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Full Postal AddressCoach & Horses, Fenny Bentley, ASHBOURNE, DE6 1LB [Map]
Telephone Number01335 350246Pub's Own Website 
Opening Times11-23 MO-SA; 12-22.30 SU
FacilitiesCar Park, Evening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals

The Coach and Horses, July 2002

Came across the pub by accident as another one that Mark, Sue, Tracey and I were intending to go to was shut. However, we were glad that on the chilly early March day during 1999 that we had discovered the pub as it was well worth the visit. A lovely old 17th Century pub on the A515 north of Ashbourne.

A smart pub with a very friendly cosy atmosphere with a good selection of real ales including two or three guests during the summer months. Comfortable wooden chairs and settles with cushions and panelled walls.

An excellent selection of reasonably priced meals with interesting specials. We're certainly all planning to return for a meal during the Summer months when you can sit on picnic tables out the back.

Pub sign, July 2002

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