Discover the best hotels in Buxton, Derbyshire, England including Buxton Crescent, Best Western Buxton Lee Wood Hotel, Premier Inn Buxton hotel, Hawthorn Farm Guest House, The Queen's Head Hotel, The Old Hall Hotel, The Jug and Glass Inn, Palace Hotel Buxton & Spa, The Westminster Hotel, Staden Grange.
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4 based on 253 reviews
Absolutely beautiful place, professional, friendly staff. Room was fantastic, they really cater for your every need. Stayed one night bed and breakfast. Spa was gorgeous as was the outside pool. Restaurant staff were amazing very hard working polite and professional, Lee was exceptional. Can’t wait to go back.
4.5 based on 1518 reviews
The Lee Wood Hotel is set in its own grounds with mature gardens and is just 200metres from the Buxton Opera House. All 38 rooms are individually furnished and offer all the amenities that you would expect. There is complimentary internet access in all bedrooms and public areas and there is no charge for car parking within the hotel grounds and its vicinity. The hotel offers extensive conference and meeting facilities and is Buxton's leading venue for weddings and other celebrations being able to host from 5 to 225 guests. The Lee Wood is also well known for the quality of its Elements Restaurant which is situated in the conservatory and where an extensive choice of dishes are on offer. We look forward to welcoming you to our country house style hotel.
I was part of a travel group spending five days seeing the many treasures of the peak District. The Lee Wood made a superb base and in every way exceeded my highest expectations. The rooms were comfortable and quiet, the public areas likewise, the staff were, without exception, friendly and efficient. But the most outstanding aspect for me was the quality - and quantity! - of the food, at every meal. If I ever return to the Peak District, I would head straight for this hotel.
4.5 based on 958 reviews
Get familiar with this stunning spa town and the equally stunning surrounding countryside when you stay at Premier Inn Buxton. Anyone keen to experience Buxton's Georgian splendour will love being just up the road from the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton Opera House and Buxton Museum and Art Gallery. And don't forget to try some natural spring water straight from the source at St Ann's Well. Our Buxton hotel has an on-site Thyme restaurant and new- generation bedrooms each featuring an impressive 40" flat screen TV, bright modern bathroom with a large shower head and slumber-inducing kingsize Hypnos bed.
Ordered a chilli, but the sour cream was forgotten. No avocados available for partners meal. No pinot grigiot in stock. As the last patrons in the restaurant at 9pm, we were forgotten about (staff had disappeared). I had to buzz the manager for coffees. No de-caff coffee other than sachet. The hotel was fine, but if you want us dining in, you need to do better.
5 based on 216 reviews
Hawthorn Farm B&B and Holiday Cottage are all part of the 16th Century farmhouse and outbuildings, arranged around the courtyard/farmyard. The B&B can accommodate up to 16 people in 6 en-suite bedrooms all having breakfast in the farmhouse. The holiday cottage can accommodate 6 people in 3 en-suite bedrooms and of course are on a self-catering basis. On site parking, free Wi-Fi, easy walking distance to Buxton town centre, easy access to any of the Peak District National Park.
Hi A great welcome when we arrived for our short stop over recently (29/30 May). Our designated self contained room was so very comfortable and we loved the glass fronted porch. The common over the road was ideal for dog walking and being self contained we did not (hopefully) disturb any other guests when taking the dogs for a walk. As for the breakfast, what can I say other than superb! We wish we could have stayed longer, another time then, we look forward to returning.
4.5 based on 279 reviews
Finding an ideal small hotel in Buxton does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Queen's Head Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you. Close to some of Buxton's most popular landmarks, such as St. Anne's Church (0.1 mi) and The Green Man Gallery (0.2 mi), The Queen's Head Hotel is a great destination for tourists. You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Queen's Head Hotel offers guests free wifi. The small hotel features baggage storage. Plus, The Queen's Head Hotel offers breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available. While visiting Buxton, you may want to try some ribs at one of the nearby restaurants, such as The Lone Star Cafe Bar or Flamenco Tapas Bar. Should time allow, Pavilion Gardens, Solomon's Temple, and The Devonshire Dome are some popular attractions that are within walking distance. The Queen's Head Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Buxton.
To be honest, upon arrival at the Pub and looking at the external facade, my wife and I looked at each other and both silently thought omg we've made a mistake! How wrong we were! From walking in through the front door to departing 3 days later we were made to feel part of a local family. The accommodation was more than adequate with the bonus of full Sky TV and super fast broadband. The breakfast was extremely good and the service was second to none. The pub has a music genre which encorporates all tastes, and the 2 bands we experienced were extremely good. Also when we retired early to our room, there was no hint of sound from 5 MTRS away. Clearly well insulated. The lady who runs front of house during the day is a Consummate Professional and the Landlord was professional and dealt with the only issue we had immediately and with no qualms about the time. All in all a great experience, and one which will be repeated soon hopefully.
4.5 based on 2081 reviews
The Old Hall Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Buxton, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay. The Old Hall Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available. The hotel offers room service and a coffee shop, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking. Nearby landmarks such as Samuel Turner Memorial Drinking Fountain (0.1 mi) and St Ann's Well (0.1 mi) make The Old Hall Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Buxton. While in Buxton, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from The Old Hall Hotel, including The Railway (0.3 mi), 53 Degrees North Buxton (0.1 mi), and Buxton Brewery Tap House (0.1 mi). Buxton is also home to Ashwood Park, a popular park that is not too far from Old Hall Hotel. Enjoy your stay in Buxton!
