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George Hotel

George Hotel

Dating back to 1615 this former Coaching Inn, is steeped in history and character. Located in Crawley town centre, and all the major restaurants, bars, fitness facilities and shopping areas are within 5-10 walking distance. ... More | visit website

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Clarion Hotel and Leisure Centre Gatwick

Clarion Hotel and Leisure Centre Gatwick

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Newly refurbished 4 star hotel. The hotel is ideally situated 5 km from Gatwick International Airport.246 bedrooms, 2 restaurants, 1 bar, leisure centre including indoor ... More

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Holiday inn London Gatwick Worth

Holiday inn London Gatwick Worth

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The Holiday inn London Gatwick Worthis a modern 3 star hotel in the very heart of Sussex Countryside. The hotel is set in 60 acres of Crabbet Park. The hotel is within ... More | visit website

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Heathy Farm

Heathy Farm
Come and stay in our historic hotels in West Sussex and enjoy a great value bed and breakfast break.
Below is list of Inns and Hotels that can be booked online or by phone. Also a ... More | visit website

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