Osmaston is a small village in the Derbyshire Dales in the county of Derbyshire in England. Located two and a half miles south of Ashbourne, Osmaston is an archetypal English village with thatched cottages and a village pond.
Yeldersley is a manor mentioned in the Domesday book. It is located near Ashbourne in Derbyshire
Osmaston Polo Ground
13 acre flat site used for village events and sporting activities. Owned and maintained by the village – used for the Ashbourne Show, North Derby’s Dog Agility, Camping and Caravan Clubs. The ground is also available as a wedding venue.
For information and bookings ring The Shoulder of Mutton – 01335 342371
St. Martin’s Church, Moor Lane, Osmaston, Ashbourne, DE6 1LX
Vicar: Rev’d Paul Taylor
Osmaston Park – We specialise in wedding receptions and private parties and help you create something special surrounded by views over lakes, woodland and parkland that are truly breathtaking.
Yeldersley Hall – A traditional English Country House set deep within the rolling Derbyshire countryside on the edge of the breathtaking Peak District National Park.
The Hall is a sought-after venue for exclusive wedding receptions, sophisticated private functions, and indulgent self-catering escapes.
Yeldersley Old Hall Farm – B&B accommodation.