Gatwick Belmont Hotel, Gatwick Hotels with Parking
The Gatwick Belmont Hotel is locted 3 minutes from Gatwick Airport. Built during the Edwardian period. The house has been used as guest accommodation for more than 30 years, providing accommodation for travellers coming in and going out of Gatwick Airport as well as for business people working in the area.
Gatwick Belmont Hotel, Gatwick Hotels with Parking
The Gatwick Belmont Hotel is located just 3 minutes from Gatwick Airport. Built during the Edwardian period. The house has been used as guest accommodation for more than 30 years, providing accommodation for travellers coming in and going out of Gatwick Airport as well as for business people working in the area.
Family run hotel
Gatwick Belmont Hotel is one of the superior independently family run small Gatwick hotels in the LGW area, set in the quiet, leafy residential Surrey town of Horley on Massetts Road. Despite our close location to Gatwick, unlike some Gatwick hotels, we’re not in the Gatwick flight path and located literally just 5 minutes from Gatwick Airport. It’s the ideal location for those travellers seeking convenient Gatwick airport hotel accommodation, without the noise and bustle of large hotels near Gatwick.
24/7 Check in
Of course, our ideal location isn't the only key to our success. Many of our customers return time and time again due to our competitive hotel rates, cleanliness, friendliness and our shuttle service from Gatwick to the hotel (9am to 9pm and back again from the hotel to Gatwick 24 hours a day). Our hotel reception is open for check in 24 hours a day so whatever time your flight arrives, there's always someone here to welcome you.
Why stay at the Gatwick Belmont Hotel?
There are numerous reasons why customers stay in the Gatwick area, of course most of it is related to flying. Many people book worldwide flights that only fly from Gatwick and not their local airports. Our customers drive from Cornwall, Devon, South Wales, the Midlands or even from the North of England, as well as many guests closer to home; driving up the night before to avoid the risk of getting stuck in traffic and missing their flight. People from the Channel Islands who can't risk booking a connecting flight will stay the night in Gatwick.
Do you have an early flight to catch from Gatwick Airport and don't want to risk travelling on the same day, getting stuck in traffic and missing your flight? Stay at our Gatwick hotel and start your holiday early.
Business or Pleasure
Whether you’re a family with a day or so to kill between connecting flights, or a business traveller with an early flight, why not stay an extra night or two at the Gatwick Belmont Hotel and enjoy peace of mind – plus the many other benefits our comfortable hotel offers:-
If you travel by car we can look after your vehicle while on holiday
If you want to visit the local area of Horley in Surrey, you are only 5 minutes from major transport systems.
Airport parking– we’re closer than many of the off site parking facilities!
Clean, Friendly & Affordable
Unlike other Gatwick hotels we are open 24 hours a day and there is always someone here to greet you. There is no curfew or lock out time which makes going out or coming in late much easier. We also have day lets available upon request.
We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our rooms. We offer a smoke free environment, smoking is not permitted anywhere in the building, and we have a strict no pets rule.
To find out what our guests our saying about us, check out our reviews
We offer Gatwick parking for all our customers whilst they are on holiday, which is actually closer than many of the off-site Gatwick parking facilities.
About the Gatwick Belmont Hotel
The Gatwick Belmont Hotel, in Horley, Surrey, was originally built in 1901 by a local doctor for his family home. It was named Mena House and then many years later it was changed to a Guest House by Mr Gucci. Being in such close proximity to Gatwick Airport it soon turned into a thriving business. In 1996 Kevin & Kathleen Hagerty purchased Belmont House with 7 letting bedrooms . Due to the increasing demand for bed and breakfast in the Gatwick area, they soon asked their son, Gary, to help run the hotel. The hotel became increasingly popular and was extended 4 times expanding the hotel to 26 bedrooms and a bar restaurant.
We pride ourselves in being that little bit different to most of other Gatwick hotels, not only because we are family run and add that personal touch of one on one customer service. Our rooms are not all exactly the same unlike some bigger Gatwick hotels, again we like to put a personal touch on each and every room. We also cater for things that others don’t such as we have two rooms for holding functions, an English style pub restaurant and all rooms en-suite.
The name of the hotel was changed from Belmont House to Gatwick Belmont Hotel and is a registered company in the UK under Gatwick Belmont Ltd.
