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The Langstone Hotel

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Northney Road, Hayling Island, Portsmouth, PO11 0NQ - 

  • Users

    Up to
    150 guests


Situated on Hayling Island, the Langstone Hotel is one of Portsmouth’s most popular wedding venues.
The Hampshire venue has three charming function rooms which are ideal for your wedding celebrations with up to 150 guests. The hotel is also licensed to hold civil ceremonies, allowing you and your guests to spend the whole day in one fantastic location.
The Spinnaker Suite, on the first floor, offers a wonderful space for your wedding reception with 130 guests. The unique suite boasts stunning views of Langstone Harbour and the South Downs. In the evening, the views of the sunset provide the most romantic atmosphere.
The Langstone Suite is a stylish function space. The ground-floor suite can accommodate up to 120 guests for a reception and 180 for a wedding buffet.
The unique venue offers stunning surroundings for your memorable wedding day and our exceptional staff will be on hand to help make it truly special. Drawing upon their wealth of experience, they will ensure that your whole day runs according to plan. To help further, we offer four exclusive wedding packages which include all you could need to put together the perfect day.
We can also provide you and your new spouse with a complimentary room for the perfect start to your married life together. In addition, your guests can enjoy special rates on their overnight accommodation.
For more information about holding your wedding at The Langstone Hotel, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 150

Theatre

Theatre

up to 150

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 20

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 150

Location

Reviews

  • Jill Rebecca Heywood

    May 2024

    Arrived here for a family wedding. Booked in online so hardly any waiting around. Staff were attentive and lovely - carried my case to my room, always ready with a smile and offers to help. Meals were scrumptious and easily altered for my wishes. I was given a wheelchair accessible room, which was brilliant, and the offer of a wheelchair if I got tired of hobbling around on my crutches. The sunset was spectacular on the evening before the wedding and the grounds lovely to peruse at leisure. Lots of chill out space to sit and natter and a well stocked bar. On the day of the wedding I was late because I couldn't find the lift, but a staff member came along and saved me, so I arrived in time to see the vows. More gorgeous food and some lovely speeches made the wedding meal lush and emotional. Then, after a rest, the evening shenanigans began, and as an old fogey I stayed in the bar, chatting, while most of the guests boogied well into the night. Really comfortable bed, which helped me sleep well. The shower needed a couple of minutes to warm up but was lovely and hot once sorted. Had a big smile on my face most of the weekend and felt very relaxed and refreshed as I checked out and said goodbye to family and friends.

  • Kathryn Stewart

    May 2024

    Have stayed here a few times with my choir for a training weekend. The rooms are lovely and the staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. The restaurant has lovely views in all directions. There are a couple of good sized function rooms, one with its own bar.

  • AJai Russell

    May 2024

    Lovely hotel. Undergoing a bit of maintenance but it's not intrusive and needs to happen so don't complain lol. Breakfast was lovely. Staff where brilliant too. Would definitely stay again.

  • Shaunie Harris

    April 2024

    We stayed at the weekend as a wedding anniversary treat away from the children. Check in took quite a while as there was a large queue and only one lady at the desk, not ideal when everyone has lots of bags. We were told by the lady at check in that our dinner reservation included wine but the restaurant told us it in fact didn’t and we were charged for it. When first booking, I was told there would be a complimentary ‘happy anniversary’ dessert plate of some sort in our room on arrival but there was nothing. Our shower had rubbish water pressure, sprayed everywhere and was lukewarm at best. The room was tired looking, with stained floors and furnishings. When we sat for dinner in the restaurant it was extremely noisy with lots of people walking by and shouting outside the door, and the music upstairs was so loud we could barely hear each other speak. Despite all of the issues, the food at the restaurant was amazing and we couldn’t fault any of the courses. The breakfast was also very good. Not sure we would bother to make the trip again though.

  • Devon Baldwin

    May 2024

    Came here for my mums 50th with all the family. Everyone (there was around 25 of us) complained about the FREEZING cold water. I had to refill the kettle and pour boiling water into bath to make it somewhat tolerable for my 10 month old son. Shower head pressure was shocking, it hardly even touched your body, just shot of into a million directions. It was literally ice cold. When we complained they said they ‘turn the hot water off during certain times in day’ which just shouldn’t be a thing. Your a hotel why don’t you have constant hot water for your customers? The room just seemed so dirty, the bin had thick orange rust all around it, bathroom felt like it hadn’t been cleaned, carpet was clearly dirty and stained and felt sticky and my whole room stunk of fish. I thought it was just me that could smell it, until my family came in my room and asked what the strong fish smell was. The hotel gave a small discount to one of my family members and left all the rest of us. They said they’ll give us all a call back and never did. I wouldn’t of wrote this review if you had the decency to call me to sort this out but I don’t think it’s acceptable that because we left your hotel you think you don’t need to deal with the situation.