The Old Stables

Buxton, Derbyshire

Enjoy England 4 Star
The Old Stables is a sympathetic conversion of the 19th century town stables in the historic town of Buxton, providing 4-star comfort for a large family or holiday group. Sleeping accommodation for 10. Come and enjoy this holiday home with its original exposed beams, stall and beautiful period tile surrounds.

Both Lounges are comfortable with sofa, easy chairs, TV, video, reading lamps and fire, one electric and one wood burning stove. The heart of the home is fully fitted with everything you may need to feed a house full. It's also a congenial meeting place and has hosted the old horses who rested and ate here years ago and many happy holiday parties in more recent times.

Bedroom 1 'PEGASUS' - One double and one single bed, double wardrobe, dressing table, bedside lights and TV.

Bedroom 2 'POLO' - Three single beds, double wardrobe, dressing table, bedside lights and TV.

Bedroom 3 'SEA BISCUIT' - One double bed, small wardrobe, drawer unit, TV.

Bedroom 4 'CAROUSEL' - Two single beds, table lamp, double wardrobe.

Between bedrooms 1 and 2 is a bathroom with washbasin, bath, toilet and shaver point in mirror light. Between 3 and 4 is a bathroom with shower, toilet, washbasin and shaver point in mirror light.
Buxton is situated one thousand feet above sea level, and yet surrounded by hills, it has enjoyed a reputation for more than two centuries as 'the Bath of the North'.

A splendid concoction of magnificent architecture, fine hotels, more than twenty acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, excellent modern facilities for shopping and eating out, and the internationally renowned Buxton Opera House, Buxton offers a great deal for visitors of all ages and interests.

The famous waters of Buxton's warm springs are, historically and physically at the centre of the town's development. The Romans, who called the place Aquae Arnementiae, were the first to take the plunge and through the centuries many thousands of visitors have travelled to the spa town in the hills to sample the supposedly health giving waters.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking

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