This lovely townhouse is in the spa town of Buxton and can sleep twelve people in six bedrooms.
Spa House is a beautiful townhouse perfectly situated to enjoy the delights of the historic spa town of Buxton with its many amenities. The cottage can sleep twelve people in six bedrooms, spread across the first and second floor, including one with an en-suite, and there's a second floor bathroom and two shower rooms. Also in the cottage is a kitchen, a sitting room with dining area and gas fire, a media room and a boot room. Outside is off road parking, with additional roadside parking for 2 cars (permit provided) and a private terrace and courtyard with furniture. Spa House is a splendid house to enjoy and as a base to explore the wonderful countryside of the Peak District National Park.
Amenities: Gas central heating with gas fire and underfloor heating to lower ground floor. Electric range cooker with two electric ovens and induction hob, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 65 4K Smart TV with Sky Sports and Movies, Netflix, Amazon Prime, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate. Off road parking for 2 cars with additional roadside parking (1 permit provided). Terrace and courtyard with furniture. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop, pub and restaurants 3 mins walk. Pavillion Gardens, Opera House and Buxton Swimming Baths close by. Note: The standard double beds are accessed from one side only. Note: The property can only be accessed via a series of stone steps. Note: No stag/hen or similar.
Region: The ultimate in year-round appeal, the Peak District offers countryside, picturesque villages and magnificent scenery. It touches upon six counties and encloses 555 square miles of open moorland, flowing rivers, and wooded dales.
Town: It was the constant 28 degrees centigrade of the bubbling blue waters of Buxton's eight thermal springs that originally attracted the Romans to the town. However it was during the 18th and 19th centuries, under the patronage of successive Dukes of Devonshire, that the Palladian splendour of the Buxton of today was designed and built - including the magnificent semi-circular Crescent, The Great Stable, Hall Bank, The Square, The Pavilion Gardens and The Opera House.