Ashbourne Hotels

Ashbourne is a small town found in the south Peak District of England and is famous for its Shrove Tuesday Football Match which is played with the goals being 3 miles apart and lasts from 2pm to 10pm unless a goal is scored before 5pm, the match has hundreds of players and may get a bit rough. It is a quaint town home to several historic buildings some hosting the unique Ashbourne Hotels.

The town is laid out through a patchwork of narrow streets and green parks and proudly displays St Oswald's church famous for its white marble statue of a sleeping child; other notable buildings include the old grammar school, almshouses and the home of John Taylor, The Mansion. Ashbourne presents the perfect base for exploring the Peak district and plenty of outdoor adventure.

The Town is in the middle of Dove Dale and on the border of Derbyshire and Staffordshire; the Dale follows the River Dove downstream from the Peak district to the Trent. The area affords its visitors with a range of opportunities for exploring quaint villages found down small roads and riverside walks; northward is found the Ilam with its Country Park or Mapleton with the walk to Thorpe.

Ashbourne is a lively market town, the market itself is traditionally held on a Thursday, and its streets house picturesque pubs where the past fuses with the present and locals nod knowingly, street shops house antiques and crafts and trendy wine bars host entertaining evenings and welcome the elite of the town.

Ashbourne Hotels offer a friendly welcome to visitors and offer modern accommodation with a good standard of facilities. Making Ashbourne your holiday base offers easy accessibility to neighbouring attractions of Alton Towers, Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Calke Abbey. Choose from a selection of hotel styles, prices and star ratings, all offering friendly and efficient service.

The Ashbourne Hotels showcase perfect settings, delightful views and historic buildings combined with excellent service and luxurious comforts.