Robert Louis Stevenson said, 'Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.â€
This is a good way to look at the town of Buxton; is it was seed planted by the Romans that was established to be an ancient spa town. This tradition persisted as the natural surroundings of the place and the access to fresh water led to even the hotels in Buxton feeding into this tradition. A reason for this is partial the elevation and the relatively supportive climate. This also seen in the park-life that the town as developed over the centuries which has also made it into a popular market as the place is fertile and green
Buxton on a BudgetÂ
Though Buxton has a past drenched in rich history it is still possible to visit there and find a place to stay on a budget. There are plenty of cheap hotels like the Palace Hotel for example. This hotel sits on a landscape garden measuring 5 acres and has all the trappings of a county house from the Victorian era. Even though it might not seem like one of the most low budget Buxton hotels, offering modern furnishings, separate lounges and free Wifi, it has comparatively low price point. One of the other cheap hotels in the town is the Grosvenor House. This charming bed and breakfast is located in the popular Peak District and it is a very comfortable stay by all accounts. This hotel feature WIFI access, Freeview TV, and a DVD player.
Luxury in the Town
If you happen to be looking for one of the many luxury Buxton hotels, one you should definitely consider is the Alison Park Hotel in Buxton. This hotel is located right in the Derbyshire Peak District heart and has a very palpable and enchanting Edwardian appeal as it is built into an arts and crafts build from that age. The hotel also features a very well-manicured garden that is beautiful and it is also very close to the Buxton Opera house. Another lavish domicile amongst the luxury hotels in Buxton is the Old Hall Hotel. This establishment has the distinction of history in every brick as one of the oldest running hotels in England.
Opera and Culture in Buxton
The town of Buxton is quaint, but it does have a rich culture that is a must see for any venturing in to stay awhile. One of the locations of note is the Buxton Opera House. This establishment has a layered history that has uncovered several notable local talents that have gone on to do pretty amazing things. Some of the names tied to the Opera House are Lulu and Paul Carrack, John Cooper Clarke and Turin Brakes. Another option for a culture adventure is the Pavilion Gardens. This is a wonderful place with an easy sensibility and the perfect place for a day trip a stroll or a picnic. If you want to hold a larger even there are catering shops near that will furnish you with supplies.