Bed and Breakfast, Leatherhead B&B
Acacia Guest House
B&B Leatherhead at Acacia Guest House is ideally situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in Fetcham on a third of an acre of beautifully landscaped gardens!
We offer spacious accommodation near to Fetcham in Surrey. Rooms have shared bathroom facilities which have a bath and a shower, and there is ample private car parking for our guests.
There is also WIFI access available!
Guest have full access to their rooms at all times and are given a key to their room and also the front door! Rooms have colour televisions, freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, plus on your arrival we place a pint of fresh milk in your table top fridge so that you can have the perfect cup of tea or coffee. Hairdryers and Ironing facilities are available upon request.
Our Twin room now includes Sky TV, and a fridge freezer for guests to make use of.
We are a completely Non Smoking Guest House! (We also do not allow the burning of incense)
Solar panels have recently been installed which provide all electricity during the daytime.
Guests always comment that they sleep very well in our rooms, which is mainly due to our secluded location in Fetcham.
We look forward to your visit!
(sorry we can't take dogs)
Leatherhead 'The Gateway to the Surrey Hills', provides an excellent base for visitors wishing to explore the beautiful Surrey countryside and variety of nearby attractions. Part of Leatherhead's charm is its heritage of buildings. Medieval timber framed buildings stand cheek-by-jowl with well proportioned Georgian houses and imposing Victorian Gothic villas.
A good starting point for the exploration of historic Leatherhead is Hampton Cottage in Church Street. This well preserved seventeenth century timber framed house is the home of the Leatherhead Museum of Local History. The town's most significant landmark is the medieval church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas. Its fifteenth century tower overlooks the flood plain of the River Mole, a scene that inspired the landscape painter Joseph Turner to capture it in watercolours.
Cultural activities and town centre events occur regularly throughout the year and include the annual arts festival in October when every aspect of the arts in the district is explored and celebrated. Both town and countryside inspired generations of literary figures, including Sheridan, Meredith, Fanny Burney, Anthony Hope and C.S. Lewis. Jane Austen, in her novel 'Emma', modelled the town of Highbury on Leatherhead.
- 9 Raymead Close
- KT22 9LU
- Tel: 01372 373728
- Total number of rooms: 3
- Single Rooms From £35.00
- Twin Rooms From £55.00
- Car Parking on site
- Fridge in some rooms
- Internet Access
- Non Smoking rooms
- Bed & Breakfast / Guest House