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Hotels in Ashbourne

Boars Head Hotel
Station Road
Draycott in the Clay

Ashbourne
Derbyshire

DE6 5GX | View map
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You can be sure of finding a warm and friendly welcome from the Crooks family when you visit The Boarís Head Hotel.

This country hotel of warmth and character dates back to the seventeenth century; originally part of the Vernon estate, The Boars Head is reputed to have been lost by one of Lord Vernonís ancestorís in a card game.

Whether you are just passing and call in for a bar snack or are staying for the weekend, Johnathon and his team of helpful and courteous staff will make every effort to ensure that your visit is as relaxing and enjoyable as possible.

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Nearest Train Station: Hatton
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 75%
Number of Rooms: 23
Number Ensuite: 23

Price per Room:

Double: Mon - Thurs from £79.95; Fri - Sun from £69.95
Twin: Mon - Thurs from £79.95; Fri - Sun from £69.95
Single: Mon - Thurs from £69.95; Fri - Sun from £59.95
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Restaurant

Name: The Royal Boar Restaurant/HuntersTable Carvery

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