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Dog & Partridge Country Inn
Ashbourne
Derbyshire

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This splendid 17th century inn is peacefully situated in the hamlet of Swinscoe on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border. We invite you to enjoy good food, comfortable surroundings and warm hospitality. Accommodation at the Dog and Partridge is purpose built and situated in the grounds. Guests will find it easy to relax in the traditional bar with its olde worlde character and charm and its welcoming log fire in winter. Food is served all day with a wide ranging menu offering many local speciallities. A'la carte meals are served in our restaurant, providing still greater choice with imanagetive cuisine supplemented by an extensive wine list. For our younger guests we offer their own menu. To ensure children enjoy thier stay with us there are indoor and outdoor play areas, games room, extensive lawns and gardens with our rabbit and hens corner, baby listening facillities in all rooms, high chairs & cots.

Pets are very welcome.
The Dog and Partridge Country Inn is ideal situated for exploring the Peak District as well as Alton Towers only 6 miles away.

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