My wife and I have been visiting The Old Hall for about twenty five years. It has been our favourite hotel for a very long time. We stayed last night for the first time since before the Covid outbreak and it was familiar, but not the same. The hotel seems to have been stripped. A lot of the interesting things which were hanging on walls and sitting on shelves seem to have disappeared. Carpets were grubby and the paintwork shabby. Our room, which we always request, was very tired looking. There used to be bathrobes in the executive rooms, but there were none. There used to be various additional toiletries in the bathroom, but there were none. The bed was very clumsily made and messy. The divans were not even joined and we're several inches apart. I had to maul with them to resecure them. Nonetheless, we were going to enjoy our stay. A visit to the empty bar saw a very polite barman struggle to pull a pint of beer for me as part of the tap, some sort of valve, was missing. It wasn't the most enjoyable drink I've ever had. We were the only diners in the restaurant as they were taking no additional bookings as they had a function on and only one chef! However, our meal was excellent and served in good time. The aforementioned barman was doubling up in the restaurant and was very polite and helpful. It would be nice, however, to have unused cutlery removed from the table at the end of each course. This should be standard practice in any restaurant. We slept well, but the mattresses do dip in the middle and are well overdue for replacement. Breakfast was excellent, although the main part used to be table served and is now buffet style. Fair enough. I think I prefer the old way with full waiter/waitress service, but that's only my opinion. I had been told that the hotel was to be refurbished since Ensana took over, but I've seen no evidence of this. The hotel is tired and shabby and is a shadow of it's former self. It appears understaffed. It used to be buzzing with staff and guests and it had a wonderful atmosphere, as I alluded to in a review in May, 2019, but all that has gone. It seems to me that Ensana are cutting costs at the Old Hall in favour of The Crescent. They have a duty of responsibility to maintain this famous hotel to a far higher standard than this. From reviews I have read, you will lose many old customers. Will you lose us? I hope not, but we will be looking for some improvements on our next visit. In conclusion, we can't fault any of the clearly overstretched staff who were friendly and helpful. Pleas give us our Old Hall back!
4.5 based on 287 reviews
Traditional service since the 17th century this small quintessential English Coaching Inn in the parish of Hartington atop the White Peak area of the National Park with views across the Derbyshire Dales. Stay in one of our nine modern comfortable centrally heated en suite rooms and dine in the old pub. Sleep, eat, drink and be merry with candlelight, wine and good food to refresh the mind and cheer your soul. Sit by a roasting fire on snowy winter days or walk in panoramic glory in every season. Perfectly central to the Park giving visitors a great overnight stay or a memorable holiday experience. Our partnership with local farmers, food producers and suppliers who share our values helps to sustain the social, environmental and economic fabric of the National Park for future generations.
Seven of us and one dog visited for an evening meal. The welcome was friendly. The menu is typical pub grub but I have to say everything we ordered was lovely. Didn't know what to expect when we went in having driven past many times but was pleasantly surprised. Worth popping in for a hearty meal.
3 based on 4471 reviews
The Victorian Palace Hotel sits in 5 acres of landscaped gardens in the spa town of Buxton. Ideally located for visiting Buxton Opera House and exploring the Peak District National Park, Britain's first National Park and one of the country's most popular walking destinations, this hotel has an imposing facade and opulent interior to provide an unforgettable backdrop for any occasion. With 186 bedrooms, including 12 premium rooms, a Health & Leisure club with swimming pool, gym and beauty rooms, and a restaurant using local ingredients to prepare British and Continental cuisine, it's the perfect spot for a country town retreat.
You know what you get with this hotel. Yes it’s old and may need touching up but still very nice. Staff are accommodating as always. Make sure you look at most reviews as we all have different tastes! I can’t fault it for my stay as I know what I was getting. Best speaking to people personally who have stayed to fully judged! Some of us are so quick to moan when there is no need! I’ll be back there again soon ?
4 based on 364 reviews
The Westminster Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Buxton, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay. For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Buxton, The Westminster Hotel is located a short distance from St. Anne's Church (0.1 mi) and The Green Man Gallery (0.4 mi). The Westminster Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available. The hotel offers baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. While in Buxton be sure to experience local fish and chips favorites at The Cheshire Cheese, The Old Hall Hotel Restaurant, or The Duke. Looking to explore? Then look no further than Pavilion Gardens (0.2 mi), Solomon's Temple (0.8 mi), and The Devonshire Dome (0.4 mi), which are some popular Buxton attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel. Enjoy your stay in Buxton!
We stayed for one night when attending a show at the opera house. There is a good amount of parking at the back and the house fronts onto the lake in the Pavilion Gardens. Perfectly sited for an amble to the show and access to some interesting pubs and restaurants. Our room was at the back of the house, so no views, but perfectly fine for a one night stopover. It was clean and comfortable, with plenty of storage space and a smallish en suite shower room. The breakfast was excellent! Overall, the decor is a little dated, but clean and tidy. If you want a modern hotel, this is not the place for you. But if you want somewhere comfortable, in a nice, quiet location, with a great breakfast, at a reasonable price, then get booking!
4.5 based on 252 reviews
Stayed at Staden Grange b&b - room was clean, complimentary drinks and slippers. Bed had lovely pillows. Bathroom, although very clean and new looking, was exceptionally tiny - shower is unusable for anyone of a larger girth or with any mobility issues (shower has a sliding door with very small space to enter the shower). Would not stop for more than one night purely because of the shower (I am large but I have never been anywhere that I can’t fit through the shower door!) Breakfast was nice with a selection of cereals and toast and a choice of hot cooked breakfasts that you order the night before. Mushroom seemed uncooked but didnt spoil the rest. There was no mini farm which was part of the reason we booked here which was disappointing It is a lovely looking place and the camping area looked pleasant. Mini park for younger children. Its a taxi ride to town unless you are a serious walker - costs around £8. All in all it is a lovely place but if all the bathrooms are so tiny it would not be for us again
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