Rosemead Guest House Gatwick

specialoffers1Rosemead 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 Horley offering 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 bed & breakfast continues as a 4-Star and Silver Award winning guest house with Quality in Tourism means 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.

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

  1. Great value Gatwick Stay, Park & Fly Offers
  2. Free Parking for guests whilst staying
  3. 24-hour FREE airport shuttle service TO Gatwick only takes 5 minutes!
  4. 4-Star Silver Award Gatwick accommodation
  5. Not on the flight path but Gatwick Airport is only 1 mile away!
  6. Central Horley location, close to pubs & restaurant s
  7. Short walk to mainline railway station; 45 minutes by train to London
  8. Free Wi-Fi in every room as well as free use of a guest computer
  9. All Rooms with private bathrooms, CTV & full central heating
  10. Full English breakfast served 07.30 – 08.30 @ £3 per person extra
  11. Continental self-service breakfast for early departures
  12. Families welcome – cots & highchairs available
  13. Pet friendly hotel


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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.



24 Hours in Gatwick: Seeing the Sights


Gatwick: the beautiful south. When it comes to picturesque and pretty towns, they don’t come much better than Gatwick and the surrounding areas. If you are heading down to the Rosemead Guest House this year, you may want to make the most of your trip. Why not spend a few hours exploring this fantastic part of the country?


There are so many things to see and do, that you may need longer than 24 hours! Of course, if you are keen to get going, one day could be just enough. Make sure that you see everything that you need within the Surrey and Gatwick areas!


So, you have just 24 hours in Gatwick? There are some truly great things that you can do during your short and sweet trip.


Coast to Coast


Coastline to coastline, Gatwick has it all. Heading slightly out of Horley and Gatwick to Brighton is an excellent way to whittle away a day. With a fantastic pebble beach and a lively pier to take advantage of, you can soak up some of that famous south east England sun. Brighton has fantastic shops, vivid nightlife and a collection of some of the best alternative arts in the country. Brighton Marina provides a wealth of leisure and retail facilities located right on the seafront. What a way to spend a day!


Shopping, Dining and Drinking


Of course, you may want to stay a little closer to Horley and Gatwick as a whole. But, that doesn’t mean that you are restricted to things to do. On the contrary, Gatwick offers an incredible shopping experience for those that want to head right into the picturesque towns. The quaint city of Horley doesn’t have a super sized shopping mall. But if you want an authentic retail experience, there are a whole host of independent shops in the area. All of which are located against a backdrop of pretty architecture and pleasant green spaces.


You may want to spend your 24 hours somewhere a little more lively. The quirky medieval town of Lewes is a gorgeous place to visit. Independent shops are littered across the area and make for a truly unique experience.


When it comes to fine dining, you are not short of places to visit. There is a wealth of pubs, eateries and restaurants to suit every palate and taste. From Chinese cuisine to traditional British pub grub, there is something for everyone to stave off those hunger pains!


Escape to the Country


Escaping to the country has never been easier in Gatwick and Surrey as a whole. Rolling hills and lavish countryside are sure to suit all kinds of people. Whether you want a brisk walk to soak up the gorgeous scenery or a stop off for a picnic, the countryside holds a lot of appeal for many.


One of the best things about the national parks that encompass the region is that there are a lot of pubs to take advantage of. So, if you have a short 24 hour stay, you can make sure that you are taking in the breathtaking landscape and stopping off for a leisurely bite to eat too.


With only 24 hours to spend in Gatwick, you are truly spoilt for choice for things to do!


A Travellers Guide to Getting Around Gatwick


Gatwick is a great destination for the ardent traveller. It provides an easy access to the airport, which can take you almost anywhere in the world. Travelling in and around Gatwick is simple. So, if you are heading on a summer holiday for a week or two, you can make sure that your travel plans are not impaired in any way.


Travelling Around Gatwick


Whether you are coming from up North or down South, Gatwick is one of the most accessible places in the country. If you’re coming from London, there are tube and overline links to get you to Gatwick town. One of the most appealing things to tourists is that Gatwick is easy to reach via a wide range of train networks. What's more, there are a wealth of developed motorways that take you to the hub of the town. See, we told you travelling to Gatwick was trouble-free!


Heading to Gatwick by Train


There is a wealth of transportation options when travelling into Gatwick. Travelling by train is often preferred due to the high-speed rail links and the ease of access via London Victoria. As the Gatwick Express provides trains every 15 minutes from Central London to Gatwick, it makes sense to use these services. They are often an affordable option too. Typically, this journey time is around 30 minutes. So, if you want to beat the mad dash and relax on your trip to Gatwick, the Gatwick Express is the obvious choice.


But, of course, Gatwick is not just desirable for those that are travelling from London. There are a raft of train services from the rest of the country that take you directly to the Airport and surrounding areas. Heading from Brighton and Eastbourne is painless. What’s more, Portsmouth, Southampton and Guilford travellers can all benefit from direct rail access. Of course, there are connections from the North too.


Travelling by Road


Of course, the great British Motorway has become something of a national institution. But, travellers will be thrilled to know that the M25 London Orbital can you get into the heart of Gatwick in no time at all.


Travelling By Bus


Bus may not be the preferred mode of transport. But, it can be a cost-effective way of seeing the glorious countryside that Gatwick and Sussex has to offer. It’s a great way to indulge in local life. For the world hardened travellers, it’s the perfect way to see more of Gatwick life, up close and personal.


International Travel


One of the greatest appeals of Gatwick is that it can be accessed by international travellers. The Euro Tunnel connections make for a comfortable, quick journey. Usually, the Euro Tunnel drops off in Folkestone, making for a smooth trip into the centre of Gatwick using the network of rail facilities in the region.


Great Places to Stay: Finding the Right Accommodation


As with any major airport town, there is a great deal of options for travellers. When it comes to finding accommodation within Gatwick, many people want to be close to the airport. This makes their travel plans easier to execute. There are a number of places to stay. There are the typical chain hotels that are situated in proximity to the airport. Of course, if you want a personal, welcoming touch a Gatwick B and B, like the Gable End Guest House, can provide you with a warm welcome and a comfortable stay.

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