The town is home to several independent businesses including a butcher, a fishmonger, various gift shops and clothing boutiques, as well as having various high street brands in close proximity.
Granted a market charter in the 13th Century, Ashbourne still has a twice-weekly market in the cobbled Market Place. You can pick up fresh produce, home furnishings or even gifts at this popular market.
The Tissington Trail is a popular, nearby walking route, ideal for those that enjoy escaping into nature.
Ashbourne lies close to the southern edge of the Peak District National Park, with the city of Derby just 10 miles to the south west. It's also close to Dovedale, a popular valley with stunning natural rock formations, caves and streams.
Ashbourne is probably most famous for its annual Royal Shrovetide football match, which involves one half of the town playing the other. The pitch stretches across the whole town and the goals are three miles apart. Several thousand players take part over the two-day event, a local tradition which has continued since the 12th Century.
Gardens, Landscaped Gardens, Seated Patio Area