Days Out

Enjoy a day out with a difference in Buxton 

Please ask at the hotel reception about discounted tickets for Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Crich Tramway Museum

and The Heights of Abraham for our residents

There’s something for everyone in and around Buxton and its not a cliché, there really is. Days out in Buxton include culture, fantastic scenery, quaint villages and towns, caverns and adventure activities, and just about everything else too. Visit Bakewell where the famous Bakewell Tarts come from. Castleton for Blue John and Speedwell Caverns. Sherwood Forest the haunt of Robin Hood. Hathersage where Little John is buried. Heights of Abraham for the cable car ride. National Tramway Museum, Crich to see working vintage trams. The Chestnut Centre for beautiful nature trails, owls and otters. Tideswell home of the Cathedral of the Peak. Eyam site of the Bubonic Plague. Chesterfield site of the most crooked church tower and Manchester the home of the Musem of Science & Industry. The Potteries where Wedgewood, Royal Doulton and Spode come from. Heres a few more of our suggestions, but you might need more than a few days stay!

The Spa at the Dome
Situated just a stone’s throw away from The Old Hall Hotel, the Devonshire Dome Spa offers a tranquil and relaxing environment to wind down and invest time for yourself. In luxurious, ambient surroundings, you will have an unforgettable experience as you’re treated to the very best spa treatments from a team of dedicated professionals

Buxton Festival
Recognised nationally and internationally as one of the UK’s leading arts festival, Buxton Festival is a summer celebration of the very best opera, music and literature at the heart of the beautiful Peak District.

Alton Towers
A theme park full of rides and adventures for kids of all sizes and adrenaline addicted adults … It’s an absolute must-do day out!

Chatsworth House
Chatsworth House is a stately home in the county of Derbyshire in the East Midlands region of England.

Haddon Hall
A stunning English Tudor and country house in Derbyshire. Home to the Manners Family.

Peak District Guided Tours – Discover Buxton
Journey back in time to experience a bygone age aboard a “Victorian Tram”, and relax as your knowledgeable guide reveals the historic and architectural gems of he ancient spa town of Buxton, Derbyshire.

Cavendish Arcade
Shopping discover Buxton’s oldest shopping centre, the Cavendish Shopping Arcade, within the historic original thermal baths of Buxton. Filled with a fantastic array of local independent stores. Including homeware, giftware, several fashion stores and food, this historic arcade is a must for both visitors and locals.

Cressbrook and Litton Flyfishers Club Ltd.
A section of the River Wye near Monsal Dale is available for day tickets.

Sidecar Safari
Take a trip with Sidecar Safari on a great escape into the heart of the Peak District. Sidecar Safari is the first and only licensed way to travel on a motorcycle and sidecar in the UK.

Blaze Farm
Situated in Wildboarclough is an award winning farm set on the edge of the Peak District. Famous for our Hilly Billy Ice Cream, which can also be sampled in our Wine Bar.

Lyme Park
Glorious house surrounded by Gardens, Moorland and Deer Park.

Blackwell Mill Cycle Hire
The best cycle hire prices on the Monsal Trail in the Peak District National Park.

Peak Tours
Cycle Hire and Delivery Service Mountain bikes and children’s bikes.

Buxton Swimming Pool and Leisure Centre

Gulliver’s Kingdom
Theme park over 60 rides and attractions.

Lady Booth Pony Trekking
Farm rides, X-country course, family lessons and many more.

Peak District Cycleways

Peak Pursuits
Outdoor pursuits including archery, abseiling, climbing, canoeing and mountain biking.

Poole’s Cavern
2 million year old, natural limestone cave situated in the beautiful woodland of Buxton Country Park in Derbyshire.

Sally Mosley Guided Walks

Speedwell and Peak Cavern

Tissington Hall
Home of the Fitzherbert Family of over 500 years.

Treasure Trails Derbyshire

Cavendish Golf Club
Opened in 1925, was designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie, and unlike many early courses has not been altered in response to today’s pressures. At 5721 yds off the medal tees, the course remains shorter than many, yet still fulfils MacKenzie’s belief that length has nothing to do with the quality of a hole.

Tropical Butterfly House Wildlife and Falconry

Walking Festivals, in the Peak District and Derbyshire

Well Dressing and Glorious Gardens

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