Top hotels in East Grinstead
Modern East Grinstead hotel near Gatwick airport, with manicured gardens and a luxurious spaCrowne Plaza® Felbridge hotel is set in a tranquil location in East Grinstead, just off the A22 and within easy reach of the M25 and M23 motorways. Convenient for flights from nearby London Gatwick Airport, the hotel is 10 minutes' drive from East Grinstead station, with regular trains to London. Host up to 500 people in the hotel's Grand Ballroom, one of the largest in the southeast. Our Crowne Plaza Meetings Host will be on hand to ensure your event runs smoothly. The hotel has eight newly refurbished meeting rooms and offers free WiFi and parking. From the High Weald to the South Downs National Park, the scenery in this region is breathtaking. Step back in time at the stately Chartwell House or watch a jousting match at the beautifully preserved Hever Castle, 25 minutes away by car. Memorable family fun can be had at Tulleys Farm, just 15 minutes by car.Start your day with a wholesome full English breakfast. Enjoy a relaxing dinner from the à la carte menu in the hotel's new brasserie-style restaurant. Why not pamper yourself with a soothing treatment in the luxurious Chakra Spa and enjoy the sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi or take a dip in the indoor swimming pool? Afterwards, unwind with cocktails in the stylish Qube bar.
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Hotels in East Grinstead
The charismatic market town of East Grinstead is part of the picturesque Ashdown Forest and has an unusually high concentration of medieval timber-framed buildings, which are the focal point of the very attractive High Street. The town, a short drive from Gatwick Airport, is less than an hour from central London by train, and is on the edge of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
St Swithun's Church
A beautifully preserved Grade II listed building, St Swithun's Church was originally built in the 11th century, although the building was devastated by a lightning strike in 1772. Fortunately, it was rebuilt later in the century by the prominent architect James Wyatt, who restored dozens of houses and churches in the Neogothic and Neoclassical style.
A handsome country house, Standen is a coveted Grade I listed landmark that dates back to the 1890s and was built in the Arts and Crafts style. It was pioneered by the renowned architect Philip Webb, who is often dubbed the 'Father of Arts and Crafts Architecture' and co-founded the Society for the Protection for Ancient Buildings with the novelist and poet William Morris.
One of the oldest buildings in East Grinstead, Sackville College is a sandstone almshouse that is more than four centuries old and is an important local charity. Although this Jacobean house still operates as a residence for the elderly, it is regularly open to the public, and has also been designated as a Grade I listed building.
Eating out in East Grinstead
Dine at La Farola restaurant for some seriously tasty Spanish dishes, or head to The Gurkha if you're a lover of delicious Indian and Nepalese cuisine. For some mouthwatering British food, head to Anise restaurant, treat yourself to some vibrant Chinese flavours at New Evergreen, or enjoy delightful Thai-themed dishes at the Thai Siam Restaurant.
Some of the most affordable East Grinstead hotels you might want to consider include the friendly and well-presented Premier Inn East Grinstead and the hospiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION, conveniently located Grinstead Lodge. Other excellent places to stay include the luxurious Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa and the deluxe Felbridge Hotel and Spa.
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