Set in a wonderful land of hills, dales and forests, Buxton is the elegant spa town of the English Peak District. The Old Hall Hotel, said to be the oldest hotel in England, is steeped in history, built on the site of a natural warm spring. The location of the original Roman Baths, the Romans named it ‘Aqua Arnemtiae’ possibly after the goddess of the spring worshiped by the Celtic tribes a thousand years or more before the Romans braved the northern hills to find Buxton. In more recent times Mary Queen of Scots had apartments here, and since her stay many famous and interesting people have slept away the nights in the hotel’s ancient rooms. They say that each room could write a book with a few ghost stories thrown in.
We’ve combined a wonderful stay at the Old Hall Hotel with some of our most popular attractions to create a special break at any time of year. You might be tempted by a theatre break, choosing a welcome break with a fabulous show at the Buxton Opera House, or a Chatsworth break, visiting the many attractions at England’s famous stately home, or one of our popular walking breaks. You can even indulge in a relaxing spa break. We can organise any kind of interest break for you, there’s so much to see and do in the area, for you and your family and we have special group rates if there’s a few of you travelling together.
Two night dinner bed and breakfast breaks are available from £135.00 per person (subject to availability)
Browse our special breaks ideas and get in touch with one of reception team if you have other requirements or to book your break now.
To make a booking, or for more information, please contact reception on 01298 22841