The Black Cow

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Ashbourne, Derbyshire

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DALBURY LEES
Ashbourne
Derbyshire
England
DE6 5BE

The Black Cow, Ashbourne

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A 200 year old traditional English country pub offering en - suite accommodation. All rooms have free wi-fi tea and coffee facilities ironing facilities flat screen freeview tv radio secure boot locker residents private lounge area free bottled water local attractions information . Our public house is situated opposite the village green in a rural south Derbyshire village only a short drive from the Peak District National Park .

We welcome walkers and ramblers families business people or those just wanting to get away and relax .we offer full restaurant facilities with a choice of continental or full english breakfast. Packed lunches can be available upon request. There are a number of national trust houses locally and the market towns of Ashbourne and Uttoxeter are only a 10 minute drive away .

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