Oldfield Guest House

8 Macclesfield Road, Buxton, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Buxton

Pack your scarfs..gloves..

by JuliaK

Any kind of bag would do fine...
Its up to you! If travelling through the winter period you should need to have warm clothes and all the essential accessories for a cold..very cold trip you can find anything you will need there. Just bring your own and if they finish you will easily find something to replace them Definatelly have your camera with you. You will have the opportunity of some great scenery and photos Camping..maybe
Beach...well... NO!!!

Lyme Hall - Disley

by bugalugs

Lyme Hall Disley is not very far away probably about 10-12 miles. A lovely building, in beautiful countryside. I
The BBC also used this location for their own adaptation in 1995 of Pride and Prejudice. See my Disley page

It is 13 miles from Buxton to Disley on the A6 North

Cavendish Arcade

by bugalugs

The Cavendish Arcade was originally the thermal baths and was built in 1820.
It is now a small shopping mall (see my shopping tip). This is also a Grade II listed building. The baths had dressing rooms, vapour and shower baths, all mod cons really, well for the time they certainly were.

The Children's Well

by bugalugs

This well is called the Children's Well, not sure when it was actually built. But it is a tradition going back hundred's of years for villagers to 'dress' their wells. Its is called 'Wells Dressing'. I think it originally had religious connotations. When they have the well dressings, they have boards which are covered in clay and from what I can gather they are soaked to make the clay soft and then covered in flower petals, leaves, moss, twigs, berries, cones, all things natural to make a picture. This usually happens in the summer months.

Buxton the heart of the Peak District

by onecut

"Take a walk on the wild side"

Set in the heart of The Peak district and surrounded by the national Park itself, Buxton is within easy reach .

Unspoilt Derbyshire countryside at its best

And Finally great for mountain bikes

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