Take in the views then walk the walks

Poets' Corner Holiday Cottage Book Now online


Is a stone built cottage in the beautiful village of Ashover, miles of scenic walks straight off the doorstep.

A rural village location with local amenities, few minutes drive to Matlock, Chesterfield & Bakewell

The Cottage accommodates up to 8 people with 2 double rooms and one large room with 2 bunk beds.

The cottage is right next door to The Old Poets' Corner and is an ideal location to stay when visiting the Peak District and of course, The Old Poets' Corner!


Four Poster Bedroom

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 3

Living Room


Dining Area

Shared Picnic Tables

Hall And Stairs


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This is a stone built property dating back to the 17th century but fully refurbished with wood and slate floors, gas fired central heating & double glazing throughout. Originally it was part of the old Red Lion Coaching Inn, the cottage sits adjacent to the superb real ale haven that is The Old Poets Corner with hops, beams and open fires the 'perfect' country pub. Also close by is the quaint Ashover Brewery. Step out of the door to see beautiful views and walk footpaths along the river Amber and Ashover Light Railway trail down to Ogston reservoir. Ashover won the prestigious Calor Village of the Year competition in 2005 but many other places of interest are only a short drive away, Chatsworth, Bakewell, Matlock, Crich & Chesterfield for starters.
Notes on Prices
Midweek offer - Book Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and get Thursday Free!!
Notes on accommodation
In the cottage are two double rooms (one has a four poster and one standard bed) and one large bunk room with two full size bunk beds. The cottage has a lounge/dining room with TV & DVD player. The bathroom has under floor heating, a Jacuzzi bath and separate shower. The large kitchen features a flat screen TV, large cooking range, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, cutlery, plates and cooking utensils. All bed linen is provided but please bring your own towels.
The Old Poets Corner Ltd 2019