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County - Derbyshire
Tel code: 01335 | code search
Postcode: DE65 | code search
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Tissington near Ashbourne owes its neat quaintness to its origin as an estate village for the local hall. The area around the settlement contains a wealth of National Trust sites preserving beauty spots... Read More.

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Bentley Brook Inn (1.35 miles)

Bentley Brook Inn

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Welcome to Bentley Brook Inn a busy country inn in the beautiful Peak Park. We provide quality accommodation near Alton Towers, an award winning restaurant and an all day bar ... More

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Peveril of the Peak Hotel (1.82 miles)

Peveril of the Peak Hotel

The Peveril of the Peak Hotel takes its name from the romantic novel penned by Sir Walter Scott in 1822.

Set in 11 acres of grounds within the Peak District, the hotel is an oasis of ... More | Double Room: From £42.50 | visit website

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Izaak Walton Hotel (2.26 miles)

Izaak Walton Hotel

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Nestled within the Derbyshire Peaks, the Izaak Walton Hotel is a 34 bedroom charming 17th century country house hotel offering comfort, history and views of outstanding natural beauty named after ... More | Double Room: From £135

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The Okeover Arms (2.84 miles)

The Okeover Arms
The wonderful idyllic location of The Okeover Arms makes it a great place to stay. Whether you want some of the best walking the Peak District has to offer on your doorstep, a central touring ... More | visit website
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Offcote Grange Cottage Holidays (3.24 miles)

Offcote Grange Cottage Holidays

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An exceptional, 5 Star, grade II listed sandstone country cottage, set in 6 acres of private landscaped gardens and pastureland and perfectly located for all Derbyshire has to offer.
Ancient oak beamed ceilings, timber and ... More | visit website

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Stanshope Hall (3.30 miles)

Stanshope Hall
Stanshope Hall is an 18th Century listed building in a tiny farming hamlet surrounded by dry stone walled fields with dairy cows, sheep and lambs. It offers peace and quiet in comfortable accommodation with unusual ... More | Double Room: £35 - £45 | visit website
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Callow Hall Hotel (3.38 miles)

Callow Hall Hotel

Callow Hall is a unique country house hotel with an unrivalled setting and renowned restaurant, situated at the gateway to the Peak District National Park, close to the lively market town of Ashbourne. Surrounded by ... More | visit website

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Knockerdown Farm Cottages (3.49 miles)

Knockerdown Farm Cottages

Gainsborough Leisure Limited are an established leisure company with over 25 years experience in providing high quality accommodation for holidays and short breaks - from an intimate weekend to a reunion celebration. We manage the ... More

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Station Hotel (3.58 miles)

Station Hotel

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In Ashbourne, Station Hotel has free Wi-Fi and free ample parking, 15 minutesí from Alton Towers. The town centre and bus station are a 2-minute walk away. An impressive mock-Tudor building, Station ... More

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Compton House (3.63 miles)

Compton House
Compton House is situated in the charming historic market town of Ashborne, with the magnificent St. Oswalds Church dating from the 14th century, and it's fine Georgian architecture. We are a family run guest house ... More | visit website

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