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Lawn Guest House (The)
30 Massetts Road


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This imposing Victorian house, with many original features, set in pretty gardens is a totally non-smoking establishment. It is 5 minutes drive from Gatwick and 2 minutes walk to the centre of Horley, with its shops, restaurants, pubs and banks. The main line rail station is 300 yards, London (Victoria) being 40 minutes and Brighton being 45 minutes. The 12 bedrooms are light and airy, all being en-suite and with colour TV, hairdryers, tea/coffee/chocolate trays, direct dial phones and full central heating. A full English breakfast is served and/or a healthy alternative - fruit/yoghurt/muesli. Long term holiday parking is available at 3.50 per night.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 4 Stars + Silver Award
AA 4 Stars
RAC 4 Diamonds + Sparkling Diamond

Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
Nearest Airport: London Gatwick

Price per Person

Double: 30 - Triple: 24
Twin: 30
Single: From 45 (single occupancy of twin)
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Children Welcome
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Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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