B and Bs in Gatwick

Cumberland House
39 Brighton Road
Horley

Gatwick
Surrey

RH6 7HH | View map
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Cumberland House is a friendly family-run Victorian Guest House, offering excellent quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation. Conveniently situated only five minutes from London's Gatwick Airport (yet away from the flight path), and within easy walking distance of numerous shops and restaurants, with a traditional 16th Century Riverside Pub ('Ye Olde Six Bells') only 250 yards away. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, Free-View TV, tea & coffee making facilities and radio/alarms. Free Wi-Fi for your own laptop throughout the house.

Being a family-run bed and breakfast, Cumberland House is happy to 'go the extra mile' to make sure you enjoy your stay whether it be business or pleasure. We can make your visit to Gatwick a truly relaxing and enjoyable experience; so if you require any further information or would like to make a booking please contact Carmel or Clive, by telephone, E-mail or you can even book direct from our main website.

Free transport to and from Gatwick between 5am and 23:59.
Gatwick Parking only 25.00 per week.

Details

Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6
Nearest Airport: London Gatwick

Price per Room:

Double: 50 for 2 People - Single occupancy - 45
Suite: Triple room for 3 People: 65 - Family of 4: 75; Family of 5: 80
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Facilities

Parking - 25 per week
Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year
TV in Rooms

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