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Ambers Guest House
The Ambers Guest House
7 Vicarage Lane

Horley
Surrey

RH6 8AR | View map
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The Ambers Guest House Gatwick is ideally located just 4 minutes drive from London Gatwick airport (Free Airport Tranfers are included). Central London is just 30 minutes away on the Gatwick Express or 45 minutes by commuter train from Horley. Although The Ambers Guest House is so close to Gatwick Airport, it is not under the flight path therefore aircraft noise is not a problem. The Ambers Guest House is situated on a quiet side road near the centre of Horley with 17 guest rooms ranging from single, twin, double and family rooms all with ensuite bathrooms, toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, DVD Player, Free WiFi, and a famous free Full English Breakfast. There is also free bottled water, Orange juice and many other complimentary refreshments available. Ironing faciliates, high chairs, cots, hair driers and many other facilities are available free of charge by request, please fee free to ask for anything you need. The guest house has recently been refurbished to an extremely high standard, and offers all the facilities you would expect in a modern hotel, with the charm and personal touch if a guest house run by the owners Clive and Jacqui, who are at your beck and call 24 hours per day. The Ambers Bed & Breakfast can also accommodate parking on site for when you are away, at the best rates around. Please ask for details.

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