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Caprice Guest House
Bonnets Lane

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Caprice bed and breakfast is a small, friendly, family-run Guest House, offering quality accommodation at affordable prices. Whilst situated in a rural country lane, surrounded by open fields and farmland, the BnB is only two miles from Crawley town centre and industrial estate and within walking distance of several pubs and restaurants. The B&B is also a short distance from several main line train stations (London 45 mins, Brighton 30 mins) and only two miles south of London's Gatwick Airport. Whether you are just flying out of Gatwick, working in the town or visiting family and friends, "Caprice" is ideal for that overnight stay or longer. Crawley is busy town with many shops, sports facilities, cinemas and theatres, it has also excellent links to London and is only a short drive or bus journey to Gatwick International Airport. Gatwick Airport is London’s second Airport and is one of the largest Airports in Europe, Caprice Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to stay over prior to a flight or as a base from which to explore London and the surrounding Sussex countryside. It is also only a short drive to the M”3 which will take you to Brighton and the South Coast in under 45 minutes.

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