Buxton Guest Houses

Buxton Town is a unique Georgian town developed as a Spa Town and the waters are still warm and may be taken at St Ann's Well, it is noted as the highest town in England being situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park. Visitors to the area are treated to a wonderful selection of Buxton Guest Houses suited to all tastes and budgets offering wonderful views and warm family comforts.

The Town was largely developed during the Victorian era and is still a popular town today may visit it on foot as part of the adventure through the peak district aiming of r its highest point and one of the many quaint watering holes to rest awhile. It is a vibrant town holding its own unique character and on Tuesdays and Saturdays is Market day where a range of local produce is sold plus arts and crafts, clothing, computer games, DVDs and bric a brac.

The High street is home to chain stores as well as specialist stores and the Spring Gardens Shopping Centre showcases a range of boutique shops and departmental stores. Points of architectural interest include the Crescent with its Georgian facade as well as the restored Opera House; visitors should include a trip to the Museum and Art Gallery or take an adventure and visit the Poole's Cavern the best show cave in the area.

It is very much an outdoors type of environment where walking, hiking, cycling is thoroughly enjoyed and it is not surprising as the views are incredible and literally take your breath away. For many family and outdoor enthusiasts it has become a favourite haunt and visitors return yearly to make further discoveries of this fascinating Peak District. Many of the Buxton Guest Houses are accustomed to seeing the returns of what have now become old friends return year after year to what is felt their second home as the welcomes are warm the accommodations comfortable.

The guest houses are structured to suit varying types of clientele from those wishing to stay for extended periods to those on a romantic honeymoons, to families wanting a home away from home feel. Architecturally they may be described through grand Georgian buildings found at the end of long sweeping driveways offering seclusion and privacy. Entrances are imposing and formal hung with huge guilt framed oil portraits of former owners, large bowls of fresh flowers scent the air and well dressed reception staff greets. Accommodations stretch to include seating areas and ding areas and bedrooms host four poster beds and crisp linens, en suite bathrooms pamper and scented toiletries indulge.

Central town Buxton Guest Houses may prove the most suitable option for the business guests as they allow easy access to business centres and communication links. The en suite guest rooms are provided with dedicated work stations hosting high speed internet access and direct dial phone. A continental breakfast is available from early in the morning and guest may order a packed lunch for the day, it is also possible to arrange long terms stay and some hotels offer kitchenettes within the apartments.

Family Hotels are accustomed to children and pets and make provisions for both, accommodations are comfortable and rooms may be connecting offering cribs and high chairs, there are babysitting services on hand and suggestions for fun family day outs. The Buxton Guest Houses proudly boast some of the finest and most intimate dining rooms where menus are small and crafted from seasonal produce; booking is advised well in advance. Buxton Guest Houses are sure to offer the perfect sanctuary to all, after a long day of heady adventure at the height of the Peak District.