Rosemead Guest House Gatwick


Rosemead Guest House, in Church Road, Horley, is a charming Edwardian house in the London Gatwick area, set in the quiet, leafy residential Surrey town of Horleyoffering the highest standard of overnight accommodation equivalent to many hotels at Gatwick.

Only 5 minutes from Gatwick Airport but not on the flight path and within walking distance to Horley town centre, it is ideal for those travellers seeking quality airport bed and breakfast accommodation without paying hotel prices.

Location isn't the only key to success; high standards of quality, service, competitive B&B rates, and Fiona Stimpson’s many years’ experience in the hospitality industry, mean that Rosemead continues as a 4-Star guest house and that many guests are repeat customers.

Start your holiday inn Gatwick, check out our Holiday Extras; Stay, Park and Fly deals; holiday parking is available at competitive rates and includes a free shuttle service TO Gatwick. We welcome families as well as pets by arrangement.

Join Rosemead Guest House on Google PlusJust some of the advantages of staying at Rosemead Guest House:

1.     Great value Gatwick Stay, Park & Fly Offers
2.     Free Overnight parking for guests whilst staying at the guest house
3.     24-hour FREE airport shuttle service TO Gatwick only takes 5 minutes!
4.     4-Star Gatwick accommodation
5.     Not on the flight path but Gatwick Airport is only 1 mile away!
6.     Central Horley location, close to pubs, restaurants & shops
7.     Short walk to mainline railway station; with trains to London & the South Coast
8.     Free Wi-Fi throughout the house as well as free use of a guest computer
9.     All Rooms with private bathrooms, Freeview TV & full central heating
10.   Full English breakfast served 07.30 – 08.30 @ £5 per person extra
11.   Continental self-service breakfast for early departures
12.   Families welcome – cots & highchairs available
13.   Pet friendly hotel, by arrangement


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While staying in Surrey, there are an awful lot of things that you might want to do and see. You may have already heard of the main attractions, but what about some of the other places? There are a great many beauty spots in the area. As you may already know, the south of England is famous for its gorgeous countryside and wildlife. If you have some time to spend in the area, you should make sure that you take a look at some of the picturesque places here.


Loseley Park


On the outskirts of Guildford, you will find a rather lovely tourist spot. This house was once home to the More-Molyneux family, whose ancestors still own the estate to this day. The attraction is a popular wedding venue, but when there are no events happening, you can look around the grounds. In the centre of the gardens, you will find an impressive listed building. The house has been the backdrop for many period dramas over the years and was even the setting for The Worst Witch children's show. This attraction is a fantastic place to spend a day or even just a few hours.


Virginia Water Lake


If you and your partner fancy a romantic lakeside walk, why not head down to the Virginia Water Lake? The tourist spot is especially popular during the summer months. The attraction has a rich history, about which you can learn when you visit it. It is well worth packing a picnic for your walk. That way, you can find a pretty spot and have some delicious homemade food. Around the lake, you will find some fascinating woodland. If you look carefully, you might even find a Totem Pole near the lake. The structure was a gift to the Queen and stands somewhere in the vast grounds.


The Village of Shere


This village is a scenic one, which you must see for yourself. While in Surrey, you should take a day trip to this place, which is near Dorking. The village is rife with adorable little cottages and cobbled streets. Again, this area has been the setting for many films. Both ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason’ and ‘The Wedding Date’ used the village as the backdrop for scenes. From quaint cafes to village shops, there is something for everyone here.


Brookwood Cemetery


You might not think that a cemetery would be an attraction, but you are wrong. This place is one of the most stunning in the area, and so is well worth a look if you happen to be passing it. Since it opened back in 1854, the cemetery has gained a reputation for being one of the most intriguing in the country. With Victorian style structures and exotic plants, this area makes for an excellent walk.


Whether you are planning a break or just visiting for a couple of days, there are some fabulous sights to see in Surrey. From country villages to dramatic lakeside walks, there is sure to be something to suit you in this great part of the country.






Food lovers are always on the lookout for the best places to eat around the globe. When you stay near Gatwick, there are loads of quirky little restaurants that you must try. Whether you are filling up before your flight or just having a spot of lunch with your loved ones, there is sure to be a place that suits you. No matter what your budget is or what type of cuisine you fancy, this area has it all. At a mere stone's throw away from London, the area is rife with lovely eateries and pubs. Here are some of the places that you might want to visit.