The Gatwick Belmont Hotel employs a team of 25 staff to cover the various shifts that make up 24 hours a day 7 days a week. All members of staff are trained in various aspects of the hotel's operation to help Gatwick Belmont Hotel run as smoothly as possible. We pride ourselves on a friendly, professional service and our staff are always on hand to help with any requests you may have.
The Hagerty family became interested in buying a bed and breakfast close to Gatwick Airport due to their friendship with Graham and Rosie Everett who owned Gainsborough Lodge Guest House which is located just across the road.
They had run Gainsborough Lodge for a number of years and when another Gatwick B & B came up for sale The Castle Lodge Gatwick, Graham put the owner in touch with the Hagerty family, the whole purchase process began, and things were moving forward. But as is often the case with the UK property system the owners of the Castle Lodge gazumped or pulled out on the final day and final hour which left the Hagerty family, after selling their own family home, nowhere to live and forced to rent a flat.
As is the case with many things in life, luck was on their side, within weeks another property went up for sale – this time, The Gatwick Belmont Hotel – and everything went to plan. Soon after the purchase completed the expansion started to turn a small guest house into an independent Gatwick hotel and 11 years later this is what we have.
The Gatwick Belmont Hotel holds
Full Fire certificate
Fire Risk Assessment
Fire Alarm equipment
Fire Alarm equipment test certificates
Fire Training certificates for staff
Food Hygiene Inspection Certificates
Food Hygiene Certificates for kitchen staff
Better Food Safer Business risk assessment scheme
Portable Appliance Test Certificate
Gas Inspection Certificate
Full Premises Alcohol license
Personal Alcohol license
PSV Minibus license
Safety for customers and staff is our highest priority and all certificates can be viewed on request.
There are ground floor and first floor bedrooms.
Arrival & Car Parking Facilities
There is a block paving car park immediately outside the front of the building with 18 spaces in total.
Parking space can be reserved if required.
There are no speed bumps/traffic calming measures or barriers in car park.
Telephone number displayed on Gatwick Belmont Hotel sign at the front.
There is one step to front door from car park
There are lights in the car park
Main Entrance, Reception & Ticketing Area
18 steps from front hall to bedrooms - carpet fixed on each stair
Hand rail on right side of stairs
No music playing in reception/front hall
Bright lighting in front hall/reception and outside front door
Additional room keys available
Ground floor luggage store available
There is no lift available to first floor bedrooms
Public Areas - Hall, Stairs, Landing, Corridors etc
There are 2 levels in the house - ground floor with front hall/reception, dining room, pub restaurant and first floor with 8 guest bedrooms. There are further rooms on the ground floor all around the building.
All floors are carpeted with fitted carpets. There are 18 steps up to guest bedrooms and there is one handrail to the right of the stairs and the steps are uniform 25cm wide and 15 cm high.
Public Areas - Sitting room, lounges, lobbies etc
There is a payphone in the front hall, assistance can be provided.
Televisions all have teletext and remote control.
Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the building.
Public WCs; one on the first floor main building and one on the ground floor in bar restaurant
Restaurant / Dining Room (currently closed due to the Covid-19 situation)
Dining room available for self-service light continental breakfast anytime before 07:00 and full English self service hot buffet breakfast between 07:00 to 10:00 (07:30 and 10:00 on weekends)
There are 16 tables in the dining room to seat a variety of parties.
Chairs are standard height and size
Pub Restaurant has 9 table and chairs and 3 sofas with coffee tables
Bedrooms & Sleeping Areas
All beds in guest rooms are normal height
There is a fire alarm on the first floor landing and guest can be alerted if required
All televisions have remote control and teletext
All bedrooms have fitted carpets or wooden floors
Bedrooms have a combination of beds - some doubles, some singles.
All bedrooms have level access inside rooms
All bedrooms have a hot drinks tray with a selection of teas, coffees. Water in bedrooms is mains water and suitable for drinking.
All rooms have overhead lighting and bedside lighting
Bathroom, Shower-room & WC Ensuite
All bedrooms have ensuite shower rooms.
Shower rooms are tiled, some have a laminated floor
Some shower rooms have shaver points
Most showers are step in - only a lip for the shower door. Others have a little step up
Bathrooms have level floors
In case of fire notices pinned to the back of each bedroom door clearly stating the procedure in the event of a fire.
Fire staff training takes place regularly
This Hotel is a totally non-smoking property. Guests are requested to smoke outside the premises.
Medication can be stored in a refrigerator if required.
Emergency fire detection system in place and maintained.
Premises occupied 24 hours a day.