ASHBOURNE, Derbyshire Dales
Gateway to Dovedale and the Peak District
Open all the year for short breaks and longer stays starting on any day of the week.
Comfortable, well appointed and located cottage sleeping 4:
- Very well equipped spacious kitchen/diner
- Lounge and kitchen on ground floor
- Double & twin bedrooms and bathroom on first floor
- FreeSat TV with iPlayer
- Private courtyard garden
Excellent town centre location
- Convenient food shopping
- Browse the gift shops and galleries
- Enjoy the cafés and restaurants
- Roam the historic streets and market place
- Visit the heritage centre and church
Close to ......
- Alton Towers
- Scenic Derbyshire Dales and Peak District
- Tissington Trail for cycling and walking
Events in and around Ashbourne ...
Royal Shrovetide Football: 13 & 14 February
Alstonefield Folk Music: 10 February Phil Beer, 24 February Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lake, 10 March Red Dirt Skinners, 24 March Robinson & Rohe
Uttoxeter Races: 27 January, 10 February & 17 March
Bolsover Castle: Medieval Mayhem, 19 to 23 February
A general list with links to individual websites is here.
What do our guests say?
“Excellent, clean facility with large kitchen”
The house was clean, well equipped and looked very well looked after. Would definitely stay again!
Kieran, Weymouth, November 2017
The cottage was exactly what we required. It was clean and had everything we needed. The location was great with the town nearby which provided a good mix of shops, pubs and takeaways. Also the location was great as we were visiting Alton Towers which was only 12 miles away. The communication received by the owners was great.
Tim & Dawn, August 2017
“Lovely little cottage".
We normally stay in a B&B for our annual cycling (and cake eating!) weekend in the Peak District but this year thought we'd try something different. Conifer cottage was lovely & well equipped (though we ate out rather than cook in the kitchen) with an excellent hot shower. Very close to town centre where there are lots of nice restaurants and shops and in walking distance to the bike hire centre on the south end of the Tissington trail. There were only 2 of us but big enough for 4 comfortably.
Ella, June 2017
"The cottage was perfect, thanks."
Steve, Scarborough, May 2017
"Very well equipped and comfortable stay.”
The nicest stay we have been to in many years. So well equipped and a stones throw from all the wonderful places which are a must visit in the Peak District.
Michael, London, October 2016
Why stay in Ashbourne?
Ashbourne is centrally located for the Peak District, Staffordshire Moorland, Stoke and the Potteries, the National Forest, Uttoxeter (races), Derby and Nottingham. It is a historic and attractive market town, providing all the convenience required of a self catering holiday with easy access to Alton Towers, Chatsworth, , National Trust properties, Matlock, Buxton, Bakewell, heritage sites and the beautiful scenery and walking country of Dovedale and the Derbyshire Dales.
As well as its natural beauty the area is full of tourist attractions, activities to do and places to see, suitable for all tastes and ages. There is plenty to do and see even if the weather is inclement.
Conifer Cottage is a short walk from Ashbourne town centre with its market square; interesting streets and alleys; historic buildings; independent and 'high street' shops; supermarkets and speciality food stores; galleries, pubs, tea rooms, restaurants, river and a lovely park. Why not book your holiday to coincide with one of the many events held in Ashbourne or locally?
Why stay at Conifer Cottage?
The cottage is ideally situated in a quiet road 5-10 minutes from the attractions and facilities of the town centre. It is an excellent base to explore the countryside of the beautiful Derbyshire Dales and Peak District.
Conifer Cottage provides very comfortable two bedroom accommodation on two storeys, sleeping 4 guests. The ground floor has a lounge and a large kitchen diner, also a private courtyard garden at the rear. The first floor has double and twin bedrooms plus bathroom.
We accept short breaks and longer stays starting on any day of the week.
The terraced cottage was built at the end of the 19th century and has been completely modernised and now provides comfortable, cosy accommodation. It is extremely well equipped.