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The Okeover Arms
Motorhome Pub Stopover
|Mappleton, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, DE6 2AB|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|The Okeover Arms, one of the most welcoming pubs on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District. Perfectly situated between Ashboune and Dovedale, our country pub is ideally located for locals and visitors. Offering a warm welcome and good home cooked food.|
Muddy boots, children and dogs are all welcome!
|Please phone ahead if wishing to stopover|
121m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Stayed here for a Sunday night in our 7.5m motorhome. Plenty of room in car park to manoeuvre into place.View all reviews by kiteman
The food was lovely and filling and worth the money... and we slept well........Until the Cockerel decided it was time to wake up.
If approaching from Ashbourne you will see a sign saying "No coaches or Caravans" don't panic, we had no problems with the trip in and out.
We would stay again if visiting Alton Towers.
(I have rated 5 for facilities as all I could find was a rubbish bin)
Stayed here for 1 night Easter weekend. Quiet in the night aoart from the odd sheep baaing. Rang in advance to check. Food prices very reasonable and food was plentiful.View all reviews by dable
Everyone very friendly, nice views and a lovely walk across the fields with the sheep! The resturant opens for breakfast but i think you need to book in advance, however was handy to nip in to use the bathroom. Lovely place ????
Just outside Matlock with a huge car park. Nice view of the ducks, chickens and sheep fields. Attempted the cross-country walk into Matlock but the signs ran out so walked along the road which took about 45 minutes. The are bus stops along the road but were told that there are no buses! Pub is more modern on the inside than it appears on the outside. Our friends had a meal there and described it as 'glorious'. Staff were very friendly and helpful.View all reviews by 3264blanchard
Very friending and lovely pub. Food was outstanding. Great little stop over. Beauitful local walks to tissington trail and ashbourne. Very quite area. Would highy recommend.View all reviews by donnawilkinson
A great stopover, very welcoming and good food. May need ramps. Good location for cycling the Tissington trail,Ashbourne or walk along the river to Dovedale.View all reviews by greeny
A nice village pub in the Peak District, this was our first pub stop, the staff were very friendly, the beer was good and the food excellent and very reasonably priced. The car park is compacted dirt and slightly sloping so you might need levelling ramps, we didn’t bother.View all reviews by ukbandit
Would definitely stay here again when I’m in the area. Toilets are in the pub and there are taps if you need water.
A lovely village pub in the Derbyshire peak district. The Okeover is probably more of a restauraunt than a pub but there is a good mix of diners and drinkers. Recently tastefully modernised the staff are friendly. Good real ales served from local brewers. Large car park. Park at the back and it's very quiet. Ducks, chickens and hens provide the entertainment. Easy 1.5 mile walk along lanes into Ashbourne; a good selection of real ale pubs. Access to the Tissington trail nearby. Excellent.View all reviews by drunkencelt
I stayed here for one night (Saturday). I didn't phone ahead. I parked in the far corner of the car park and went in to ask the landlady if I could stay, explaining that I had seen the pub on this site. She was friendly and told me it would be OK if I had parked in the area which I was parked in. I didn't buy a meal but spent an hour sitting by the fire enjoying a couple of drinks. The pub was busy with people having meals and the food looked good and was very reasonably priced. Next time I visit I will definitely try it. As I was tired, I asked the landlady if I could take my glass of wine to my van. She didn't mind at all. The car park is slightly sloping, but it was easy to find a suitable spot. There was one other motorhome there. I felt very welcome here and it's a quiet little place. I will go back again.View all reviews by debi1