Barrington Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Hunter Road Southgate
Crawley
West Sussex
England
RH10 6SY

Barrington Lodge, Crawley

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Barrington Lodge is a Historic Building offering a wealth of character. Newly Refurbished to a high level, all rooms have Hair Dryer, Safe, Lcd TV, Phone, Tea and Coffee facilities and Internet is also available. Complimentary Continental breakfast for all rooms.Located in the heart of Crawley, It is only a few minutes from Gatwick Airport, London and Brighton only a short taxi ride away.

Barrington lodge promises to make your stay a memeorable one.

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