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Built in 1901, the Station Hotel is an 12 bedroom 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...
We needed two rooms, I was shown two lovely rooms on the first floor which would have been suitable but accommodation without stairs if possible would be better. The manager considered our situation and showed us to a self-contained apartment situated at the side of...More
A delightful hotel in the centre of Ashbourne. Although a very old traditional building, it was immaculate; our room had a four poster bed and a modern bathroom. Others in our party shared a bungalow which avoided steep stairs. This too was immaculate and well...More
We managed to get a last minute room for a bank holiday weekend and got a better deal by ringing direct and speaking to David the owner. It’s not out usual style of hotel as it’s an old building and the decor matched, but we...More
This hotel has preserved the decor, furnishings and service which prevailed in its heyday in the early 1900s, when Ashbourne actually had a railway station. Four poster beds, luxurious bed linen, polished wooden floors, faded prints, Victorian tableware, first class breakfast with marmalade in pots...More
Can highly recommend. Wonderful spacious room with opulent seating and four poster bed. Excellent hospitality from David. Breakfast very nice. Great having tea coffee biscuits and even hot chocolate in the room. Good location near centre and restaurants although we had room facing road it...More