Trumbles Guest Accommodation
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrumbles Guest Accommodation Charlwood
This was recommended by our very good friends Lisa and Pete. Gatwick for us is a right pain to get to, so staying here the night before our flight was a great option.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Trumbles Guest Accommodation Charlwood
Lovely b & B
We found this b & b on trip advisor, and are we glad we did. It's a super place very clean and homely. Service is wonderful. We've stayed at the bigger hotels at Gatwick, but no more, now we've found this place. In fact we've already booked again for next time.
Excellent B & B
Stayed for one night at Trumbles before travelling from Gatwick. Lovely room, Clean, well decorated. Owners friendly and helpful,Good breakfast. Have already recommended to friends and family.
Fantastic little B&B
Booked a stay here in December after reading the reviews on Trip Advisor and it definitely lives up to its reputation. The B&B itself is quaint in a quiet location about 15mins from the airport. The rooms are roomly and kept very clean and tidy. The owner is very friendly and helpful. The self-service breakfast was varied and well planned, its a shame we left too early in the morning for the full english breakfast. The B&B was full on our return journey so we stayed at the Premier Travel Inn. We paid the same price for the room itself, but Trumbles is much better value. Breakfast is included in the price of the stay as is taking and collecting you from the airport. Next time we travel from Gatwick we will be definitely be staying here.
Would recommend Trumbles
We had a very pleasant stay at this guest house. We booked room 1 with the round bath which was nicely decorated and very well appointed, with attention to detail, like the provision of bottled water and cookies on the tea/coffee tray.
The breakfast in the conservatory set us up for the day and the owners were very friendly and helpful and also provided an efficient airport transfer service.
We would definitely stay here again when flying from Gatwick as it offers much better value than the standard airport hotels.
Cosy and comfortable
A really lovely place excellent service very helpful owners.
I will be using this B&B again
Good choice of breakfast food
Spotlessly clean and very comfortable rooms.
Extra heater provided in room as Nov. was very cold
Best Airport B and B yet!
Had a perfect overnight stay here. Lives up to all the reviews!! Don't forget to leave details of your return flight, especially if it is late. The breakfast looked superb, but as our flight was so early a.m......didn't get a chance to eat it!!
An absolute gem
Have just had our second stay at Trumbles prior to flying off to the States for a holiday and will return again and again, whenever we use Gatwick.
We first used this superb b&b several years ago by chance, since when we recommended it to friends who in turn recommened it to their friends and so it has gone on. Not one person has ever had anything but good to say about this excellent establishmemt.
Although it has changed hands recently the new owners of this six bedroomed b&b, have if anything improved it even further. The well appointed bedrooms run out at around the £60 mark or so per night which include either a continental or full English breakfast depending on departure time. Parking is on site at a nominal £2 per day whilst away. And the owners include a free transfer both to and from the Airport in their own vehicle (around 10 minutes away).
There is no restaurant at Trumbles but there are a number of places to eat in the village if you want an evening meal.
The last friends we recommended this place to have already booked again before they fly off on their next trip, next Easter.
If bedroom 1 is available.....book it! if only for the huge round bath tub that is if you can find the bathroom through the secret doors which look like part of the fitted wardrobes.
Brilliant Stay and service
A nice little B + B tucked far enough away from Gatwick to be quite. Nicely furnished rooms, good breakfast and excellant service. Plenty of country pubs within 4 miles for evening meals and drinks.
Offers a taxi service to and from Gatwick as part of the price and also additional hoilday parking for half the price of most multinationals.
Glad we stayed before our long journey to America.
Excellent B&B for Gatwick
I thought this was the perfect place to stay for access to Gatwick. It was a nice sized room and a very roomy bathroom. The breakfast was great and the conservatory was very nice. I enjoyed staying here very much.
I would like to share this lovely little gem of a place with you.
Its called Trumbles and its just outside the village of Charlwood, Surrey.
We needed somewhere to stay en route to another destination, somewhere near Gatwick that would not break the bank.
We found all that we were seeking in this wonderful place.
The rooms were comfortable with every need catered for. The owners, David and Julia Roberts were so very kind and helpful. They will transfer you to the airport on the day of your departure. However, we arrived to Gatwick late in the evening and could not secure a taxi, when I called Julia, she told me not to worry and she picked us up in no time.
Its possible to park your car here for the duration of your holiday abroad.
The village itself is charming, we had a lovely lunch in the Half Moon pub, situated in a quiet lane in the middle of the village.
We would definitely return, even to stay longer and hire a car as the property is well situated for the south coast and many interesting areas to explore.
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