The Ashford Arms - historic coaching Inn
Twin bedded en-suite accommodation at The Ashford Arms
Another of our comfortable double bedrooms
Four poster at the Ashford Arms
Dine in comfort and style at the Ashford Arms
It"s a great place for all the family!
The Sheepwash Bridge at Ashford in the Water

The Ashford Arms near Bakewell in Derbyshire

An introduction to The Ashford Arms near Bakewell in Derbyshire

MAIN FEATURES

  • Disabled Access
  • Fishing Available
  • Group Friendly
  • Lunch Available
  • Scenic Location
  • 4 Star
  • Family Friendly
  • All Bedrooms Ensuite
  • Garden
  • Open Fire or Stove
  • Wireless Broadband

4 star rated Ashford in the Water Inn - 5 star value! Call now on 01629 812725

The Ashford Arms is a charming Peak District hotel, in Ashford in the Water near Bakewell:

The Ashford Arms is a village inn dating from Napoleonic times, set in the very attractive and unspoilt village of Ashford in the Water, just 2 miles from Bakewell, Derbyshire, in the centre of the Peak District.

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We have eight bedrooms each with en-suite bath or shower, washbasin and WC, tea and coffee making facilities, TV and radios.

Bed and Breakfast prices start at £65 per double/twin room per night, going up to £100 per room per night.

Evening meals range in price from £7.50 to £15 per person.

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Our bar is a great meeting place and we have a comfortably furnished dining area offering varied menu with a wide range of specials.

The many attractions of the Peak District are within easy reach, as is Alton Towers.

Ashford in the Water
Ashford in the Water is situated on the banks of the River Wye, just 2 miles upstream of Bakewell, Derbyshire, on the A6 trunk road which links Bakewell and Buxton. It is in the very centre of the Peak District National Park.

The village itself has a number of points of interest for the visitor, including the church which has features dating back to Norman times. There are two ancient bridges across the river - the older of these, Sheepwash Bridge (shown opposite), is a medieval packhorse bridge close to the site of the original ford.
 
It gains its name from the practice of bringing sheep to wash them before shearing - this was continued locally until the 1960s and is demonstrated annually during Well Dressing week.

 

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Contact Details

The Ashford Arms
Church Street
Ashford-in-the-Water
Derbyshire
DE45 1QB
T: 01629 812725

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