her time. The royal family took their surname from this place as prior to this they had a German surname. When WW1 started they changed it to disassociate themselves with Germany. The castle was magnificent but you were not allowed to take photos inside. Cherry and I decided that it was too much opulence and really felt sorry for the royals having to live in ...
... that run. It even has running water through its tiny pipes and toilets that flush.
Next we enter the China Museum, and Drawing Gallery. In the Drawing Gallery we read diary entries from Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth. We were delighted to read the original letter of condolence from Abraham Lincoln upon the death of King Albert, Queen Victoria’s great love.
But most regal ...
... can get a good shot! Never mind - Hakuna Matata. We got back to Hotel and got sorted out for tonight's show and went back to the DLR. What luck, the train was in the station and it was just about to leave, so we jumped on it. To our surprise it went in the wrong direction, - Hakuna Matata! We went for dinner pre-show and on to the theatre. We saw the show, got out afterwards and got a taxi to the DLR, except he dropped us in the wrong place! ...
... He had a small little porch he called his classroom and gave us a half hour on beekeeping. We then got to taste honey, honey mixed with pollen and whipped honey. We bought a jar of the whipped honey - it will go perfectly with peanut butter. We had a pleasant ride down to Maslinica and arrived as the ship was docking. There were a horde of tourists who wanted to board other boats that were docking next to ours. It made loading the bicycles somewhat difficult. After departing, ...
... caught up with is at Stonehenge. We were soaked. It is a bit of a trek around it, as well as from the bus to the visitor center. So glad I brought my umbrella, but it didn't seem to help overall. Snuck some good pics, gazed in amazement at the mystery of the rock formations, then got the H-E-Double Hockey sticks out of there. Some delicious Chinese food and a bed was in order this evening--we are all cold and wet--and horrible ...