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Callow Hall Hotel
Mappleton
Ashbourne
Derbyshire

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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 44 acres of private garden, fields and woodland overlooking the Bentley Brook and vale of the River Dove, this ivy-clad Victorian hotel really is a haven of peace and tranquillity but also a perfect base for exploring the splendours that Derbyshire and the ´Peaks´ have to offer. As you step into the elegant hall, it's like stepping back in time with elaborate ceilings, heavily draped curtains, oak staircases and other wonderful touches, not forgetting the fresh flowers that add magnificent colour and scents to each and every room. The hotel has sixteen bedrooms in total, all individually and tastefully furnished to provide every comfort, and some with uninterrupted views across the countryside. All rooms boast flat screen televisions with satellite channels, internet access, luxurious toiletries, comfortable beds and fluffy towels. Dining at Callow Hall is an experience not to be missed! The Restaurant is featured in the Good Food Guide and for many years, has held a high 2 Rosette award with the AA. The restaurant is renowned for its freshly prepared and home produced food, including home baking, smoking and curing.In short, Callow Hall is the perfect venue for all your social and business needs.

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