Creating a comfortable home from home experience at The Maple Manor hotel is something we pride ourselves on. Beautifully restored, with a glimpse of its aviation club past, the Maple Manor Hotel is perfectly situated for Gatwick Airport terminal.
Take a break from the large corporate hotels and get your holiday travel plans off to a relaxing start.
Leave your car in our onsite resident car park and take advantage of our safe and secure airport parking facilities (please contact us for further information on your airport parking needs).
Just 2.7 miles from Gatwick Airport South Terminal and 2.8 miles away from Crawley Town Centre, there are many amenities situated around to make your stay all the more enjoyable, including a cinema, a buzzing shopping centre, and breath-taking parks and countrysides. The property boasts a gorgeous front lawn with outdoor seating as well as a bar.
All rooms in the hotel are en-suite and equipped with an HD flat-screen TV, hairdryer, and tea/coffee making facilities. White Company provides sumptuous toiletries.
For those looking to explore the area, both Gatwick Airport Train Station and Crawley Train Station are 3 miles away, offering guests direct access to central London, Brighton, and the rest of the South Coast.
You can expect unique, versatile and professional from us for whatever your choice or reason for your stay.
Formally known as the Flight Tavern Public House until 2013 The Maple Manor Hotel is a working partnership between Maple Manor Parking and 5* Hotel, The Oakhouse Somerset.
“We are delighted to be partnering with Maple Manor to bring an exciting, and unique hotel to the Gatwick area. Our partnership is built on solid foundations with Maple Manor Parking having an established and well loved place in the Gatwick market and The Oakhouse team being well respected with an uncompromising approach to delivering a first class guest experience in a boutique hotel environment”
We think this is just the reinvention that the formerly great Flight Tavern needed to bring it back to the forefront of local people’s hearts, and traveller’s minds”.
Luke Sturman, Managing Director of the Oakhouse