Gatwick Guest House

Gatwick Gable End Guest House is a beautiful Edwardian House that was originally opened for business in March 1995. Mary, Joseph and their girls acquired the business in August 2000 and offer a warm Irish welcome to their family run guesthouse, only five minutes from Gatwick airport.

Conveniently located near Gatwick Airport
Family oriented bed & breakfast accommodation      
Start the day with a cooked English breakfast
Visit London without paying London hotel prices
Courtesy transportation to and from Gatwick Airport
Car parking available for guests and non-guests
Free Wi-Fi access

About Gable End Guest House

Gatwick Gable End Guest House is a beautiful Edwardian House that was originally opened for business in March 1995. Mary, Joseph and their girls acquired the business in August 2000 and offer a warm Irish welcome to their family run guesthouse, only five minutes from Gatwick airport.

We provide courtesy transfers from 7am to 9pm, outside these hours a taxi will cost approximately £5.

We have free Wi-Fi access which is for use with your own laptop throughout the house.

We are a completely NON SMOKING guest house. All our rooms are ensuite with tea/coffee making faclities; TV, hairdryer and iron are available on request. We serve a hearty English / vegetarian cooked breakfast from 7.30am to 9am. Outside these hours we serve a substantial continental breakfast of cereals, juices, fresh fruits, yogurts, toast and tea or coffee.

We offer car parking for Gatwick airport for our guests and also non guests at reasonable rates.

We ask you to please give a 48 hour notice to cancel with no penalty to you. Cancelations made within 48 hours will be subject to full payment of the booking.

We hope we can be of service to you and look forward to hearing from you.

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