Things to see and do - Buxton
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The Romans discovered Buxton’s warm springs and built baths here in about 79 AD. However, it was not until 1780, when the 5th Duke of Devonshire commissioned John Carr to build the Crescent, that Buxton started to take on the aspect of a spa town such as Bath or Cheltenham. Today, the Crescent, with the nearby Opera House, is still the centre of this small town which boomed with the advent of the railways in the 1860s.
9/11 Market Street GB - Buxton SK17 6JY
This charming family restaurant with rooms is just a 5-minute drive from the beautiful Peak District National Park. Nats Kitchen has free Wi-Fi, and the restaurant uses local produce in its menu. All the rooms are individually decorated in their ow..
The Park GB - Buxton SK17 6TQ
Prix Prices from : 60 £
This fully modernised Georgian property, with its rosette award-winning restaurant, near the centre of Buxton, offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi and parking. Surrounded by its own tranquil private gardens, the Lee Wood Hotel is a peaceful, re..
The Square GB - Buxton SK17 6BD
Prix Prices from : 76 £
In the centre of picturesque Buxton, in the heart of the beautiful Peak District, the Old Hall Hotel features a traditional restaurant, free Wi-Fi and spacious rooms with period features. With individual character and elegant decor, the rooms at Old..