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County - Derbyshire
Tel code: 01298 | code search
Postcode: SK23 | code search
Population: 8000
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Chapel-en-le-Frith is a sizeable settlement on the A6 route between Stockport and Buxton, with medieval church, market square and cobbled streets full of character, with the hills and caves around Castleton only a short drive down back roads... Read More.

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Ashlea is a newly built self contained 2 storey holiday home with underfloor heating throughout, fitted kitchen, lounge, bedroom with twin oak beds and a beautiful modern bathroom with full size bath and wet area ... More | visit website

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Old Hall Inn (1.62 miles)

Old Hall Inn
The hamlet of Whitehough is found via Chinley off the B6062 or via the sign on the B5470 at Chapel-en-le-Frith. It is worth seeking out The Old Hall Inn, a historic premises attached to Whitehough Hall: the ... More | visit website
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Shady Oak (3.07 miles)

Shady Oak
Welcome to The Shady Oak, a country inn situated on the A5004 between the Peak District towns of Buxton and Whaley Bridge. Stunning views over the Goyt Valley and the plethora of walking trails that ... More | visit website
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The Bridge End (4.03 miles)

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We are based in the village of Hayfield in the High Peak; in the heart of mountains, moors and beautiful scenery yet less than 40 minutes from Manchester City Centre, ... More

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Chateau & Wye House (4.17 miles)

Chateau & Wye House

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These luxury, serviced apartments overlook this historic spa town, offering distinctive charm and warmth in the heart of the Peak District. Unique and spacious apartments and penthouses have 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ... More

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Devonshire Arms (4.31 miles)

Set in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District the Devonshire Arms offers reasonably priced B&B accommodation comprising of 4 single, 1 double and a family room. All our rooms are en-suite and have free ... More | visit website
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The Waltzing Weasel Inn (4.34 miles)

The Waltzing Weasel Inn
The Waltzing Weasel is a Traditional quintessential English Inn - approximately 400 years old located in the walking country of the High Peak in the Peak District. Views of Kinder Scout and surrounding hills and ... More | visit website
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Lee Wood Hotel (4.41 miles)

Lee Wood Hotel

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This fully modernised Georgian property, with its rosette award-winning restaurant, near the centre of Buxton, offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi and parking. Surrounded by its own tranquil private gardens, the Lee ... More

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Palace Hotel (4.42 miles)

Palace Hotel
Looming out from beneath the foliage is this stunning hotel located in the heart of the popular spa town of Buxton and within easy reach of the wonders of the Peak District.

With beautiful scenery to ... More | visit website
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Old Hall Hotel (4.61 miles)

Old Hall Hotel

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Reputed to be the oldest hotel in England, one time host to Mary Queen of Scots. Perfectly located opposite the Pavilion Gardens (23 acres parkland) & Opera House.

Daniel Defo writing in ... More | visit website

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Alpine Lodge Guest House (4.63 miles)

Alpine Lodge Guest House
Alpine Lodge Guest House in Buxton is new. Formally known as Hardwick Mount, Alpine Lodge Guest House has been taken over and completely refurbished to create welcoming and luxurious bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation. ... More | visit website

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