Linchens B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Copthorne, West Sussex (Gatwick Airport)

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Herons Close, New Domewood
Copthorne
West Sussex
England
RH10 3HF

Linchens B&B, Copthorne

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We are a family run bed and breakfast close to amenities and London Gatwick airport being 10 minutes drive from us, yet we are situated within and exclusive idyllic private estate,set in our own 3 acre woodland garden. All guest bedrooms face the garden and are finished to a high standard. Full English breakfast is traditionally served .

Cars can be parked long term for a very cheap fee and include transport to Gatwick for your out going flight.SPECIAL DEALS AVAILABLE .Overnight parking is free.

This is a fantastic family run bed and breakfast. We are situated within an exclusive private estate nestling in a three and a half acre woodland garden. Our facilities are superb, offering three versatile, well presented rooms,all with great views over the garden.

It offers great accommodation as well as long term car parking for travellers accessing London Gatwick airport. Outward going transport available inclusive when using this facility. Stay two nights and Linchens offers a stress free return transport package.We take great pride in providing everything that you should need for your stay,hairdryers,toiletries,perfume,make-up removers and a plentiful courtesy tray full to brimming with different teas and coffees.

The accommodation at Linchens is also ideal as a base for exploring the area, whilst visiting relatives, or for use as a 'home from home' if you are a travelling business person. There are so - many reasons to stay here - if you are looking for a leisure break or short holiday in the Sussex area. There are a number of local attractions near the accommodation at Linchens, including Lingfield Racecourse, only a 15 minute drive away.

The motor racing at the Brands Hatch Circuit can be reached in about 45 minutes by car. Amusement Parks within easy reach include Chessington World of Adventures and the ever popular Legoland, as well as Thorpe Park in Chertsey, Surrey. There are Stately Homes, Castles (including Hever Castle, Dover Castle and Leeds Castle) and Gardens that are open to the public in this area.

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