Paula & Shaun along with our son Josh welcome you

to share our home in the heart of Matlock Bath, Derbyshire

  • On site parking available
  • Parking at rear for cycles and motorcycles
  • 2 minutes walk from the railway station
  • Regular bus service to numerous destinations

Spacious bedrooms, and a large choice of food available from our breakfast menu. We use local, organic produce when available. 


We have gained the Enjoy England Breakfast Award.

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Tariffs

      Bed and Full English Breakfast       (based on 2 people sharing)

Twin / Double from £70 - £80
Family rooms from £80 - £90.

     Discount available for single occupants      in double rooms

Please ask for further details.


       Well behaved dogs@ £5.00 per night        in some rooms.

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Matlock Bath

Nestled amongst the imposing cliffs of the Derwent Valley and known for generations as "little Switzerland", Matlock Bath is a village which was visited in the 19th century because of the local waters which were renowned for their "curative and uplifting virtues".

The dramatic scenery of the area gave a romantic background to the Victorians' pursuance of health and vigour. The scenery hasn't changed over the years but now Matlock Bath has more to offer than just its "magical waters". 

There are many attractions within easy walking distance: the cable cars to the Heights of Abraham, Gulliver's Kingdom, the Temple Mining Museum and the Aquarium and petrifying well are some examples.

Ashdale is ideally situated in the centre of the village, with level walking to the railway station and pubs, restaurants and cafes close by.

Matlock Bath is on the edge of the Peak District National Park, offering scope for the walker, cyclist or tourer. Within 10 miles of Ashdale stand Chatsworth House with its fine grounds and Haddon Hall, the location for many medieval film settings. Within 15 miles are Hardwick, Kedleston and Sudbury Halls. Peak Rail, with regular steam trains is based 1 mile away. Ecclesbourne Valley Railway is at Wirksworth. Just over the hill from Ashdale is the National Tramway Museum at Crich.The National Stone Centre is 2.5 miles away and Carsington Water about 5 miles.

Matlock Bath is the northern entrance to the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site which snakes 15 miles down the river valley to Derby. The World Heritage Site contains a fascinating series of historic mill complexes, including some of the world's first "modern factories". Sir Richard Arkwright's magnificent Masson Mill (now a museum and shopping centre) and Cromford Mill & Canal are just a short walk away from Ashdale.