Bed and Breakfast Buxton – B&B

 Bed and Breakfast – Guest House – B&B in Buxton (Derbyshire)

Here we have 8 of the best bed and breakfast 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.

Bed and breakfasts (B&Bs) are the ideal choice for travelers who like small details and often make getaways. The hosts welcome you to their home and offer you a private room and free breakfast. You may share the bathroom with other clients, and there are often shared spaces with the host.

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We hope that you will enjoy your stay in Buxton.

The 8 Best Buxton Bed and Breakfast – Guest House – B&B

 1. The Roseleigh Guest House

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Situated in Buxton, 400 meters from Buxton Opera House, Roseleigh features a garden, a shared lounge and free WiFi. This property is located a short distance from attractions such as the Pavilion Arts Center and Buxton Cinema.

At the guest house, all rooms have a private bathroom with shower and a wardrobe. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms have views of the lake.

Breakfast is served daily on site. It includes continental, cooked, gluten-free and vegetarian options.

Manchester Airport is 39 km away.

According to independent commentators, our customers say this part of Buxton is their favorite.

Also, the rating for this accommodation is among the best in Buxton. The guests like it better than other accommodations in the area. Couples love the location – they put a 9.9 for trips of two people.

This accommodation also ranks very well for the best value for money at Buxton. Guests make the most of their money compared to other accommodations in the same city.

  • Wifi
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast
  • Non – smoking rooms
  • From  £43

 Reviews

#1 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

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tripadvisor  (513/5)

 2. Ash Corner B and B

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One of the bestsellers in Buxton!

Located in Buxton in Derbyshire, Ash Corner is located very close to the Buxton Opera House and the Octagon Theatre, this bed and breakfast offers free Wi-Fi accommodation and rooms are non-smoking.

The bed and breakfast has a state-of-the-art flat screen television and a private bathroom with free toiletries for both men and women, a hair dryer and a shower.

A continental breakfast or buffet is available daily on site.

The nearest airport is Manchester Airport, 27 km from the property.

Customers are those who are up to date and supportive of their Buxton obligations.

At the same time, the han has 9.5 tickets for people.

This accommodation also scores very well for the best value for money at Buxton. The customers of the party were able to compare their views with those of the city itself.

  • Wifi
  • Family rooms
  • Breakfast
  • Non – Smoking rooms
  • Parking
  • From  £70

 Reviews

#2 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

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tripadvisor  (618/5)

 3. 9 Green Lane B&B

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Green Lane Bed and Breakfast is located 10 minutes’ walk from Buxton town center on the edge of the Peak District National Park. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and free private parking.

All rooms feature a flat-screen TV, tea / coffee making facilities, a wardrobe, a desk and a private bathroom with free toiletries, a hairdryer and a bath or shower.

In the morning, a breakfast of local products is served, including eggs and sausages in the open air. Special diet menus are available on request.

The property is a 10-minute walk from Buxton Opera House and Poole Cave, 2.7 km from Buxton and High Peak Golf Club and a 3-minute drive from Buxton Train Station. The property is 45 km from Manchester and Sheffield.

According to independent commentators, our customers say this part of Buxton is their favorite.

Those traveling alone love the location – they have a 9.7 for single person stays.

This accommodation also ranks very well for the best value for money at Buxton. Guests make the most of their money compared to other accommodations in the same city.

  • Wifi
  • Exceptional Breakfast
  • Restaurant
  • Free Parking
  • From  £83

 Reviews

#3 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

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tripadvisor  (625/5)

 4. Netherdale Guest House

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Netherdale is located on the outskirts of the seaside resort of Buxton and a 15-minute walk from the center and the train station. This guest house offers free Wi-Fi.

Overlooking the mountains, the traditionally decorated rooms at the Netherdale feature a flat-screen TV, tea / coffee making facilities and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries.

Guests can relax in the bright living room of the property. Free parking in Netherdale.

Buxton Opera House is less than 1 mile from Netherdale. Buxton is located in the Peak District National Park and offers the perfect setting for a stroll with the Goyt Vallet just 10 minutes away by car.

Central Manchester is less than an hour’s drive from the property.

According to independent commentators, our customers say this part of Buxton is their favorite.

Those traveling alone love the location – they have a 9.1 for single person stays.

This accommodation also ranks very well for the best value for money at Buxton. Guests make the most of their money compared to other accommodations in the same city.

  • Wifi
  • Lounge Area
  • Breakfast
  • Restaurant
  • Hotel Gardens
  • Private car parking
  • From  £85

 Reviews

#4 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

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tripadvisor  (57/5)

 5. Alpine Lodge Guest House

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Alpine Lodge Guest House is located in Buxton, very close to the Buxton Opera House and a few minutes walk from the Octagon Theatre. This 4-star guest house offers free WiFi. All rooms have a terrace.

