Peveril of the Peak Hotel

A Hotel in Ashbourne, Derbyshire

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Thorpe, Dovedale

Peveril of the Peak Hotel, Ashbourne

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Nestling amidst breathtaking Peakland scenery and in 18 acres of grounds, this historic hotel offers a relaxing retreat from the fast pace of modern life. 45 comfortable yet modern rooms, delicious dining, laid back atmosphere and thoughtful extras all courtesy of the friendliest staff in the White Peak and in a setting as nature intended - yours to enjoy.

3 star rating

From: £49.50

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