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Langley Hall is an Edwardian Mansion built in 1903 for the then Anglican Bishop of Bendigo and is now fully restored and refurbished as a private elegant and restful bed and breakfast accommodation. With opulent furnishings, this property is abundant with original art work and fine antiques. This large imposing residence with its ample verandas and vast gardens provides the opportunity for guests to enjoy areas of quiet relaxation.

Upon entering Langley Hall one immediately senses the vastness and generous proportions of this historic property. For our guest's comfort and convenience we offer several public areas - the Formal Lounge Room, the Parlour and the Drawing Room, all furnished to encourage you to make the most of your time with us.

The elegant bedrooms have ensuites or private bathrooms, all with fine furnishings, heating, cooling and remote TV, plus all the superior accoutrements you would expect to find in a boutique hotel.

The style of accommodation at Langley Hall complements the other grand facades and fine buildings which bear witness to the wealth created in Bendigo during its heyday in the 1850s as a major gold mining centre.