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The Old Poet's Corner, Ashover - pub details

Old Poet's Corner

Address: Butts Rd, Ashover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 0EW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26384) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Matlock (4 miles), Matlock Bath (4.7 miles), Cromford (4.9 miles)

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Black Swan, Ashover (0.1 miles), Crispin, Ashover (0.1 miles), Nettle Inn, Milltown (0.8 miles), Kelstedge Inn, Kelstedge (0.8 miles), White Horse Woolley Moor, Woolley Moor (1.5 miles)

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Real ales a-plenty, grub like mother used to make and vintage furnishings + decor. Q. What's not to like? A. Nowt
Muzzy - 2 Jul 2016 21:42
Judging by previous reviews, I had high hopes for this place – and I wasn’t disappointed !

Coming in through the main door, the bar is immediately on your left, and there are small rooms of to the left and right (maybe others ?). There are pictures of old Ashover on the walls, including the light railway (unfortunately the table in front of that was occupied), and the room we were in was decorated with tons of hops and old beer bottles. You can also sit on some benches out the back, in the midst of beer barrels and car-park.

There is a range of real ales on tap, that is too large to remember accurately, but I think there were 9. 3 or 4 were from their own Ashover Brewery, the rest were from various small breweries. There were a couple from Oakham and a “friendly face” for the unadventurous in the form of Old Hookey. I had the Ashover Light Rale, which was pleasant but unadventurous, and Ashover Milk Stout which was very nice but hoppier than I expected.

The kitchen was being refurbished, so instead of a full menu they were only offering a “top 10” – a varied selection of 10 dishes . Most of them sounded very nice, but I was more or less forced to have the Chilli Con Carne as I’d recently had a tooth out, and this was to be my first hot meal for 3 days ! And very nice the chilli was too.

The place was advertising a number of special events. I can’t remember them all, but they included live music and a curry night which unusually was on Sundays.

9/10 – excellent. Will definitely return.

Martinsh - 21 Jun 2015 19:16
Fantastic range and quality of beers - loved the Ashove Rail Ale.
Home made food with massive portions and superb real chips.
spoinge - 18 Aug 2014 11:14
I wish that this pub was nearer to London.
Great pub, charming staff and great beers.
theinvestigator - 10 Jan 2014 19:17
Back again. Oakham citra and Ashover Citra, Spolit for choice. Can not wait to go back again. Shame so far away.
servingwench - 2 Dec 2013 13:50

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