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Here we have 8 of the best hotels that Buxton has to offer you, where you can get a comfortable night’s sleep after a day of exploring this beautiful town in the heart of the Peak District.
The 8 Best Hotels in Buxton – Cheap Hotels
Britannia Hotels are proud to introduce The Palace Hotel in Buxton. Since 1868, The Palace has been an important building in the spa town of Buxton. Situated in over 5 acres of stunning landscaped gardens, this new addition to the Britannia hotel family is perfectly located on the edge of the Peak District National Park.
- From £47
#1 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
Welcome to the Old Hall Hotel in Buxton, reputed to be the oldest hotel in England. As well as our long history and connections to Mary Queen of Scots, visitors come back time and time again, so they tell us, because of our charm, good food and individuality…and because we sit at the heart of Derbyshire’s market town of Buxton, on the edge of the beautiful Peak District. Come and visit us soon, whether for a wedding, to dine in our restaurant or to sample our accommodation, you’ll be made very welcome.
- From £47
#2 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
The Best Western Plus Buxton Lee Wood Hotel is one of the most perfectly positioned accommodation in Buxton, right in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Three quarters of Buxton are surrounded by the Peaks, so you’ll be well in range of many short and cheerful strolls, or strenuous walks for the experienced hiker.
- From £73
#3 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
Located on the edge of Buxton’s town centre, (just far enough from the hustle and bustle) but close enough that it’s just a 5 minute walk away from the Buxton Opera House, Pavilion Gardens, and Pavilion Arts Centre all of which are venues for the popular Buxton Festivals.
- Lounge Area
- Hotel Gardens
- Private car parking
- From £85
#4 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
Featuring free WiFi, Robins Roost offers accommodation in Buxton. Buxton Opera House is 500 metres from the property.
All units feature a TV and DVD player. There is also a kitchen, fitted with a dishwasher, oven and toaster. Every unit has a private bathroom with a bath or shower.
The Octagon Theatre is 1.2 km from Robins Roost. The nearest airport is Manchester Airport, 27 km from Robins Roost.
- Non – Smoking rooms
- Dining Area
- Air conditioned rooms
- Holiday Home
- From £113
#5 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
The Westminster Hotel is a family run hotel which enjoys an enviable position overlooking the beautifully landscaped Pavilion Gardens with its many attractions. Your host, Shelley, aims to make her guests feel at home serving great food, comfortable accommodation and exceptional hospitality.
- Non – Smoking rooms
- Breakfast Included
- Free Parking
- Air conditioned rooms
- From £56
#6 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
#7 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
Portland Hotel is a traditional building in the spaof , surrounded by the stunning Peak District. It is a leisurely 10-minute walk from Buxton Rail Station.
An ideal base from which to explore the picturesque surroundings, the Peak District National Park can be reached in 10 minutes’ drive from Portland Hotel. Chatsworthis just 27.4 km away.
- Non – Smoking rooms
- Very good breakfast
- Free Parking
- Tea/coffee maker in all rooms
- Pets allowed
- From £59
#8 Best Value of 8 hotels in Buxton
Discover what Buxton has to offer
Situated in the centre of the Peak District, Buxton is perfect for any nature lover. With the wide range of hotels in and near Buxton, you can enjoy every side of this beautiful town. There are also many dog friendly hotels, so you and your dog can both make the most of the lovely walks and views of the Peak District. Famous walks include Soloman’s Temple, Tegg’s nose, Taddington, Tideswell, Kinder Scout and Ladybower.
If culture and art is what you are interested in, the Buxton Opera House near the town centre is a fantastic sight inside and out. Here you can enjoy performances of all kinds throughout the year. There are various hotels and bed and breakfasts nearby, for your convenience. A few minutes’ walk away, you can find the Gallery in the Gardens, perfect for picking up a souvenir. In the other direction, you can discover the unique Green Man Gallery, and Buxton’s own museum.
If you love to shop ‘til you drop, the Cavendish Arcade is a great shopping experience in the town centre, with individual, stand-alone stores. The Cavendish is a beautiful venue, containing a variety of shops and a café upstairs if you’re feeling peckish. Also, Buxton has a quaint little town centre with a variety of chain stores, such as New Look and Next, side-by-side with individual, family-owned shops.
