Osmaston is a picture-postcard Derbyshire village. Mentioned as Osmundestone in the Domesday Book, the Village was built to support nearby Osmaston Manor and retains a strong community atmosphere. Bonnie Prince Charlie Walk traces the route of Prince Charles Edward Stuart’s march from Ashbourne to Derby in 1745, where the Stuart Army retreated back north.
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Osmaston Park offers wonderful scenic lakes and woodland walks with the watermill a hidden gem. Bonnie Prince Charlie Walk cuts through Osmaston Park. The Shoulder of Mutton in the Village is a traditional pub serving excellent food. Nearby Ashbourne is a notable Derbyshire market town.
Osmaston is situated just off the A52, close to Ashbourne.