Cheap Hotels in Leatherhead
Our Leatherhead hotel sits at the gateway to the Surrey Hills. Leatherhead town centre, just half a mile from the hotel, has great shopping and restaurants along with sights like the Local History Museum. Surrounding our hotel are a number of attractions like the amazing Hampton Court Palace and Gardens, and the family fun of Chessington World of Adventures. Or you could place a bet at Epsom Racecourse - the choice is yours. All rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.
Set amidst acres of Surrey parkland, De Vere Horsley Estate has history and heritage at every turn. Designed and built in 1820 by Sir Charles Barry; the architect of the Houses of Parliament, the house was later the seat of the Lovelace family who enhanced it with the bold architectural features that can still be seen throughout. Today, the addition of a contemporary management centre, Horsley Park and the renovation of the estates original stables has created modern spaces that effortlessly combine with the 19th-century charm of the mansion. From a business meeting to an elegant wedding day, this unique backdrop sets the tone for a memorable event. Dining here is a relaxed affair, with a modern restaurant and two bars to choose from that serve up the very best of local and seasonal food. When it’s time to unwind, our collection of modern bedrooms await. Or take a stroll through our beautifully-kept grounds. Complete with a terrace, lawn, and lake, they are the ideal place for wandering and relaxing and exploring. Located just outside Guildford, the estate is just five miles from J10 of the M25 with direct train routes into London Waterloo. Free, superfast Wi-Fi with a maximum bandwidth of 100Mb is available throughout the hotel.
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Hotels in Leatherhead
Set in Surrey on the bank of the river Mole, Leatherhead hotels offer access to a historical town with a rich heritage reaching back to the Anglo-Saxon period.
Historians have traced the lineage of Leatherhead to around 880, when it was known as Leodridan or ‘place people can ride across the river' in Old English. One of the oldest buildings in the town is The Running Horse, a pub dating back to 1403. The pub was originally known as Rumming's House and, apparently, Queen Elizabeth I once stayed in the pub after floods made the river Mole impossible to cross.
Another destination for history buffs is Leatherhead Museum, set within two minutes' walk of the high street. The museum is housed in an elegant 17th-century building, and holds a number of interesting objects charting the town's history including old photographs and maps of the area. Admission is free and there is a souvenir shop selling postcards and education items.
Nearby Leatherhead is Polesden Lacey, a Regency-era villa where King George VI spent his honeymoon with Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. The villa also features over 1,400 acres encompassing two farms, formal grounds and a lot of woodland.
Leatherhead is home to a number of attractive outdoor spaces, including The Mansion Gardens – an elegant place to enjoy a picnic or take a romantic stroll. If you'd rather kick a ball around than sit on a bench with a good book, Fortyfoot Recreation Ground offers a number of sporting activities. Ashtead Common is a larger and slightly wilder area to explore, perfect for woodland walks and rambles through nature.
As well as Fortyfoot Recreation Ground, the Leatherhead Leisure Centre is a great choice if you're looking to work up a sweat. Outdoors there's space to play everything from cricket to football, and indoor there are three swimming pools, a sprawling sports hall and The Tone Zone Fitness Suite – perfect for keeping up your exercise routine. If you're travelling with kids, the leisure centre also features the Crazy Tots soft play area.
Leatherhead is a short drive from London, and within an hour you'll find yourself in the heart of the city where you can visit everything from Buckingham Palace to Big Ben. If you travel south from Leatherhead you'll eventually reach South Downs National Park – an area of exceptional natural beauty and well worth a daytrip.
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