The summer is finally upon us and it is a great time for family and friends to enjoy the outdoors. Are you ready for an eventful short break away? Well, within the month of June, there are plenty of events within Derbyshire for you to enjoy. Here are some of the events that are waiting for you. Continue reading →
The next event here at Offcote Grange will be Poetry in the Garden ,
Poetry in The Garden Ashbourne Festival
enjoy a lovely afternoon sitting in our beautiful gardens enjoying the poetry of Matt Bryden. The event kicks off at 2.30 pm on Saturday the 24th June 2017. Come along and enjoy an afternoon of culture with refreshments served mid way. A chance to meet old friends and new with the same interests. We have plenty of safe off road car parking. Tickets £7.50 per person.
Special offers for midweek breaks during May 2017, 4 nights for £1400 inclusive of vat, sleeping up to 14 people in either Hillside Croft or Billys Bothy ( option of a 6th annex bedroom at Billys Bothy) A great value holiday in large luxury self catering cottages in a most beautiful part of Derbyshire, edging the fabulous Peak District National Park and close to Carsington Water.
A wonderful opportunity for walking groups to stay in a luxury cottage in the centre of Derbyshire, many walks from the doorstep and lots of others following the myriad of pathways across this most beautiful countryside. Relax and enjoy a BBQ after a wonderful day out.
When celebrating your wedding anniversary in the countryside, you can also take in the relaxing views and enjoy the fresh air. Whether you’re celebrating alongside your children or just as a couple, Derbyshire has a wide range of stunning locations to visit and activities to do within less than half an hour distance from Offcote Grange.
Whether you just got engaged or you are planning your wedding, the beautiful Derbyshire countryside offers you a relaxing atmosphere for you and for your friends and family. You can breathe in the clear fresh air and take in the stunning scenery and know your wedding day will be special.
Here at Offcote Grange, ensuring you have a perfect wedding is our priority, which is why we provide high-quality, luxurious self-catered accommodation and a stunning wedding reception venue. The spring and summer seasons offer lush green scenery with stunning displays of colourful flowers all around. It is a lovely time for your wedding, with nice weather and breathtaking scenery.
How to have the perfect hen party is a subjective topic; everyone has their own tastes and each bride will have a very different idea of what they want for their celebration.
If you’re a bride who is looking for something a little different than simply heading out on the town, we think that you’ll love what we can offer here at Offcote Grange. While we don’t plan your hen night for you – that’s up to you and your bridesmaids to find something you’ll enjoy – we do have cottages which make the perfect base for any plans that you do make!
Family fun attractions are always great ways to spend quality time with your loved ones. From beautiful landscapes to amazing animals, Derbyshire has many stunning views for you and your family to enjoy.
In 2017, going outdoors and being active will ensure that you can see the wonderful sights Derbyshire has to offer while having a great time.
We’ve had a wonderful 2016 here at Offcote Grange, and we can’t quite believe that we’re on the brink of a brand-new year already.
2016 has seen us host some wonderful guests in our holiday cottages in the Peak District. If you’ve stayed with us, we’d love to extend our gratitude to you for choosing Offcote Grange as the base for your stay, and hope that you enjoyed staying with us as much as we loved having you around!
Located in the Derbyshire Dales, Ashbourne is a lovely market town surrounded by stunning countryside. It’s known as the ‘gateway to Dovedale’ for being the closest town to Dovedale and for its location near the southern edge of the Peak District. Ashbourne is a great are for hikers and nature lovers, with trails such as the Tissington Trail, on which you can cycle or walk in a traffic-free area.
The National Trust is a charity founded in 1895 with the mission to preserve heritage and cultural sites in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Owning more than 200 sites, it has a stewardship over 1,000 square miles of countryside that include areas in the Peak District and the Lake District.
Similarly, the government sponsored public body English Heritage has a wide number of monuments and buildings under their care, ensuring that over 400 sites, like Hadrian’s Wall and Stonehenge, are well-maintained and protected.
Derbyshire is home to many locations of rich culture and history that your whole family will love to visit!