B and Bs in Ashbourne

Compton House
27 - 31 Compton
Ashbourne
Derbyshire

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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 with accent on good food and accommodation with a warm friendly atmosphere. Originally our home was three terraced cottages, which have been converted into one, rather individual house and has been our home since 1986.Ashbourne has a 9 hole golf course, squash courts and swimming pool. Tennis courts and bowling greens can be found in our pleasantly situated park and gardens, all within easy walking distance of the guest house. There is sailing, wind surfing and canoeing available at Carsington Water only 5 miles away. Cycles can be hired from the centre on the Tissington Trail, just five minutes walk from Compton House. Cycles are also available at Carsington Water. Ashbourne offers an ideal base for touring the Peak District National Park (the first national park in England formed in 1951) by car, or walking in our famous Dovedale, Milldale, or many other beauty spots of the area. The alternative Pennine Way starts in Ashbourne.We have been offering Bed and Breakfast at our Peak District Guest House since 1986 when we moved to Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Quality accommodation and good food are our priority. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1530 and Check-Out time: 1030.

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