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Summer Guide: 4 Unmissable South East Attractions

Summer is just around the corner, and we can’t wait for it to arrive. With the days getting longer and hotter, it is time to start planning some fun things to do. If you are lucky enough to stay in Gatwick this year, you will find that there are loads of places you might […]

By |May 25th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off

Planning A Holiday? Important Things You Should Know About Flying From Gatwick Airport

It is almost summer, which means that jet-setting holiday-makers are raring to go. If you are planning a holiday abroad, there are some crucial things that you need to know. Gatwick Airport is one of the most popular airports in the UK. Every year, thousands and thousands of people use this place to fly […]

By |April 20th, 2015|Gable End News, Gatwick B&B, Gatwick Bed and Breakfast, Gatwick Guest House|Comments Off

Your Last Minute Planning Guide: Fun Things to Do Over the Easter Break in Gatwick

Easter is just around the corner. But, if you have been less than organised this year, you are probably in a quandary about what you should do for the long break.

Gatwick and the surrounding areas, offer a wealth of fun and exciting things to do during the Easter holidays. Whether you have an extended […]

By |March 20th, 2015|Gable End News|Comments Off

Things to See and Do: Visiting Gatwick in the Spring

Gatwick is so much more than an airport town. If you are in Gatwick and you are about to jet off on your holidays, you need to explore the area before you leave. After all, the rolling countryside, heritage sites and incredible shopping experiences are not to be missed.

 

Gatwick truly comes alive in the […]

By |February 21st, 2015|Gable End News, Gatwick B&B, Gatwick Bed and Breakfast, Gatwick Guest House|Comments Off

Making the Most of Your Stay in Gatwick

Gatwick has become something of a legend when it comes to lively airport towns. The pretty countryside that surrounds Gatwick is a must-see for any tourist. Of course, many people use Gatwick as a gateway to the rest of the world. But, that doesn’t mean that you have to ignore the Gatwick and West […]

By |January 17th, 2015|Gable End News, Gatwick B&B, Gatwick Bed and Breakfast, Gatwick Guest House|Comments Off

Gatwick Airport

This month we thought we would change our blogging game slightly and write a little bit about the history of Gatwick airport, seeing as we call ourselves a Gatwick Bed and Breakfast. We could spend all day telling you about how grand and magnificent Gatwick Airport is, although we are sure you don’t choose […]

By |December 5th, 2014|Gatwick Bed and Breakfast|Comments Off

Top 5 Towns to See in West Sussex

Arundel
Arundel takes on the role of being West Sussex’s picture perfect postcard town. It’s a place where fairytales are born and history can be seen. This hilly West Sussex town is filled with incredible examples of Georgian and Victorian homes, and is dominated by the presence of the magnificent Arundel Castle and the town […]

By |November 17th, 2014|Gatwick Guest House|Comments Off

Why Travel Europe in the Winter

As the weather begins to change and the light starts to fade, we all know winter is well on its way. As a general unwritten rule of thumb, winter seems to be the time of hibernation for most people, so why should follow the crowd and ignore the opportunities to get out there and […]

By |October 27th, 2014|Gatwick B&B|Comments Off

Winter Destinations from Gatwick

With Christmas just around the corner it’s probably time to put your heads together and start considering what to do with your Christmas break. Where should you go this year and what should you do there?

If you live in the South East, Gatwick should be your number one airport of choice for a variety […]

By |October 10th, 2014|Gatwick Bed and Breakfast|Comments Off

Why September is the Best Month For a Break

Ah, September. The month when the brightness and heat fades out, to be replaced by the golden glow of impending autumn, rainy days, and the reappearance of jumpers and coats. The children, fresh from six weeks off, return to school in new oversized jumpers, with a pencil case of shiny new pens. The house […]

By |August 29th, 2014|Gatwick Guest House|Comments Off