Gatwick ManorLondon Road, Lowfield Heath, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9ST
Gatwick Manor is an extremely attractive 15th century Grade II listed building set in ten acres of beautiful grounds. Once known as Hyders, the central building is a fine example of a Wealden Open Hall, a type of timber-framed farmhouse built by wealthy yeoman farmers in Kent and Sussex in medieval times. With walls over three feet thick in local Sussex stone, the once moated Hall still retains many original Tudor features, including fireplaces and massive timber beams, and parts of the original moat on the west side.
Located on the A23, the old London to Brighton coach road, just minutes from the M23 and close to Gatwick Airport, this architectural gem stands within beautiful landscaped grounds at Lowfield Heath, where the ancient County Oak stood for centuries marking the boundary between Surrey and Sussex.
With Brighton just 30 minutes south and central London less than an hour’s drive north, The Gatwick Manor is ideally located for day trips or exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside. It’s also just 30 minutes away from the South Downs National Park – a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). With its rolling landscapes and scenic towns and villages, this glorious part of the English countryside offers delightful tourist trails, including the South Downs Way. The Weald and Downland Museum, just north of Chichester, offers a glimpse of life in an original Wealden open hall like The Gatwick Manor.
Whatever the reason for a visit, The Gatwick Manor is the perfect historic setting for enjoying delicious traditional pub food, including seasonal specials and leisurely Sunday lunches.
About the Gatwick Manor
If you love the experience of stepping back in time, we’d love you to join us for a pub meal with friends or a relaxing Sunday lunch to break your journey at The Gatwick Manor. A haven of tranquility in ten acres of landscaped grounds, you will find a warm welcome at our historic 15th century dining venue in Lowfield Heath, with its original moat and attractive gardens. It’s the perfect place to pause and savour traditional pub food, a bottle of fine wine or a glass of cask ale.
All the family is welcome at The Gatwick Manor. We’re child-friendly with high chairs and baby changing facilities, as well as a tasty Chef & Brewer children’s menu. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed inside the pub however we do have an extremely attractive beer garden where they are welcome to join the family.
If you’re planning a trip to Brighton, the South Downs National Park or journeying on via Gatwick, we will be happy to welcome your coach party at The Gatwick Manor. Simply contact us in advance so we can make your visit as pleasant as possible. Call us today.
Food Serving Times
- Beer Garden
- Car Parking
- Coaches Accepted
- Disabled Facilities
- Family Friendly
- Historic Pub
- Offers Functions
Food Serving Times
Book a table at Chef & Brewer
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Important Booking Information
- A non-refundable deposit of £3 per person for Mother's Day must be received at the time of booking.
- Deposit payments accepted via credit, debit card or cash and must be paid at the time of booking.
- All currency is in pound sterling
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Accommodation at the Gatwick Manor
Book a stay with us and you are sure to get a warm welcome from our friendly team.
Enjoy our special touches to make you feel home from home and relax in our comfortable en-suite rooms.
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Breakfast - Enjoy a continental or a freshly cooked breakfast of your choice, while we look after you in our comfortable surroundings.
Relax and linger over coffee or another slice of toast and let us help you prepare yourself for the day ahead.