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Dove Farm - Ashbourne

    Dove Farm Cottages – three adjoining barn conversions, opening out onto enclosed, patio garden. When booked together, Dove Farm sleeps 16 + 2, including use of Dove dining studio. 

    There is a cot and high chair available. 

    Dove Farm is a working family farm, with a variety of farm pets to meet too.  There is a farm and riverside trail for guests to enjoy at their leisure.  Groups will love the extra communal space of Dove dining studio.  This room seats 16-18 comfortably around one large table. Perfect for dinner parties and small celebrations.  Catering service available.  Short breaks all year round. Alton Towers is just 4 miles away, following a direct route to the theme park entrance .  Ashbourne 5 miles.
     
    For those who simply want to get away from it all - there are wonderful walks and views across the traditional pastures of the Derbyshire dales, the open country of the Staffordshire Moorlands, or the more rugged terrain of the Peak District beyond. A short drive of 5 miles takes you into the traditional market town of Ashbourne, the gateway to Dovedale.
     
    Staying at Dove Farm, you will appreciate being within easy reach of all the activities and attractions Staffordshire and Derbyshire have to offer.
     
    Our three luxury cottages and adjoining studio, are a thriving part of our working family farm. Grouped together around an enclosed patio garden, these 18th century barn conversions, offer an exceptional blend of contemporary style and historic flavour. Dove Farm Cottages and Studio are strictly non-smoking.
     
    Our standard sleeping capacity is 14 people + cots, however we can accommodate up to 18 people (depending on numbers of couples and singles) across all 3 cottages and studio, with the help of additional fold-up beds. There is ample parking next to the cottages.

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