Sandybrook Country Park – luxury self-catering holiday lodges
Award winning Sandybrook Country Park is situated close to the picturesque market town of Ashbourne. The park provides luxury self-catering lodge holiday accommodation perfect for a relaxing break, an exciting activity holiday or a romantic weekend away. It is an ideal location for exploring the southern Peak District or visiting Alton Towers.
The park provides a relaxing atmosphere, with an old walled garden, historic pinetum and a small woodland walk which meanders through a bluebell wood.
With fantastic facilities, we have created the perfect setting for you and your family to enjoy an amazing holiday where you can choose to do as much or as little as you please.
Elite lodges are designed to a superior specification and generally have a larch exterior with lighter more contemporary interiors a number of extra luxury features.
Great value traditional lodges have redwood exteriors and provide very comfortable accommodation. There are 2 parking spaces outside each lodge.
Why not sink into the relaxing bubbles of your own indulgent outdoor hot-tub, the ultimate way to wind down whilst on holiday. Relax and unwind in the hot water bubbles and let the powerful jets massage away your stress. Hot-tubs are discreetly positioned on the veranda outside your lodge for your exclusive use
Our indoor heated swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna is the perfect place to relax or enjoy a refreshing swim. As part of Go Active, we also offer a range of fun and entertaining activities onsite that the whole family will enjoy.
GO Juniors are activities that are specially designed for 3-7 year olds and will develop a range of skills in a fun and enjoyable environment. Activities are based around imaginative role plays, craft activities and practical skills such as archery and fencing.
Go Active are activities designed for older children and adults who will be trained by our qualified instructors on everything from the art of archery to the thrill of body zorbing.
Things to See & Do
From rugged moorland to rolling hills and dales, the Derbyshire Peak District has some of the country’s finest scenery, just waiting to be explored. Britain’s first National Park may be the biggest free attraction, but there are plenty of other exciting things to do and places to visit. Click Here for more information
Trip Advisor Comments
“Fantastic week at Sandybrook”
“Great Family Holiday”
“A Haven for all Ages”