Gatwick Manor


Pub lunches are always a favourite for us Brits, so why not try one of the best in the region? The Gatwick Manor is a gorgeous 13th-century house, which serves food seven days a week. Serving British classics such as beef lasagne and creamy fish pie, you can't go far wrong with this place. Each night, the pub has a different theme, which means that they have different food offers! Wednesday night is vegetarian night, for example, and so the chef cooks up lots of tasty veggie meals.


Black Horse


If you are looking for a bargain meal, you should head on down to the Black Horse on Reigate Road. The little pub offers a range of wholesome and reasonable meals for people. If you are planning a walk in the scenic Surrey countryside, you could plan to end at the pub. There is a broad range of ales on the bar as well as some delicious and filling meals. From steaks and grills to sharing platters, there is something for everybody at this place. The pub is also the winner of the 2014 OpenTable Diners' Choice Award - what more could you want?



Gatwick Oriental


If pub grub just isn't your thing, you might want to look further afield. Luckily, the area is home to a range of diverse eateries, and so you can take your pick of some exotic cuisines. One such restaurant is Gatwick Oriental. The venue is at the airport itself, which means that it is ideal for a pre-flight meal. Serving a range of oriental food from Malaysia and China, this restaurant is the perfect place to chill out. If you plan to go with a large party of people, make sure that you book in advance. The eatery tends to be popular.  


New Curry Bengal


Looking for some spice? Well, then you ought to take a trip to Station Road, where you will find a cute little Indian restaurant. With curry dishes, tandoori treats and even some oh-so-hot specialities, New Curry Bengal is worth a look. When you visit the place, make sure that you ask your waiter about the specials. He or she will give you some advice and help you choose the perfect meal. If you are feeling a little lazy, this place also delivers.


No matter what you fancy, this area has it all! When you stay near Gatwick, you have your pick of some of the best restaurants in the country. Enjoy!






The Best Bits of Surrey: What to See and Where to Go

Surrey is a beautiful part of the country. The local amenities are in abundance. Gatwick airport is on the doorstep too. But, you don’t have to take a flight out of the UK to see more and experience some amazing things. On the contrary, Surrey has lots to see and do within the county itself. The Rosemead is located perfectly so that you can make the most of your Surrey adventure. If you are keen on seeing more of what Surrey have to offer, you will be amazed.


Let’s take a look at the best bits of Surrey.


Places of History


History sweeps the Surrey County. You cannot turn a corner without seeing a country house or an old palace. The perfect countryside of Surrey makes for a dramatic backdrop for these beautiful places of interest. The most famous house that Surrey has to offer is that of Hampton Court Palace. If you want to learn more about the great monarchs of the country, this is the best place to start. Hampton Court Palace is nothing short of exquisite. It boasts acres and acres of land and is an actual feat of palatial architecture. You can eat, drink and be merry on site too. It’s a gorgeous place to whittle away the hours. You won’t want to leave!


But, if you like your grand houses to be a little less commercial, you need to head to Polesden Lacey. The superb Edwardian house is protected by the National Trust and is picture perfect in every way. Nestled in the heart of the countryside, you can take a picnic with you or head out into the woods for a long, relaxing walk. Now the weather is picking up, it will make for an enjoyable afternoon out.


Romantic Villages


Surrey is the home of romance. So, if you are keen to express yourself on your trip, why not head out to the village of Shere. The short trip from Horley to Shere is fabulous. You can take in the breathtaking scenery and get your fill of local life in these stunning parts of the UK. Shere is the home of the rom-com and many big name films have been shot there. You can see quaint, old-time cottages lining the streets. The wealth of coffee shops and tea rooms means that you won’t have to go hungry. Horley, itself, is not without its charm. The stunning little market town makes for a great retreat. If you want to relax, dine and shop, Horley has these things in abundance.


Getting Back to Nature


As you would expect from the Surrey countryside, there is an overwhelming amount of outdoor pursuits that you can get involved in. Silent Pool Lake is a must-see for those who love to get back to nature. The spring water lake is so calm that it is almost spooky. It’s a gorgeous stretch of land, and the walks are fantastic.  The abundance of farms is sure to be a crowd-pleaser too. Not only can you walk around a working farm, but you can sample the gastro-delights of the farmers market too.


Surrey has so much to offer. It’s time to get exploring and see what Surrey can do for you.


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