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The Gate Hotel
1 Ditchmore lane

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The Gate Hotel is ideally situated 10 minutes walk away from the Railway and Bus Station and very close to the A1M Motorway. The Gate Hotel is a haven of luxury and comfort for businessmen and women. The Gate Hotel also enjoys a number of valued private guests and caters for Wedding Receptions, Business Banquets and Conferences.
Situated in the heart of Stevenage, between the traditional High Street of the Old Town and the modern shopping and leisure facilities of the new town, the Gate Hotel enjoys an unusually tranquil base from which to explore the diversity of Stevenage. With the railway station only 10 minutes walk away, London Kings Cross Station can be reached in less than half an hour - perfect for a car free jaunt to the capital.
Of the Gate Hotel's recently refurbished 40 bedrooms, most are generously sized doubles and all are fully equipped with modern ensuite shower/bathroom, satellite TV, telephone, Internet access, Pay per view Movie channels, iron & ironing board, trouser press, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities.
To further enhance the comfort of your stay, the Hotel has undergone extensive refurbishment to create a large proportion of non smoking rooms as well as a small number of bridal suites, family and ground floor rooms for disabled access.


Number of Rooms: 40
Number Ensuite: 40
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