Attractions near Gatwick Small Hotels
The charming town of Horley - 5 minutes' drive North of Gatwick Airport - offers visitors an excellent mix of local amenities. There are a variety of independent shops including the department store Collingwood Batchellor, major supermarkets, Waitrose and Tesco, as well as wonderful restaurants and traditional pubs, offering a wide choice of international food and drink. There are high-street Hair Salons and a Day Spa, a state-of-the-art Leisure Centre with Swimming Pool and Fitness Gym, Banks, Pharmacies, a Post Office and even a little theatre. Horley Railway Station has services to London & Brighton and is only one stop North of Gatwick Airport railway station(Crawley Station is 2 stops south of Gatwick Airport).
Crawley is 10 minutes' drive South of Gatwick Airport and provides guests with an excellent range of shopping, leisure, business and dining opportunities. The County Mall Shopping Centre has over 30 stores and major brands including M&S, Debenhams, Primark and SuperDry. K2 leisure centre offers more than 40 sports and activities with a fitness centre, 50-metre pool, sauna and 12-metre climbing wall. Crawley Leisure Park has a 12-screen cinema, 10-pin bowling alley and a variety of restaurants. Manor Royal Crawley Business Park is home to some of the area's key businesses.
One of the Gatwick Small Hotels is linked to a vineyard where you can sample the best wine the region has to offer and is close to Horley and Crawley: Denbies Wine Estate. Tulley's Farm is ideal for a family fun day out with 25 seasonal attractions; our Pet Friendly Gatwick Small Hotels will be able to direct you to the local parks to dog walking.
Several National Trust historic houses and gardens are close by including Polesden Lacey, Leith Hill Place, Nyman’s Gardens and Sheffield Park – where you can ride the Bluebell Railway (a steam railway).
Golf lovers, will find a variety of courses in and around Surrey and Sussex.
London can be accessed by rail from Horley, Crawley & Gatwick Airport railway stations, and the journey takes approximatey 36-55 minutes depending upon whether you take a fast or stopping train. There are many things to do in London including the shopper's paradise Oxford Street and the West End 'theatre land'. There are many attractions, too numerous to list but here are a few: Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, London Eye, Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and Madame Tussaud's. You will find a Tourist Infomation Centre at Victoria Station where the staff are happy to advise on what to see and do. Outside Victoria Station there are various bus companies offering hop on/hop off tours of London - including open topped double decke bus tours of London
Gatwick Small Hotels are ideally positioned for Gatwick Airport travel, business and leisure. Please check with individual members for their location and facilities.