About Eastwood Hall, Eastwood
Ashover is a village and civil parish in the English county of Derbyshire. It is in the North East Derbyshire district of the county. The population of the civil parish taken at the 2011 Census was 1,905. It sits in a picturesque valley, not far from the town of Matlock and the Peak District national park. The centre of the village is a conservation area. The River Amber flows through the village. Although Ashover is a small settlement, the actual ward boundaries of the village extend for many miles, including the nearby settlements of Alicehead, Alton, Ashover Hay, Farhill, Kelstedge, Littlemoor, Milltown, Spitewinter, Stone Edge and Uppertown. The two major roads, running through the parish, are the A632 from Matlock to Chesterfield, and the A615 from Matlock to Alfreton. The area along that part of the A615 is named Doehole. Slack is a small hamlet, within the parish, which is south west of Kelstedge on the A632; nearby to there, on Robridding Road (off Wirestone Lane), is the Eddlestow Lot Picnic Site, which has been developed in the former Wirestone Quarry: it is surrounded by heathland vegetation. The picnic site provides a good base to explore the local Public Rights of Way. Circular walks are waymarked from the car park, a leaflet is available by contacting the County Council. There is public access into many of the adjacent Forestry Commission owned woodlands. The site has plants including heather and bilberry. The other numbered roads in the parish are the B5057 from near North Brittain to Stone Edge, the B6036 between Kelstedge and Dalebank running past Ashover itself, and the B6014 from near Butterley to just past Ashover Hay. Fallgate is a hamlet beside the River Amber, in the south-east corner of the parish, off the B6036 to Woolley Moor and Handley.Wikipedia
Overview of Eastwood Hall
As you traverse the city of Eastwood, you'll stumble upon Eastwood Hall. Missed by most of the visitors, Eastwood Hall is unique in its own way.
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Pleasant, corporate style room which was very quiet. Bathroom in need of updating but perfectly clean and serviceable. Grounds lovely, especially for the dog and breakfast was fine. Veggie sausages would have been a welcome addition! Nice pool and other leisure facilities. Would have liked another night.
Service was of an excellent quality. The rooms however were lacking. The bathroom was grubby and in need of a deep clean. Rest of the room was ok. Service in the restaurant was very good and the team members we spoke to were polite and friendly. The food however, just wasn't worth it. We managed to get a last minute deal so it was all included in the price however they're charging top quality restaurant prices for a standard of food you can get in most chain pubs. If we hadn't of had the meal in with the deal we would have left after starters were served. I could not fault the service from anyone we encountered, but I wouldn't stay again.
Stayed here for 3 nights whilst doing a training course, great outside areas, bar and food was good too, room was OK but water pressure sucked... Conference rooms big but lack of decent air conditioning. Apart from that this place is good.
Set in nice grounds. Staff very friendly, leisure club good, pool bigger than the usually hotel size. Bedroom above average and restaurant food tasty although slightly over priced. Would go back again.
Attended a christening, the hotel was advised to have welcome drinks for when we arrived and it was after speaking to the reception that we cot them. Food was great, but again it wasn't out at the agreed time. The drinks from the bar are very expensive. £3.50 for a soft drink (coke) is unreasonable I feel. Positives though, this is a fab venue with lovely grounds. It is very peaceful and offers alot of facilities.