Historic Hotel Accommodation in Ashbourne, Derbyshire
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The Dog and Partridge Country Inn
An Historic Hotel in Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Accommodation Description:From: £45.00
17th Century Family Run Country Inn with rooms located in the grounds. Traditional bar serving real ales, Ala Carte award Winning Restaurant, Full Bar Snacks and Childrens Menus available. Great views over the open countryside, extensive gardens and terrace with kids play area.
Only 5 miles from Alton Towers. FREE Wireless Broadband Internet Access is available in public areas of the inn. Free Parking.
Accommodation Rating: 2* (about ratings)
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Casterne Hall - 2.7 miles (Historic House)
Tissington Hall - 3.6 miles (Historic House)
Old Manor - 3.8 miles (Historic Building)
Dovedale - 3.9 miles (Countryside)
Croxden Abbey - 6.7 miles (Abbey)
Arbor Low - 9.7 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Sudbury Hall - 10 miles (Historic House)
Sudbury Hall - The National Trust Museum of Childhood - 10 miles (Museum)
Heights of Abraham - 11.7 miles (Family Attraction)
Peak Cavern - 11.7 miles (Family Attraction)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Matlock - 12.7 miles away
Bakewell - 13.6 miles away
Derby - 15.5 miles away
Buxton - 16.4 miles away
Eyam - 18.3 miles away
Congleton - 19.2 miles away
Macclesfield - 20.7 miles away
Bradwell - 20.9 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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