Buxton has many attractions for the visitor. These include Pooles Cavern, Go Ape – a high wire forest adventure course, an excellent museum, the Discover Buxton Tram Tour and the Pavilion Gardens. You can also pamper yourself at Buxton’s Devonshire Spa. All are within easy walking distance of the Roseleigh.
Chatsworth House (© Visit England)
There are many places within easy reach of Buxton which are well worth a visit. While you can also arrange a Blue Badge Guide – Ellen Outram to provide you with an informative overview.
These include Haddon Hall, Castleton Caverns, and the Derwent Dams. For Chatsworth House, the most popular attraction within the Peak District, we are pleased to be able to provide to our guests:
CHATSWORTH HOUSE TICKET OFFER
Guests can purchase discounted “House & Garden” entrance tickets direct from the Roseleigh.
Chatsworth House terms and conditions apply.
Sunrise over Edale, viewed from Mam Tor (© Phil Sproson)
Footbridge over the River Dove in Beresford Dale (© Phil Sproson)
Kinder Scout, the famous gritstone and peat moorland plateau area lies within easy reach.
There are many fine walks in this unique landscape, crossed by the Pennine Way. Other fine areas for walks are Bleaklow, Win Hill and Lose Hill and the Goyt Valley – all within easy reach.
Dovedale, with its wonderful landscape, is less than 20 miles from Buxton.
Taking in the view (© Phil Sproson)
(© Phil Sproson)
Buxton and the surrounding area has many facilities for outdoor activities – including a Golf Driving Range , two golf courses – Cavendish Golf Club , Buxton and High Peak Golf Club , also for the more adventurous Go Karting , Gliding and a Hang-Gliding / Para-Gliding School.
We cater especially for people who plan outdoor activities, walking and cycling in particular. We have a library of local itineraries to suit all levels of fitness.