In the guest house, the rooms have a wardrobe, a flat screen TV and a private bathroom. There is a guest area where you can sit and enjoy the peace and quiet or the company of others, while in some rooms there is also a DVD player.

Guests at Alpine Lodge can enjoy a continental breakfast.

Accommodation guests can enjoy activities in and around Buxton, such as cycling.

Manchester Airport is 27km away.

In addition, the rating of this accommodation is among the best in Buxton. Guests like it better than other lodgings in the area.

Those who travel alone love the place – they have a 10 for individual stays.

At Buxton, this accommodation also offers excellent value for money. Customers get more out of their money compared to other accommodations in the same city.

  • Wifi
  • Non – Smoking rooms
  • Super Breakfast
  • Family rooms
  • From  £94

 Reviews

#5 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

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tripadvisor  (25/4)

 6. Stoop Farm B&B

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A 10-minute drive from Buxton in the beautiful Peak District National Park and less than 3 miles from Buxton Opera House, Stoop Farm B & B offers rooms with free Wi-Fi.

At the bed and breakfast, all rooms feature a wardrobe, a TV and a private bathroom. At B & B Stoop Farm, each room comes with a seating area.

The accommodation offers a full English / Irish or vegetarian breakfast.

Hiking is one of the activities you can do near Stoop Farm B & B.

The nearest airport is Manchester Airport, 30 km from the bed and breakfast.

Those who travel alone love the location – they put a 8.5 for one person stays.

This accommodation also ranks very well for the best value for money at Buxton. Guests make the most of their money compared to other accommodations in the same city.

  • Wifi
  • Non – Smoking rooms
  • Breakfast Included
  • Free Parking
  • Family rooms
  • From £111

 Reviews

#6 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

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tripadvisor  (255/5)

 7. The Old Manse

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This award-winning Victorian property is located in the seaside town of Buxton, a 5-minute walk from the Market Square. It offers attractive en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi, as well as freshly prepared breakfasts.

The bright rooms at Old Manse feature modern design and period features. Each room has a flat-screen TV, free tea and coffee, a desk, a seating area and a hairdryer.

The award-winning Le Manse breakfast includes homemade yogurts and jams, cereals and juices, as well as a full English or multi-course breakfast. Dishes can be prepared for special diets.

Old Manse is a 10-minute walk from the Pavilion and Opera House, and just 15 miles from Chatsworth House in Buxton. Pooles Cave, a natural limestone cave, is 1.6 km away.

The property is well located for exploring the Peak District and Derbyshire Dales. Old Manse, which offers free parking and secure bike storage, is a 10-minute walk from Buxton Train Station.

Those traveling alone love the location – they have a 9.2 for single person stays.

This accommodation also ranks very well for the best value for money at Buxton. Guests make the most of their money compared to other accommodations in the same city.

  • Wifi
  • Non – Smoking rooms
  • Pets Allowed
  • Free Parking
  • Family rooms
  • Super breakfast
  • Tea/coffe maker in all rooms
  • From  £72

 Reviews

#7 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

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tripadvisor  (103/5)

 8. Compton Guest House

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Compton Guest House offers accommodation in Buxton, 900 meters from Buxton Opera House and a 15-minute walk from the Octagon Theater. Free WiFi access is available.

A continental breakfast is served each morning at the bed and breakfast.

You can also relax in the garden.

The nearest airport is Manchester Airport, 42 km from Compton Guest House.

This is Buxton’s favorite piece for our guests, according to independent critics.

  • Wifi
  • Non – Smoking rooms
  • Very good breakfast
  • Free Parking
  • Pets allowed
  • From  £92

 Reviews

#8 Best Value of 8 Buxton B&B

apple-touch-icon  (120/5)

tripadvisor  (115/5)

Buxton, the door to the Peak District

Its privileged location in the centre of the country, close to the cities of Manchester and Sheffield and the counties of Lancashire, Great Manchester, Cheshire, Staffordshire and Yorkshire, together with easy access, have contributed to its popularity.

Its magnificent landscapes have inspired illustrious British writers such as William Wordsworth, Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Charlotte Bronte and Jane Austen. The latter set the scene for much of his novel Pride and Prejudice in the Peak District and is also believed to have been based in Chatsworth House to create Pemberley.

Buxton is a small town famous for its hot springs, with a long history as a spa resort. It was initially developed by the Romans around the year 78, although it acquired its fame at the end of the 18th century, thanks to the fifth Duke of Devonshire, who repeated the style of the Bath spa. People come to her to go to the spa or to refill their bottles with water from the Santa Ana spring.

