Pubs / Bars in Ashbourne Reviews
Newest Review: ... climbing frames. There are also two smaller play area's that have equipment for under fives only which has ride on tractors, little tikes cars etc. and a Little Tikes plastic climbing block with slides. All of the area's are safely enclosed from the car park and have chippings and safety barriers around them. the 'picnic' type tables are situated next to the play area's too enableing parents to keep a close eye on their little ones at all times. The Pub does a very extensive menu but does get very busy at popular times, bank holidays and weekends especially if the weather is nice and this can lead to a long wait, 1 ho... more
Customer Pubs / Bars in Ashbourne Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/05/01, updated on 08/05/01 (Very useful, 223 readings)
The Knockerdown Pub, On the Matlock Road between Ashbourne and Matlock (next to Carsington Water). The owners of this characteristic pub have really thought through the facilities for hot days/evenings when you want to take your small children to a pub garden and know that they are safe and sufficiently occupied for you to have a meal and a drink in peace. The play area consists of a seperate area with large adventure type play equipment, wooden and ropes etc. with slides and climbing frames. There are also two smaller play area's that have equipment for under fives only which has ride on tractors, little tikes cars etc. and a Little Tikes plastic ... Read the complete review
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