Horley is a town in the borough of Reigate and Banstead in Surrey, England. It is located close to the border with West Sussex, south of the twin towns of Reigate and Redhill and north of Gatwick Airport and Crawley. With fast links by train round-the-clock to London from Horley railway station, it qualifies as a commuter town and has a significant economy of its own, including business parks and a relatively long high street.
Restaurants in Horley
4.5 based on 73 reviews
Visited with my 3 children, who usually get bored in 5 minutes, however not here! They were enthralled with all the old aircraft/airline memorabilia, the hangar with the military aircraft - even the smell of the engines! Outside there was a Shackleton, and a retired pilot called Mike gave us a wonderful tour and insight into working on one of these beasts. Priceless to hear his stories from all over the world!
There was also a modern day engine that the kids could have a good look in, a simulator to 'fly' with too. All this and then you could take a walk nearer the Gatwick runway and do some plane spotting. Picnic tables there if you want to picnic & plane spot.
£7.50/adult, £2.50 per child, we spent a whole morning here, learned lots and I'd highly recommend - interesting for all ages.
4.5 based on 167 reviews
Sadly ruined by the mindless louts (mainly around the skate park area) who do not seem to understand the old fashioned idea of KEEPING BRITAIN TIDY. In spite of there being plenty of litter bins the grass areas are littered with empty plastic drink bottles, cans and carrier bags and in the summer the remains of picnics.
The staff who try to keep it clean deserve a medal!
3.5 based on 759 reviews
This is the best lounge we have used at Gatwick,food and drink is fantastic. Staff are very friendly and helpful. We have used No.1 lounge in the past but is no way as good as Aspire. Will see you on our next trip thank you
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Great for all the family with lovely walks fun for the kids and food available. Very beautiful lake . Great for dog walking.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Did the Outfitters room escape. Great fun and would recommend to anyone. Feedback for management purely to help: The light levels are a little low at times when trying to work the padlocks. The numbers on the brief case were particularly difficult to see. Just...MoreDerek, Lovely review and feedback! So glad to hear what great fun you had. Immie.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Discover one of the UK's most exciting activities - Mountainboarding at Ride The Hill. Mountainboarding at Ride The Hill is an action packed day out that is safe and fun for people of all abilities aged 8-80.
Our group of 8-11 yr olds had a great time. Helpful, patient instructors. Relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Good courses. We'll be back I'm sure.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
'The Place' to play Footgolf. A bespoke 18 hole course for the nation's new favourite sport. Come and try a #holenewballgame at the only purpose built 18-Hole Footgolf course in the UK. #playthedifference
I must admit I had my Reservations about playing foot golf on our recent team training day but I think we are all pretty addicted to it. The facility is clearly expanding which shows its popularity. There's 18 holes here too unlike the 9 hole...MoreAlastair, Thanks for the review. It was a pleasure hosting your team. Glad that you enjoyed yourself and we will see you again soon!
4.5 based on 424 reviews
This place is just awesome. Whilst closed for maintenace 8 of us got a special visit with our cameras.
So much to see and do here. The animals are all well loved and looked after and happy to see Meg the keeper with the snacks.
Thank yoy for a fantastic photography day.
4 based on 211 reviews
Visit the coffee shop on a regular basis and always have a coffee and snack there and have always been very happy with the food service. Very generous portions and all freshly prepared, always enjoy it, served by Katherine who is always helpful.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
We've been viewing films at the Screen in Reigate ever since it first opened its doors, more than 20 years ago. We go there because it's small and intimate, the staff are friendly and often unconventional, the seats are comfortable, and because we live nearby.
We went there today to see Three Billboards, on one of the coldest days of the winter, or in more than five years, and we froze! There was no heating on at all, and to cap it all, as we were leaving we saw a pile of blankets standing unused, presumably put there because other patrons before us had complained about the cold. The member of staff to whom we complained afterwards was very sympathetic, but said she could do nothing. Other customers were equally unhappy, and several also complained.
I have three questions to put to the cinema's management:
1. Why was there no heating to give patrons, who had paid a good price for their seats, a comfortable experience this morning?
2. Why were we not warned of the absence of heating in advance, either when buying our tickets, or upon entry to the screen?
3. Why were we not advised of the supply of warm blankets, sitting only yards from us?
I'd be interested to read the reply from the Screen's or Everyman's management.
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