Gatwick Guest House
Gatwick Gable End Guest House is a beautiful Edwardian house, which has been welcoming visitors from far and wide since 1995. Mary, Joseph and their girls acquired the business in August 2000, and offer a warm Irish welcome to their family-run guest house, only five minutes from Gatwick airport.
Not only the ideal location for your airport stopover, Gable End is situated right in the heart of the beautiful south east of England. With easy, regular train services to London, as well as other nearby cities including Brighton, Chichester, Guildford and Portsmouth, Gable End is also a great base from which to enjoy a ‘holiday at home’ here in the UK. From couples looking for an inexpensive long weekend away from everyday life, to families or even groups of friends hoping to discover this beautiful part of England, when you choose Gable End, you’ve certainly come to the right place!
Our friendly, personal service and comfortable, homely surroundings make a real change from cold, impersonal Gatwick hotels. If you’re looking for a warm welcome, smiling service, and charming surroundings, Gable End has everything you could ask for. Get in touch today and find out more about booking a stay at Gatwick’s favourite B&B.
About Gable End Guest House
What We Offer
- We are a completely non-smoking guest house. All our rooms are en suite, with tea/coffee making facilities. A television, hair dryer and iron are available on request. We serve a hearty Full English (or vegetarian) cooked breakfast from 7.30am to 9am. Outside these hours, we serve a substantial continental breakfast of cereals, juices, fresh fruits, yoghurt, toast, and tea or coffee.
- We provide courtesy transfers from 7am to 9pm. Outside these hours, a taxi will cost approximately £5.
- We have free Wi-Fi access for use with your own laptop throughout the house.
- We offer car parking for Gatwick airport for our guests, and also for non-guests at reasonable rates.
We ask you to please give 48 hours’ notice to cancel with no penalty to you. Cancellations made within 48 hours will be subject to full payment of the booking.
We hope we can be of service and look forward to hearing from you!
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