Sandybrook Country Park is located in the heart of the Peak District National Park.
From M1 South: Leave M1 at junction 24 taking the A50 towards Uttoxeter/Stoke. Continue along A50 for 20 miles, then take A515 north towards Ashbourne. Follow the one-way system around Ashbourne in the direction of the A515 towards Buxton. Sandybrook Country Park is one mile out of town on the right hand side, just past the turn on the left towards Thorpe and Dovedale.
From M1 North: Leave M1 at junction 28, taking A38 towards Derby. Branch off onto A610 (signposted Matlock) and take this road to Ambergate. At junction with A6 turn left (signposted Derby). In Belper take A517 (signposted Ashbourne). In Ashbourne follow signs for A515 towards Buxton. Sandybrook Country Park is one mile out of town on the right hand side, just past the turn on the left towards Thorpe and Dovedale.
To plan your route from home click on the green button on the map above, select 'Directions' and enter your home town. The postcode is DE6 2AQ should you need it for your SatNav.
Should you lose your way to Sandybrook Country Park, please call us on 01335 300000 for further directions and we will do our best to help.
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“Great break!”21 September 2016
From beginning to end, our 4 nights at Ashbourne were just so relaxing and enjoyable. Read Full Review
“Lovely relaxed family weekend”6 September 2016
We stayed at Sandybrook for 3 nights over a long weekend. The lodge was spacious and very clean, and the site was so quiet! Read Full Review
“Absolutely wonderful holiday!”31 August 2016
"When we went inside it was like a tardis! Spacious, light and airy - a true home from home." Read Full Review
“Excellent Once Again”7 August 2016
Stayed for the 5th time for a week. Came home today and already looking at booking for next year. Lodges are great and have... Read Full Review