Tuesday, October 6, 2015


The exterior of Langdon Hall Country House Hotel and Spa, the Relais & Châteaux property  which features 52 luxurious guest suites. The gorgeous location in Cambridge, Ontario is just one reason to visit.

Interacting with guests in the dining room, taking them on foraging tours on Langdon Hall's grounds and picking vegetables in the beautiful garden, Chef Jason Bangerter is electric as he speaks about food.  "Being here has revitalized me," he says.


Recently awarded the 2015 Relais & Chateaux – Rising Chef Trophy, Chef Jason Bangerter creates a colourful plate of foraged ingredients as the focal point of a plate featuring farmer's hands.

The grounds feature a British style garden replete with flowers, fruits and vegetables.

A basket of freshly foraged ingredients for tonight's menu, in the background one of the hotel's water features. 

Lounge chairs beneath a portico near the hotel's pool.

A sun room leads to the original residence (each room on the ground floor is now used for meetings and private events is decorated uniquely).

The hotel is a font of tranquility and relaxation.

'Terroir'- a visual and flavour feast of intoxiating herbs and berries foraged from around the property at Langdon Hall.

A path leads to the Spa (plans are in the works for a brand new spa and more rooms).

Afternoon tea served in classic British style by pastry chef Rachel Nicholson

Initially built as a country estate by wealthy American Eugene Langdon Wilks in 1902, Langdon Hall Country House Hotel and Spa has all the grandeur of an old world chateau. Situated in Cambridge, Ontario the hotel's spectacular grounds feature a Victorian style garden, greenhouses, pool, and trails amidst Canadian forest. Flowers blossom at every turn, and native herbs grow wild in the surrounding primeval forest.

While the Hall itself is spectacular with its Federal Revival style architecture, the food inspired by local, seasonal ingredients is equally astounding. Chef Jason Bangerter uses the natural colours of locally foraged plants to offset white plates and infuses modern techniques and playful artistry in his food.

At the spa, an array of treatments help to revive the senses after a long flight. Our stable loft suite is spacious, with a sitting area and wood burning fireplace that makes it even more cozy.

Read more in the Winter 2015/16 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.

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