Station Hotel

Station Hotel
Station Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, Derbyshire, DE6 1AA

Built in 1901, the Station Hotel is an 12 bedroomed impressive mock Tudor building situated on the edge of the Derbyshire town of Ashbourne (opposite the Tissington Trail) and Ideally situated near the centre of Ashbourne with the added advantage of ample car free parking! All the rooms at the Station Hotel have an individual style suiting the age and character of the building with the vast majority or original features still in place. Relax in the garden have lunch or a freshly prepared evening meal with lots of choices and enjoy a relaxing break at the Station Hotel. The restaurant has been awarded a coveted AA one Rosette Award. Beautiful new self catering bungalows within the courtyard of the Station Hotel are now available for 2013, which come fully equipped for a perfect stay. Outstanding views of the country side just minutes from the Hotel by foot or travel by bike along the Tissington Trail which starts directly opposite the hotel. Whether you are a serious walker or just enjoy a casual stroll, you cannot fail to be entranced by the breathtaking scenery of the English Peak District with its wild rugged cliffs, soft green hills and peaceful wooded valleys. For Cyclist and Walkers the hotel is ideally situated for the Tissington Trail, 14 miles of traffic free track right into the heart of rural Derbyshire. Either bring your own bicycles or rent them from the Peak Cycle Hire shop, situated 400 meters from the Hotel along the trail. (The hotel has secure lock up facilities for your own bicycles). You are advised to book your bicycles in advance for the first day. So you do not even need a car to enjoy the walks and cycle paths of the Derbyshire Dales! When you get back you can relax and soak those muscles in the hot tub. Ashbourne is located within easy walking distance literally two minutes into the town centre. This pretty town is a sightseer s paradise with delightful shops and cafes, cobbled streets and a twice weekly market on the Old Square.

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