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Reviews of Peveril of the Peak Hotel, Ashbourne

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Review by Leah Hutcheson on 11th April, 2007

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fantastic views, lovely place, excelent food, good size bedrooms, wonderful staff, BUT not sure if they have a cleaner! although the room was 'wiped' nobody seems to of cleaned the; tiles, grout, carpet was only hovered in centre, windows; mould was growing on the glass, i don't really want to moan too much as it was a lovely place but the cleaner needs re-training in not just wiping the bits you can see! otherwise wonderful place to be stationed.

Date visited: 6th April 2007

Review by Andrew, Sutton-in-Ashfield on 5th September, 2006

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Good Points: The rooms are very comfortable and clean. The staff were very polite and helpful, they couldn't do enough for you. Excellant stay, would definately return again in the near future. Bad Points: Not a lot, the only thing was the wallpaper was peeling off slightly at the joints on the ceiling and in the bathroom the bath panel could do with a lick of paint. Not a lot as I said! General Review: When approaching the hotel it looked really nice as you traverse the tree lined drive, the drive rises to the hotel and is fairly steep if on foot, there is a good sized carpark. As you enter the reception area the Bar, Dining room, seating area and corridors to bedrooms are just off allowing easy access. Dining highly recommmended, the meals we had were truely delightful, as were the waitresses. Cellphone reception is limited but phones are in the rooms.

Date visited: 2006-09-05

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