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East Grinstead / Gatwick Airport, West Sussex - Crawley 7 miles (11 km)
The Felbridge Hotel & Spa is the highest rated black 4-star hotel in the South of England. Located a mile north of East Grinstead, the hotel is 15 minutes from Gatwick, 7 miles from the M23 and 9 miles from the M25. East Grinstead offers direct rail links to Central London. Bedrooms are of the highest standard - all are air-conditioned and feature luxury Hypnos beds, bathrobes, free high-speed internet access and high-pressure showers. Anise has the ambience of a top West End restaurant, while the Bay Tree offers less formal dining. A full range of treatments are available in the Chakra Spa and there is an impressive leisure club.
Richmond/Hampton Court Palace - Crawley 34 miles (55 km)
The Lensbury is set in manicured lawns on the banks of the River Thames, in leafy Teddington. Twickenham, Richmond and Hampton Court are all nearby; Central London and Heathrow Airport are within easy reach. The Lensbury has outstanding facilities which include an award-winning Spa & Body Wellness Clinic offering an extensive range of spa treatments and therapies. Its health club features a large, 25-metre indoor pool; steam rooms; sauna; state-of-the-art adult gymnasium and a separate youth gym; exercise studio with regular classes; and squash courts. There are also 19 tennis courts and a watersports centre which offers sailing, sculling, kayaking, canoeing and motor boat hire. Guests have the option of dining in the excellent Thames View Suiote - which has floor to ceiling river views - or the relaxed, café-style Terrace Restaurant. Bedrooms at the hotel are contemporary and all feature free Wi-Fi and LCD digital TVs.
Alfriston / Lewes, South Downs - Crawley 35 miles (57 km)
Set on the banks of the River Cuckmere, at the foot of the South Downs National Park, and four miles from the dramatic white cliffs of the South Coast, Deans Place Country House Hotel is located in the medieval village of Alfriston; Brighton, Lewes and Eastbourne are all nearby. Delicious seasonal cuisine prepared from fresh market produce is served in the award-winning restaurant, which looks out across the Cuckmere Valley. In the summer, picnics can be enjoyed in the pretty gardens, and in the winter, log fires blaze in the hotel bar. Watch spectacular performances at the world-famous Glyndebourne, or visit the former country home of the renowned English author Virginia Woolf.
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