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Gatwick Moat House, Horley, Surrey

Gatwick Moat House
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Fully refurbished hotel, situated half a mile from Gatwick airport, this hotel offers an excellent opportunity to stopover. With 125 non-smoking rooms and a shuttle service to and from Gatwick Airport and the railway station.

The hotel benefits from a range of rooms including a fantastic selection of modern family rooms, sleeping families of between 2 and 7 guests. This ensures the ability to meet all of your family requirements. All bedrooms are non-smoking, fully air conditioned, have wireless internet access, Sky TV with optional movies, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and trouser press. The restaurant, bar and lounge offers you the chance to relax and enjoy superb food. An extensive 24 hour room service menu is also in operation. Breakfast also starts early for those sharp getaways. The Best Western Gatwick Moat House is also the perfect base to discover Thorpe Park whilst all the attractions of central London can be reached within 30 minutes on the Gatwick Express. The hotel offers 7 meeting rooms, designed to accommodate a maximum of 40 delegates.


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