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days inn horley

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days inn horley

can anyone let me know if there is any restuarants or shops near to the DAYS INN

many thanks

jane

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1. Re: days inn horley

walk south down A23 and turn left after petrol station. 5 or 7 minute walk brings you to town centre which has the usual suspects (Chinese and Indian) and an Italian. There is also a 'Mediterranean' restaurant but I cannot comment on it because i've never been there.Alternatively take a short taxi ride to the Langshott Manor's Mulberry Restaurant for the 'crisp white linen tablecloths and clean wine glasses' experience. Pricey but worth it. TBH there's not much else unless you fancy going out to a pub in the countryside. As for retail outlets, Horley is absolutely dominated by nearby Crawley which has got everything you could imagine. Horley suffers as a result. The town centre has a few empty units and a mild sense of desperation about it.

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2. Re: days inn horley

walk south down A23 and turn left after petrol station. 5 or 7 minute walk brings you to town centre which has the usual suspects (Chinese and Indian) and an Italian. Alternatively take a short taxi ride to the Langshott Manor's Mulberry Restaurant for the 'crisp white linen tablecloths and clean wine glasses' experience. Pricey but worth it. TBH there's not much else unless you fancy going out to a pub in the countryside

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3. Re: days inn horley

If you turn left out of the hotel and walk towards Horley. Left turning into Ladbroke Road will take you to The Farmhouse Pub (near to Langshott Manor as mentioned above) - nice place that does good food. Otherwise if you walk over the railway bridge at the petrol station there's The Kings Head which also does decent food. The two Chinese restaurants near the traffic lights are also quite good, but I'm not so keen on the Indian. If you walk further into Horley (right at traffic lights and under underpass) there's a couple more pubs, and good Chinese and Indian restaurants near the Police Station. A short taxi ride in the opposite direction (Salfords) will take you to both a Harvester and a Beefeater.

Horley is ok for food shops, but just one department store which sells most things, one clothes shop (M & Co) plus Boots and quite a few smaller shops and lots of charity shops. The petrol station near to the Days Inn also has a shop.

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