Ashbourne Hall

Ashbourne, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, Country town

Late availability from 10th December to 17th December (6 night December break - only £3000 for 22 people)
Late availability from 14th December to 17th December (2 night weekend stay - only £2000 for 22 people)

Ashbourne Hall is a large self-catering holiday house, which is group- and dog-friendly. It is steeped in history as Bonnie Prince Charlie stayed the night at Ashbourne Hall in 1745, after proclaiming his father James III on Ashbourne Market place. The grand house has ten bedrooms and eight bathrooms/wet rooms stylishly decorated to 5* standards throughout with a contemporary feel, yet being sympathetic to the building's history.

Ashbourne is a Derbyshire market town often referred to as the “Gateway to the Peaks” and is situated on the southern fringe of the Peak District National Park. It is surrounded by a wide rural area, beautiful scenery and picturesque villages and the town is home to the famous and unique annual Shrovetide football game. played on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday. Little has changed in Ashbourne since the 18th Century and it is one of Derbyshire’s finest old market towns, combining a medieval street pattern and historic buildings with a wealth of high quality shops. All of these shops and restaurants are within walking distance of Ashbourne Hall.