For the adventurous, Buxton has its own Go Ape within Grin Low woods. Just below this adventure course, you can find Pooles Cavern, one of Buxton’s many wonders. You could spend hours exploring the mysterious limestone caves that stretch below Buxton, formed by the river Wye. After a morning venturing through the cavern, why not take a peaceful walk through Grin Low woods? At the very top you will find the famous Solomon’s Temple, where you can enjoy breath-taking views of the whole of the town and the Peak District.
When you get hungry, Buxton and the surrounding areas have a diverse assortment of restaurants and cafés for eating out, including French, Thai, Chinese and English cuisine, amongst many others. Whatever your taste, Buxton has it covered.
During your stay in one of Buxton’s hotels, you can make the most of your stay by visiting one of the neighbouring towns and villages. Bakewell is a charming market town just a few miles from Buxton, with a beautiful castle and calming strolls around the countryside. The illustrious Chatsworth House is just outside of Bakewell, which is definitely worth a visit or two! In addition, Bakewell is also the home to the stunning Haddon Hall, which dates back to the 12th century, and has been the set for films such as Jane Eyre and The Princess Bride.
Matlock is another Derbyshire town that you will want to see. With rows of unique vintage shops and cafes, coupled with beautiful Peak District views, you won’t want to pass up the opportunity to explore the various towns around Buxton.
Despite Buxton being a small town, there are many activities to make the most of and enjoy!”
Buxton accommodation: But which hotel to pick?
With a wide range of luxury hotels and bed and breakfasts, you will never be stuck for accommodation in Buxton. No matter what kind of hotel you prefer, Buxton can deliver. If luxury is what you are after, you can’t go wrong with the Palace Hotel, which is perfectly situated next to the train station and just a 5-minute stroll from the town centre. This grand Victorian-style hotel offers fine dining, a spa service and even a swimming pool. The size and beauty of the hotel would make it perfect for a wedding or event.
If history is what takes your fancy, the Old Hall Hotel is famed for being one of England’s oldest hotels, dating back to 1573. Being situated only a few minutes’ walk from the centre, and with the beautiful Pavilion Gardens right on its doorstep, the location of this Buxton hotel could not be better. The famous Buxton Opera House can also be seen from the window. While offering luxury rooms and dining, the Old Hall is also a dog friendly hotel, perfect for those who wish to take their furry friend on holiday with them! This boutique hotel is a unique experience, and has had distinguished guests such as Mary Queen of Scots.
For beautiful views, a stay at the family-run Westminster Hotel will not disappoint. Overlooking the lake in the Pavilion Gardens, this Buxton hotel is wonderfully situated, with just a short walk to the town centre. It also offers a complimentary full English breakfast in the dining room, where you can enjoy views of the Pavilion Gardens. For eating-out, the Westminster Hotel is near to a variety of restaurants and cafés, which cater to all tastes.
The lovely Alison Park Hotel finds itself a peaceful few minutes’ walk away from the Pavilion Gardens, for a quieter stay in the Peak District, while remaining close to all the attractions such as the Opera House. Simply walk 10 minutes through the Pavilion Gardens to arrive at the town centre. This guesthouse offers a bed and breakfast option, and a breakfast and dinner option within the hotel, which happens to be one of the cheapest accommodation in Buxton.
Have an event in mind? The Leewood Best Western Hotel is perfect for hosting a wedding or a conference, but would be equally perfect for a weekend getaway. With a lovely garden and good location just minutes from the Opera House and town centre, the Leewood also offers comfy beds within large rooms.
Wish to explore a new town, but without losing the feeling of being at home? The Robins Roost guest house is excellently situated, and has all the home comforts such as a fully equipped kitchen and living room that the whole family can enjoy. The reviews speak for themselves, claiming that the Robins Roost has lovely hosts and is, all-in-all, a beautiful stay.
The Buckingham Hotel resides just opposite from the Pavilion Gardens, and to the side of the beautifully green Serpentine walk. Good location coupled with traditionally decorated rooms and a stunning exterior, this hotel offers the chance to see the best side of Buxton.
Portland Hotel again is in a wonderful location and is family run accommodation, which adds personality and charm to the building! Close to the shops in the town centre and the Pavilion Gardens, this hotel enjoys both lovely views and practicality.
But don’t just take our word for it, book one of the lovely hotels from the list above, and see what Buxton can offer you! We hope you enjoy your stay.
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