(4 star hotel)
including 8 days parking
from the airport
An elegant country house, 10 minutes from the airport
When is a Gatwick airport hotel not a Gatwick airport hotel? When its Stanhill Court; a historic country house, set in more than thirty acres of grounds, with unique bedrooms, filled with character, and a fantastic restaurant, all within easy reach of both Gatwick terminals.
The stately home that's so much more than an airport hotel
Weather conditions beyond your control, meant we had to pay £143 to park at Gatwick on top of the hotel parking which we didn't use as taxi firms could not pick us up ands we had to drive ourselves to the airport.Mr Lonergan (Gatwick Stanhill Court)
Staff very helpful and lovely hotel only wish we could have stayed longer as we were flying off on our holiday early next morning.Mrs Hughes (Gatwick Stanhill Court)
Booked hotel and evening meal at Stanhill Court Hotel. Meal excellent. Bed the worse that I've slept in ever! Parking somewhat haphazard and ended up in woods under trees and not on hard standing. Not a good experience in total except for the meal!Mrs Sands (Gatwick Stanhill Court)
Stanhill Court Hotel really exceeded our expectations. Everything went very smoothly, we had a lovely room, and the taxi service worked very well. A relaxing start to our holiday.Mrs Bossley (Gatwick Stanhill Court)
Everything went smoothly, thank you, facilities excellent and staff very helpful and friendly indeed.Mrs Gill (Gatwick Stanhill Court)
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Overall rating: 88% by 245 guests
Stanhill Court was originally built in 1881 as a family home for the Scottish landowner and Lloyds of London underwriter William Young. The hotel has a warm feel thanks to the carved, pine panelling throughout the hall, minstrel's gallery and barrel roof. There's also a gorgeous window of original stained glass, which depicts the family coat of arms and adds a unique 'wow' factor to the lobby.
Set in 32 acres of gardens, with a further three acres of forest, Stanhill Court has country views from every window, and feels a world away from those hectic runways. The atmosphere here is of understated class, with high-quality furnishings, décor and food, and an emphasis on superior service.
Plenty of space to park in the rolling parklands
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For those travelling to Gatwick airport by car, Stanhill Court is an excellent choice. The hotel is located just a 12-minute drive from junction 10 of the M23 and an easy 10-minute drive from both the north and south terminals, yet offers a country atmosphere to help you relax and get into the holiday mood.
If you choose to stay at Stanhill Court, your best parking option is to leave your vehicle in the hotel's secluded, on-site car park for the duration of your holiday. To get to the airport, simply have the hotel book you a taxi for a flat fee of £10. If youre coming by public transport, Gatwick airport and Horley train station are both about a 10-minute taxi journey away.
Staying at Stanhill Court allows you to start your holiday early, with a memorable dinner in the high-quality Restaurant 1881, which offers truly excellent table dhote dining and has been awarded two AA rosettes. The hotel also has a Patio Bar, which serves a simple menu of sandwiches and mains and is open until 11.30pm for drinks. Theres also free wifi throughout the hotel and a cosy library just off the lobby the perfect place to enjoy a nightcap.
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Character Stanhill Court is a beautiful 19th-century family home, which has been well maintained and faithfully renovated into a hotel bursting with character. The lobby and lounge area has real 'wow' factor, with wood paneling and stained glass, and the rooms exude period glamour with dark wood, antique furniture and high-quality fabrics. This is not just any airport hotel, this is a genuine country house that's your home for the night.
Food and drink The food at Stanhill Court would put many top London restaurants to shame. Restaurant 1881 holds two AA rosettes and offers a very reasonably-priced table dhote two- or three-course menu for both lunch and dinner. The bar also serves a selection of hot and cold meals, and the lounge area is a relaxing place to start your holiday with a fine wine from the hotels extensive list.
Couples The rooms at Stanhill Court, especially the four posters and character rooms, have a romantic and relaxing atmosphere, and Restaurant 1881 is a fairytale dining room, perfect for couples, thanks to its historic fireplace, chandelier and candlelight. Couples can also head out into the grounds to stroll hand in hand and get cosy over drinks in the wood-paneled library.
Arrival at the Stanhill Court
You can check in from 3pm. You must arrive before midnight, as reception shuts between midnight and 7am.
Here are your directions to the hotel:
Exit the M23 at junction 9 and take the second exit at the roundabout onto the A23. You'll pass the south and then the north terminal of Gatwick airport on your left before reaching the Longbridge roundabout. Take the first exit onto Povey Cross Road and continue onto Charlwood Road, then Horley Road. Once you reach the village of Charlwood, there are brown signs directing you to the hotel. Follow these to turn right at the end of the village, just after the Half Moon pub, and then left onto Stanhill. The hotel is about a mile along this road.
Getting to and from LGW airport
When you arrive at the hotel, pre-book your taxi transfer at reception - it will cost £10. On the morning of your flight, it's just 10 minutes to the airport.
Returning to the Stanhill Court
The latest check-out time is 10am.
The hotel will book a taxi for you for a set price of £10. Please arrange this with the hotel at check in.
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