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Stone Cottage In Beautiful Ashover Village, Miles Of Scenic Walks To Explore - Poets Corner Cottage (3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6/8)

Bedrooms 3
Minimum Stay nights



Poets Corner Cottage (3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6/8)

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!

About the property


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.

The Old Poets Corner
Member since: 2011
Speaks English
Calendar last updated:
18 January, 2017

About The Old Poets Corner

The picture is of us a few years ago (2006) receiving one of the many awards for our 1st pub The Old Poets Corner in Ashover. We both lived in Derbyshire for almost all of our lives and for the last eight years we've been in and around Ashover. Our place of residence now is just down the road from the main village, alongside the Ogston Reservoir and there we intend to stay. The children have all fled the nest now so it's just us and the three cocker spaniels left to walk the beautiful countryside (peace at last). Our workload has increased since the photo was taken, we now operate another three pubs and we're partners in Ashover Brewery. Our office is still at the Old Poets though, so if you book with us for the cottage or B&B we will probably see you at some time during your stay.

The Old Poets Corner purchased this in 2004

Why The Old Poets Corner chose North East Derbyshire

We had been at the pub for two years when the cottage came up for sale and couldn't resist buying it. This is a wonderful traditional Derbyshire village on the edge of the Peak District and winner of the Calor village of the year award for good reason. Situated in the rural Amber valley with miles and miles of footpaths and lovely views all around, you only have a 10 minute drive to Matlock or Chesterfield for shopping. In the village are three good pubs (one is ours) a post office, newsagent, butchers, tuck shop and Doctor's surgery. Ashover is a peaceful place but there is plenty going on if you look for it. Pick your week for beer festivals, shows, music festivals, concerts and lots of outdoor activities. The locals are really friendly too.

What makes this unique

The cottage has a four poster bedroom, bathroom with underfloor heating, jacuzzi bath and separate shower. Sky TV in the lounge and kitchen which has a large cooking range, dishwasher and American style fridge freezer. You are only a few paces from the Old Poets Corner, which boasts 10 real ales, 7 traditional ciders, fruit wines and single malts and if you choose not to cook, breakfast is served from 8:30 (please book) and home cooked food is served every lunch and evening. The Ashover micro brewery is also adjacent and you are most welcome to call in and see how beer is brewed or spend a day brewing yourself by prior arrangement. Nearby attractions are Chatsworth House, Crich Tramway Village, Heights of Abraham, Arkwrights Mills, Crooked Spire, Bakewell pudding shop...ad infinitum-ish.

Available Rentals


  • Booking Notes:
    Contact the Old Poets Corner for payment of booking deposits by card transaction.

    Changeover Day:
    Please enquire.

    Notes on prices:
    Discounts available on cottage stays in excess of 4 nights. Discounts available on B&B for more that one night and Camra members. Mid week single occupancy rate for B&B of £55 per night. Dogs welcome at £5 per dog per night


Accommodation and facilities for this holiday in Ashover in North East Derbyshire District

Accommodation Type:
  • Guest House
House Rules:
  • Max. occupancy: 8
  • pets considered
Location Type:
  • rural
  • village
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1 - Toilet , Bath (no shower) , Shower Enclosure
  • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • Golf ...
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. B&B rooms all have flatscreen TV with freesat & DVD, en-suite shower room with w.c. & washbasin. Linen & towels provided. Outside: Shared picnic table area with the Old Poets Corner, overlooking the Amber valley.


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Special interest holidays:

Interested in learning more about beer or how our micro brewery operates? Well, as part of a meal at the pub we can offer tours around our brewery, at no additional cost (please ask for details when booking).


Located 12 miles from M1 junction 29 or 28.


Ashover village is about thirty minutes drive from the M1 but is a quite country village location, with easy travel to the Peak district. Matlock 4.5 miles, Chesterfield 7 miles, Chatsworth 12 miles and Bakewell 13 miles.

Further Details:

Three village pubs all serving food, one making own beer, post office, butchers and general food store.