Buxton LodgeSleeps 14

Stylish Seven Bedroomed Victorian Town House In The Heart Of The Spa Town of Buxton


  • Stylish Victorian town house, literally less than 5 minutes’ walk from the centre of the popular spa town of Buxton.
  • With 7 comfortable double bedrooms, 6 sparkling bathrooms (3 en-suite), you can sleep 14 guests or to up 16 if there are children in your group. 
  • Buxton Lodge is a perfect property for families and mixed groups who are looking to explore the Peak District from a base within a beautiful and historic Spa town.
  • The town’s attractions of Buxton Opera House, Pavilion Gardens, the Crescent, and Poole’s Cavern are all an easy walk away from the property.
  • Within a few minutes’ drive you are in the heart of the Peak District with the ancient market town of Bakewell, the wonderful Chatsworth Estate and picturesque Peak District villages such as Ashford in the Water, Castleton and Hartington to explore.

Bedrooms & Bathrooms

Buxton Lodge has seven stylish and individually decorated bedroom and to give total flexibility most rooms can either be arranged as king-size or twin beds. 

To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, one of which has been designed as a family room with an additional single bed. Two of the first-floor bedrooms are en-suites and a large shower room serves the other two bedrooms.

The second floor has a further three double bedrooms, another of which is available as a family room. One room has an en-suite and there are two separate private bathrooms, one for each of the other top floor bedrooms.

We provide towels, hand soap and shower gel for added comfort of each guest.

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Cooking and Dining

There is a super stylish designer kitchen in a French grey finish with gleaming granite work surfaces and a central island, creating a wonderful cooking space and social hub. Cleverly planned and split between two levels, you can hide away the pots and pans in the sink area and enjoy your meals in the open plan dining room without sight of the dishes used in creation of your culinary masterpiece.

Buxton is full of quirky cafes, traditional pubs, wine bars and great local restaurants all within leisurely walking distance, so it’s tempting to dine out. However, the attractive dining area with solid oak flooring throughout and a feature fireplace to one end is set up for up to 16 guests.

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Living Space

This double fronted town house is surprisingly big and deceptively spacious. With accommodation spread over four floors, there is oodles of room for socialising together. You enter centrally into the main lounge which enjoys a double aspect of the bay windows creating two comfortable seating areas.

We have made clever use of the former cellar and designed a fantastic games room with a table football to one end. To the other end is another lounge area with huge sofas and a wall mounted 50 inch TV perfect for kid’s film nights, leaving the parents to enjoy dining upstairs! As if this is not enough space in which to lounge about, there is a snug and a smaller TV just off the dining room.

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Garden and Outdoor Space

Buxton Lodge has a good size town garden with lawned area. There is a lovely patio area with outdoor seating and a BBQ (please bring your own charcoal).

The property is a perfect retreat for friends and family celebrations, reunions and for breaks that create wonderful lasting memories for all. Please note that the residential location of this property makes it unsuitable for hen and stag groups - we have plenty of other properties we can recommend!

There is off road parking at the front of the property for up to a maximum of 3 cars. Additional road side parking opposite is available.

Buxton, The Peak District and Surrounding Area

The main attraction of staying at Buxton Lodge is that fact that you can enjoy walking into Buxton with ease. The renowned spa town is known as the cultural capital of the Peak District and most notable is Buxton's architecture which comprises of The Crescent, modelled on Bath's Royal Crescent. The famous Buxton Opera House, and is the highest opera house in the country and attracts many top shows along with the annual Buxton Music Festival.

Attached to the Opera House is the stunning Pavilion Gardens covering 23 acres of gardens and ponds. The Pavilion Gardens is a must if you have children as there are several parks and a miniature train running at the weekends. Also within walking distance, are attractions such as Poole's Cavern, Go Ape Treetop Adventure and Solomon's Temple.

With great access to the Peak District within a short drive you will find the Blue John Caverns, Monsal Trial, The Tissington and High Peak Trail, The Goyt Valley, Dovedale, Chatsworth House, Tissington and Haddon Hall and much more beyond.

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