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Cambridge jewel also rated among best in the world


Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa has been honoured as the best Canadian hotel by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine in the 24th annual Readers’ Choice Awards. The property, widely celebrated for its Five Diamond dining experience, tranquil grounds, and luxurious amenities also placed 42nd on the World Top 100 List (in a three way tie with the Mandarin Hotel, Prague and the Ayana Resort & Spa, Bali).

“We are truly honoured that the readers of Condé Nast Traveler chose us as the best hotel in Canada.” Says Mary Beaton, co-owner of Langdon Hall. Adds her partner, William Bennett, “Receiving this award is especially meaningful as it comes directly from loyal guests who have championed us - we look forward to continuing to exceed their expectations.”

Condé Nast Traveler is known for several industry-recognized awards held every year. To achieve the results this year, the magazine tabulated votes from 28,876 readers, evaluating almost 10,000 properties and destinations. This is Langdon Hall’s first time placing first on the Best Hotel in Canada list.

For more information about Langdon Hall or to make reservations, please visit or call 1-800-268-1898.

About Langdon Hall:

Surrounded by 200 acres of expansive gardens and trails, Langdon Hall is not so much a dining venue as a vacation destination. Built in 1898 as the lavish summer home of Eugene Langdon Wilks, the hotel exudes charm and character, impeccably maintained in the grandeur that was de rigueur among the American upper class a century ago. Since Langdon Hall began its transformation into a hotel in 1987, the mansion and its graciously renovated former staff quarters and farm buildings now offer a total of 52 luxurious guest suites, a full service spa and an a collection of private dining rooms with wood burning fireplaces. Langdon Hall is a member of the respected Relais & Chateaux brand.

About Condé Nast Traveler

Travel publications often accept free travel and accommodations. Condé Nast Traveler does not. Unique among travel magazines, Condé Nast Traveler writers pay their own way and travel unannounced. These guiding principles create independence from the travel industry allowing writers to report honestly and fairly about all aspects of travel. This method of truthful travel journalism has earned Condé Nast Traveler six National Magazine Awards, the highest honour in magazine publishing worldwide.