Thomas Sinden has completed works to the Marriott Langley Park House Hotel, now known as The Langley, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Iver, Buckinghamshire.

Thomas Sinden was appointed by Brookfield Multiplex to carry out extensive works on the Main House, The Clock House and The Winter Garden including window replacements, roof repairs and restoration to the Grade II listed Langley Park mansion, which was originally built in 1755.

Graeme Sinden, Director of Thomas Sinden comments, “We are delighted to have completed the work on The Langley. The stunning Grade II listed building was vacant for over a decade so it is wonderful to see it brought back to life and fully refurbished into a five star hotel. We have extensive experience working on restoration projects and our team worked closely with Gibberd Architects to ensure a high quality finish which was in keeping with the heritage of the building. Sustainability was also a key factor and materials such as lead and slate were recycled throughout the project.”

Designed by influential British architect Stiff Leadbetter, Langley Park House was an important Palladian mansion house, together with an independent Brewhouse building, which dates largely from 17th Century. Planning permission was granted to convert the listed building into a five star hotel featuring 17 en-suite bedrooms together with an additional 21 bedrooms in the nearby clockhouse.

Set within a 12 hectare park and woodland setting, the project also included a major subterranean extension to provide a luxury spa and swimming pool facility, set entirely beneath an existing car park, a small new build extension to the grade II listed Brewhouse and the refurbishment and reconfiguration of the existing Winter Garden to provide a grand function space for use by the hotel.