Rural Accommodation

Turlow Bank

B&B
£35.00
 -  £55.00
Notes : per person per night
Turlow Bank
Hognaston
Ashbourne
DE6 1PW
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Owner Information
Jill Salisbury
Derbyshire
Phone : +44(0)1335 370299
We have renovated this early 19th Century farmhouse to provide our guests with superior Bed and Breakfast accommodation in this quiet location.

Set in six acres on the hillside overlooking the charming village of Hognaston, we are surrounded by glorious views. Watch the ponies grazing in the field, enjoy the hens pecking around and be grateful there's no cockerel to disturb your nights rest.

Relax watching the ducks on our farm or the wild ducks and geese flying by on their way to nearby Carsington Water.

Let us spoil you with our excellent facilities - relax , read or watch TV in our spacious guest lounge which is tastefully furnished in traditional style. There is a video and selection of books about the locality for you to plan your visits. A log fire will give extra comfort on those cooler evenings.

The house is centrally heated throughout and the quality of the property is reflected in the AA quality rating of five stars.

We do not accept dogs other than guide dogs. Smoking is not permitted in the house. We do not allow children under 12 years.

Enjoy a full English breakfast in the dining room. Local produce is used where possible. We are pleased to cater for vegetarians though please let us know on booking of any specific dietary needs. Packed lunches are available on request. A number of local pubs and restaurants serve excellent food at lunchtime and in the evenings.

Outside you will find a delightful patio with garden furniture and a landscaped garden where you can relax, listen to birdsong, enjoy the countryside beyond and watch the sun set.
Accept Children 
Serves Breakfast 
Stabling 
Garden Patio 
Internet Access 
Parking On-Site 
Real Fires 

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