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My wife and I stayed here the night before a trip to Alton towers. Our first impression of the place was that it was in a lovely position in the Derbyshire dales. That was the ONLY good thing. Upon arrival we waited at the reception...More
I stayed here with my mother on the 19th to 21st of August 2016.Ashborne is a very nice town with good cafes and small gift shops.Newton house is a short drive from Ashborne.The rooms are average and the breakfast was very average ok theres quite...More
Lovely, friendly staff. Our room was clean and comfortable.
Good breakfast apart from the poached eggs which were rock hard!! Highly recommend staying here, especially if you like walking or cycling in the Peak District.
We thought it fine for a couple of days in the Peak district. Bar was nice with a good selection of ales, evening meal was good and breakfast plentyful. Especially liked the berries and yogurt. Staff were very nice and room was spotless. Only problem...More
After looking tirelessly for a place to accommodate my mum who is disabled and my dog I came across Newton House and so glad I did! My mother has copd so stairs are a major issue. The staff handled our booking brilliantly and reserved us...More
US$66 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I can only speak for the room we were in. That was a double bedded room number 10 It was clean and the bed was comfortable. It was at the front of the hotel and as it was very warm we had the windows open, so there was some... More
I can only speak for the room we were in. That was a double bedded room number 10 It was clean and the bed was comfortable. It was at the front of the hotel and as it was very warm we had the windows open, so there was some traffic noise from the main road from 5 am onwards. It had a decent shower room.requirements. I to found the staff very helpful. John
That depends on where you are walking. The Bluebell at Tissington, just of the trail is closing shortly. there are two pubs in Alstonefield . We did not walk the Trail North so not aware of any that way.