If you’re looking for a charming bed and breakfast in Buxton, look no further than Cressbrook Hall.
While staying at Cressbrook Hall, visitors can check out Millers Dale Viaduct (2.0 mi), which is a popular Buxton attraction.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and a kitchenette, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Travellers looking for pubs can head to The Queens Arms.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular architectural buildings such as The Pump Room Buxton.
The staff at Cressbrook Hall looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We would like to thank Cressbrookhall and Emily and her team for making our wedding day so special. The Cressbrook Hall team were very accommodating from start to finish. The venue was brilliant oozing charm and character. The food was superb (we created our own menu) and the photograph opportunities both inside and out were incredible. An excellent wedding venue!
We stayed in Hall Cottage with our three teenage children for a walking holiday over half term. The wow factor of this accommodation is definitely its location. There are beautiful views from Cressbrook Hall and the cottage itself has views from the living area. There are great walks on the doorstep, so for three days we didn't even need to take the car out. We found the best walks to be down in the dales, the Monsal trail was a bit of a walking highway and had cyclists continuously whizzing past but that could have just been half term. The location is great from a tourist point of view ( even though we chose not to take advantage of everything due to Covid) with Bakewell, Buxton and Chatsworth all in easy distance. There were tons of caverns to visit in the area and even Alton Towers is possible from here. The cottage itself was very much as in the pictures although the main bedroom had been redecorated. The bedroom space was ample, with the size of the kitchen and living area being the compromise. There were some nice original features in the cottage which made it feel special. We found it very warm, although we kept turning the heating down and there was only one tiny opening window in the living area. We struggled with the shower a bit and found that the fridge kept freezing our food but these are niggles and didn't really affect our holiday. The free wi fi worked fine but you had to stand in certain areas of the cottage to get it! …
Clean, spacious and modern accommodation The grounds are perfectly situated for a short stroll or a long hike in the surrounding areas. Only recommendation is for a gate on the entrance which we stayed, this would help allow smaller children to enjoy playing outside without them wandering off!
We rented High Spy cottage, one of the cottages in the grounds of Cressbrook Hall. The cottage was fabulous- three en-suite double bedrooms so great for three couples with plenty of space. The views were wonderful. The cottage is adjoined to Top Spot so there is the potential for noise coming through but this wasn’t an issue when we were there but could be something to consider depending on when you are booking. The bedroom and living area that face south get the sun all day and the windows do not open so very warm. I could imagine quite unpleasant in high summer. WiFi good. Kitchen had everything needed to self cater. The views from top spot and high spy are lovely with a lovely sitting area. Lots of local walks when you get your bearings. The maps provided weren’t hugely helpful but you can cross the river at Upperdale (the crossing at Cressbrook mill is closed) and here you can join the Monsal Trail. The viaduct is about half a mile walk from the crossing- you can park there too. One huge criticism is that the signage is non existent. You actually need to follow signs to the Walled Victorian Gardens. There’s nothing to say you have arrived and we nearly ended up going down a steep gravelly track which was not easy to get back up without a 4x4! We saw other guests making the same mistake. Not having a sign with the cottage names is really not acceptable- good luck finding the place in the dark! Overall we are looking forward to returning. …
The outside and gardens looked lovely but oh dear the inside was very tired. The bar was only about four foot square and we felt that our guests would spend half the day queueing for a drink, the bridal cottage was unavailable due to the fact it was being sold and the alternative was nothing special. The guest rooms were unattractive and some had bars at the windows making it feel like a prison. Not what I wanted for my daughters happiest day. Ok if you just wanted a weekend of walking in Derbyshire.