Buxton has many remarkable buildings such as The Crescent (whose facade forms an arch), The Devonshire Royal Hospital, The Natural Bath and The Buxton Opera House, the highest opera house in the country. In the city centre is the wonderful Pavilion Gardens, a garden in the centre of the city where the Concert Hall, a glass and iron building, is located.

Peak District: A world to discover

The Peak District offers the possibility of many outdoor activities. An extensive network of trails and routes, over 2,900 km in total, are available for hiking, hiking, horse-riding or mountain biking. The Pennine Way crosses the Dark Peak from Edale to the northern edge of the park, just south of Standedge. Some of the White Peak trails, such as the Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail, reuse old railway lines. There is also the possibility of renting bicycles (and even vehicles for people with reduced mobility) in Ashbourne, Parsley Hay and Middleton Top.

Miner’s Arms Bicycle Rental Areas such as Stanage Edge and The Roaches are world famous for climbing, a sport that has been practiced in the Peak District since the late nineteenth century as James W. Puttrell is considered the pioneer in this sport. You can also visit some natural caves and old farms in Castleton, Winnats, Matlock, Middleton Stoney, Eyam, Monyash and Buxton.

Some of the large reservoirs in the area, such as Carsington Water, have been converted into water sports centres, such as sailing, fishing, windsurfing and canoeing. Other activities you can do in the Peak District include hang gliding, paragliding or a balloon ride.

Located on the Wye River, Bakewell is the only city included in the Peak District National Park and is known as the “old capital of the Peaks”. Located on the Wye River, Bakewell is the only city included in the Peak District National Park and is known as the “old capital of the Peaks”. The city is also famous for its famous sweets, the Pudding Bakewell.

The Peak District is marked by its mining past, an activity that was particularly important in the 18th century, when the industry employed more than 10,000 miners. The remains of this intense mining activity can still be seen thanks to the region’s mills and kilns, such as Magpie Mine near Sheldon, now a monument. You can also visit the Peak District Mining Museum in Matlock Bath where you can experience first-hand what the day to day life of the Derbyshire miners was like.

Creswell Crags is a limestone gorge with a maze of caves where archaeologists have found stone tools, rock paintings and animal remains from the last glaciation between 50,000 and 10,000 years ago.

Visit the ruins of Peveril Castle in Castleton, built in the 11th century by one of the Knights of William I of England, or Bolsover Castle, built in 1612 by Sir Charles Cavendish and finished by his son William.

The National Brewery Centre is a tourist attraction in Burton upon Trent, showing the brewing techniques, the history of the city or a collection of historical vehicles – be sure to try the brewery’s own brewery!

Buxton - Peak distric

What is a Bed and Breakfast?

Originally, Bed & Breakfast (B&B) was understood as the custom of providing accommodation in a room available in a private home. The literal translation of “bed and breakfast” is because the services provided were exactly those: just a place to spend the night and have breakfast.

Usually the bathroom was shared with the family that owned the house and breakfast was taken in the common kitchen or dining room. This typology, born in years of economic scarcity, lack of economic hotel establishments, need for transfers and overnight stays, grew significantly among families who came to fewer homes that they could not support.

And so, for example, the B&Bs were extended in Buxton. An area of Victorian mansions whose owner families saw the opportunity to take economic advantage of the unused rooms.

Today the B&B system has spread all over the world and there is no big city or small town that receives any tourists and does not have its own. The current conditions of mass tourism have made the B&Bs flourish and provided them with the minimum services that are currently required, such as private bathrooms.

However, many structures are not adapted to these requirements and we must take the theme of “shared bathroom” as part of the “B&B experience”. In fact, it is quite common in other types of accommodation such as youth hostels, for example.

With a nostalgic look, I remember the first time I stepped on a B&B was to stay in one of those Victorian houses in Buxton. The landlady opened the door and walked me to the first floor where the tiny room was. So much so that the suitcase slept in the hallway. The family bathroom was next to her bedroom and there was a specific schedule for visitors to use. Shower, Tuesdays.

Breakfast was in the kitchen with the family. Very picturesque if we add the freshly made tea, warm breads and orange jam…. the fried sausages and eggs of the husband and children of the owner. The sports diary on the table and the children’s last unfinished homework. All in the typical atmosphere of any family that is always late for school.

Much has changed since then, today there are B&Bs of different kinds, with more or less specialization and quality of services. Today we find modern, classic, rural or super-urban, eco-friendly, gay-friendly, economic or expensive, chain or family designed B&Bs.

The B&Bs are always an affordable, accessible, human-near and generally well located alternative, which we should seriously consider when looking for accommodation for our next destination.