Visit Leatherhead Surrey and the surrounding villages and stay in b and b, hotel or self-catering accommodation provided by BedPosts members.
Leatherhead was first recorded as being called “Leodridan” in circa 880, then was recorded as “Leret” in the Domesday book in 1086. The name derives from Celtic meaning “Grey ford”.
Leatherhead is an attractive old town, with narrow streets and gabled houses. Its buildings range from the partly 12th-century church to the 20th-century Thorndike Theatre, which opened in 1968.
Information for visitors to Leatherhead seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:
If you seek accommodation near Leatherhead in Surrey you have come to the website of a “club” of providers who offer affordable quality accommodation around UK in hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, inns, and restaurants plus self-catering cottages and apartments .
Click the tab above marked “accommodation”, browse the adverts, check availability, click read more to view the establishment's brochure page and book up by phone, email or online as offered.
You'll find advertised:
- Leatherhead B&Bs
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- Leatherhead holiday homes accommodation
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- Leatherhead self catering
- Leatherhead hotels
- Leatherhead cottages
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- Leatherhead luxury bed and breakfast
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