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Luton Hoo Hotel/Spa/Golf

Another recycled thread from the early days of STA, this time from a still-regular poster @Barrowman

Sadly the photos don’t show up, and won’t allow me to “copy the images”. Any chance of you reinserting those images barrowman, as the ones you can see from the website look well worth a “second glance”.

And this is the building itself, almost all the land you can see belongs to Luton Hoo.



This looks stunning,what a beautiful hotel,what certainly consider this if I had a Luton flight.


This looks amazing – we already had a review about Luton Hoo on the Silver Travel Advisor site http://www.silvertraveladvisor.com/Revi … ductReview but the reviewer didn’t add any photos which is a pity because words don’t do justice.
We will add a link from the main review so people can look at your photos.


Luton Hoo
Beyond the magnificent facade of the Mansion House which greets guests on arrival, lies a 5 star hotel on the border of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, which is like no other in the home counties.

The J Baldwin Hall

History is soaked into the stones of Luton Hoo. The architect of the original Mansion House in 1767 was the famous champion of neo-classicalism, Robert Adam.

Every effort has been made to preserve and restore the original ambience and this is reflected in the attention to detail with which they have decorated and furnished each individual room and suite.

Luton Hoo certainly sets the standard for all the other luxury hotels in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire to follow. There is a wide range of room and suite options to suit all tastes and budgets, and each one has been individually furnished and decorated to reflect its unique character, sometimes featuring silk lined and panelled walls, marble fireplaces and ornately decorated ceilings. Nearly all of the rooms also afford stunning views of the gardens and rolling parkland beyond. Oh and the bonus is its handy for Luton airport and the railway station as well.


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