Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park is a family-friendly park set in the heart of Derbyshire surrounded by beautiful panoramic views of the Peak District. Ashbourne Heights is perfect for those who love the outdoors with pastoral views, surrounding footpaths, lush greenery and the entrance to the park being part of the famous Tissington Trail countryside walk.
As well as enjoying the surrounding countryside, there is much to do on-site. This includes having a splash in the indoor-heated pool, socialising in the rally room with TV and WiFi, and sitting in the picnic area enjoying the sunshine whilst the children play in the outdoor play area. There is also an on-site convenience store and dog-walking area. The park is surrounded by small, traditional villages including Tissington, Fenny Bentley and Thorpe where local village stores, classic village pubs and quaint tea and coffee rooms can be found.
Under ten-minutes drive of the park is the historical market town of Ashbourne and is packed full of independent shops, cafes and restuarants as supermarkets to stock up on essentials. The town is picturesque with it’s winding cobbled streets and Georgian and Tudor styled buildings. Ashbourne is home to the National Trust Museum of Childhood which is a seventeenth-century mansion with eight galleries celebrating childhood and exploring childhood throughout the ages including the opportunity to venture down a Victorian mine tunnel, an outer-space magical forest dedicated for story-telling and an impressive toy’s gallery.
Three-miles from the park is the stunning Dovedale National Nature Reserve which has an ancient woodland, wildflower-rich grass land and wildlife-abundant river. Half-an-hour from the park is Alton Towers, with attractions for all the family to enjoy including thrilling rides, a waterpark, golf and a spa.