Newton House Hotel Ashbourne
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Newton House is an elegant country house situated on the Tissington Trail in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Whether you're here to explore the vast range of treasures that Derbyshire has to offer, or simply stopping off as part of your busy walking holiday, we'll do everything we can to give you a warm welcome and a relaxing stay.
Newton House has 28 en-suite bedrooms. Most are located in the main house, with others in the adjacent cottages.Our standard en-suite rooms have the following; En-suite bathroom with WC and shower or bath, Tea and coffee making facilities, TV and Hairdryer.
Our grounds are out of this world and can be seen clearly from many of our comfortable bedrooms, along with views of the fantastic surroundings. A short stroll through our back garden takes you straight onto The Tissington Trailwhere you can cycle walk and meander to your heart's content.
If you're looking for a country house with character and a friendly, family-run atmosphere, you've found it. We are only a 30 minute drive from Alton Towers theme park. Newton House is the perfect Guest House for your walking holiday on The Tissington Trail, Dovedale, Ashbourne, Peak District or anywhere in Derbyshire.
To view our full selection of accommodation in Peak District, view our hotels in Peak District page.
SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 413 reviews
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Nice little break in Derbyshire
Stay Date: 22/08/2016, a customer aged 45-64 who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
We stayed for two nights at the Newton House Hotel, which is just a few miles south of Bakewell. An excellent full English breakfast was included in the price. The hotel also has a small bar and restaurant with sensibly priced food and drink. Our pla… See more
We stayed for two nights at the Newton House Hotel, which is just a few miles south of Bakewell. An excellent full English breakfast was included in the price. The hotel also has a small bar and restaurant with sensibly priced food and drink. Our plan was to spend a day at nearby Haddon Hall and a day at Chatsworth House. We were fortunate to have perfect weather and had an excellent couple of days away. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- Haddon Hall: 5 out of 5
- Bakewell: 4 out of 5
- Chatsworth House: 5 out of 5
What a wonderful break !
Stay Date: 10/2016, AD5362 wrote this review.
We had a great rate for our visit here to the Peak District this w/e, but got no less standard of service. A very comfortable room (3), with warm friendly greeting and attention from every member of staff, all throughout our stay. Comfortable room, g… See more
We had a great rate for our visit here to the Peak District this w/e, but got no less standard of service. A very comfortable room (3), with warm friendly greeting and attention from every member of staff, all throughout our stay. Comfortable room, great breakfast, and good Sunday lunch ( served well late in the afternoon, so acted as dinner ! ). Such a convenient base for the Tissington Trail (own access), as well as DoveDale - so much gorgeous scenery Thank you, all Newton House staff - see you again .. Collapse
Awful, filthy place
Stay Date: 10/2016, phil w wrote this review.
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 for approximately… See more
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 for approximately five mins before a fairly pleasant lady came to reception and apologised for keeping us waiting, explained that she worked in the tea rooms adjoined to the hotel and was covering reception as they were understaffed. She also mentioned that she was struggling with the email system and that's where any bookings come through (I'll explain the relevance of this shortly). She then gave us the key to our room 28 and explained we had to go through door 30 in the outside barns, separate from the hotel. Upon arriving at door 30, I realised what she meant... door 30 then went through to rooms 28,29 and 30. With a shared toilet/shower! Not as described on our booking! Upon entering room 28 my heart sank, it was a tiny little room consisting of 2 single beds and a desk. And a skylight which we soon realised was sealed shut! No television (as described on our booking) no tea and coffee making facilities( also listed on the booking along with a PRIVATE bathroom) At this point, I went to leave the room to go to reception to complain. The lock wouldn't open, I tried over and over again to open the door, checking the deadlock. My wife also tried, to no avail. I then looked for a phone to contact reception. No phone either! And guess what..... no mobile reception either as this place is so remote. Also the wi-fi (also listed on the booking!).... not working. The panic started to set in. Trapped in a death trap, if there was a fire, we were completely stuck. Moving around the room and holding my phone up to the SEALED skylight I managed to get a signal. THANK GOD!!!!.....Or so I thought...... I tried to call reception, constantly engaged. I tried 64 times to call, engaged! We spent 1 hour and 47 minutes trying to get out of the room, trying the lock over and over again. Trying to make some noise to attract someone's attention......nothing. Also constantly trying to call reception. We emailed the hotel....nothing. All became clear.... they had took the phone off the hook because they had no staff and the lady was working in the tea rooms, not on reception. And she had already told us earlier she couldn't work out the email so who knows when our email was going to be read?! We had no choice but to call the Fire Brigade, which, in itself, was a nightmare, with my phone constantly dropping the calls due to the poor reception. Eventually, the Fire Brigade turned up and after trying many keys in the door (which was pointless as the lock was completely broken), they smashed the door down. At this point the lady from 'reception' met us outside and was extremely apologetic and offered to get us a drink from the bar, free of charge, after the ordeal we had gone through. She couldn't apologise enough, however, denied leaving the phone off the hook. She said she had been taking bookings. YEAH RIGHT!!!! This is a run down hotel in the middle of nowhere, not the HILTON in central London!!! I doubt they get any more than a couple of bookings a day, let alone constant bookings for almost 2 hours!!!....I can only presume she didn't want to get into trouble with her boss? Whilst we were in the bar we noticed the place looked like it hadn't been cleaned in months, if not years! There were cobwebs everywhere, and HUNDREDS of dead flies, on the floor, the windowsills, even tables. The lady then came to show us an alternative room, she said it was one of the best rooms in the hotel.... it was ok, at best. But at least it had the facilities listed on our booking, television, tea and coffee making facilities, a private bathroom and a window that opened! Why weren't we given this room in the first place?????!! The rest of the stay was ok, but I think we were more relieved to have escaped the first room. Breakfast was ok, as long as you're not at all hungry, one tiny sausage, one slice of bacon and an egg, however, it was cooked well. Upon checking out, a girl, who we had not seen before, but had heard about what had happened, presented us with a bottle of wine and apologised profusely for what we had been through. When we returned home we decided to contact hotels.com to obtain a refund. We received a reply saying the hotel had refused the refund. We contacted the hotel to find out why this was, only to be spoken to in a disgraceful manner saying it was our fault and there was nothing wrong with the lock!!!!!!! UNBELIEVABLE!!!!! I can only hope the bill that was passed to the lady by the Fire Brigade for smashing the door down after trying dozens of keys to open the door (but nothing wrong with the lock!) was a sizeable one!!!! Stay at this hotel at your peril!! Collapse
Great for a short break
Stay Date: 10/2016, Erromardie wrote this review.
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… See more
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 which I doubt that anything can be done about was you could hear people through the walls but nothing that a pair of earplugs couldn't sort! We would definately stop again. Collapse
Pleasant and a good price
Stay Date: 09/2016, Sam R wrote this review.
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.
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. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2016, big_rog1 wrote this review.
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 a b… See 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 a bit of choice but the cooked part couldve been much better as they used cheap beans sausage bacon etc.Dont think id stay here again.Roger Clarke 2016. Collapse
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