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Buxton Travel guide
Buxton : Michelin's recommendations
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.
Palace Road GB - Buxton SK17 6AG
Situated at the centre of Buxton, this grand Victorian hotel has a swimming pool and beauty salon. It is about 300 metres from the train station. Buxton’s only 4-star hotel has modern facilities, comfy rooms, a restaurant and parking (at an additio..
3 Temple Road GB - Buxton SK17 9BA
A family-run, Edwardian building in Buxton, Alison Park is situated in its own mature gardens, a 5-minute walk from the Pavilion Gardens. It offers individually designed bedrooms and a restaurant. The bedrooms at the Alison Park Hotel are light and ..
The Park, Buxton, SK17 6TQ GB - Buxton SK17 6TQ
Prix Prices from : 48 £
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..