Self Catering Buxton

 

Priory Lea, Self Catering in Buxton

Self Catering BuxtonPaul and Gill welcome you to their Victorian home that has been carefully converted into five beautiful apartments.

Priory Lea is situated in the fields at the base of Buxton‘s well known landmark Solomon’s Temple and adjoins Pooles Cavern Country Park.

Each apartment is comfortable and well equipped with fitted kitchens, microwave, colour TV, full central heating and own shower facilities sleeping from 2 – 6 people. All have countryside views and are inspected annually by the English Tourism Council having currently been awarded either two or three star ratings. There is ample private parking and we are open all the year round. There is a washer and dryer for guests’ use.

A five minute walk from the apartments brings you to a family pub and a twenty four hour supermarket and petrol station, a further ten minute walk and you are in the town centre, buses into town run from the other end of White Knowle Road.

It is ideal for pets as there are many pleasant walks that begin from our car park.

 

The apartments accommodate the following:

Flat 1 accommodates 2-6 people
Flat 2 accommodates 2-4 people
Flats 3 and 4 accommodate 2 people each
Flat 5 accommodates 2-3 people

 

The Apartments in Detail, Self Catering in Buxton 

Apartment 1 : A two bedroomed, ground floor apartment sleeping from two to six people. There is a spacious bedroom with a double and single bed and has lovely views looking out over to the fields. Bedroom two is slightly smaller also with a double and single bed and has an additional washbasin; it also has views over the fields. The bathroom has an electric shower, washbasin, wc and bathroom heater. There is a spacious living room/kitchen diner with fitted units, microwave, toaster, fridge, oven and hob, electric fire and colour TV which looks out onto the front gardens. It has full central heating and hot water which is included in the price and also has independent heaters.

Apartment 2 : A one bedroom, ground floor apartment sleeping from two to four people. There is a spacious bedroom with a double bed and set of bunk beds and has separate garden views. The separate kitchen/diner retains some of the original and now restored Victorian cupboards, a fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, fitted oven and hob and looks out over the fields. The bathroom has an electric shower, washbasin and wc. The living room has a full three piece suite and colour TV. 1 has full central heating and hot water which is included in the price and also independent heaters.

Apartment 3 : A one bedroom, first floor apartment sleeping two people. It is the only apartment that is not full self contained and so this is reflected in the price as the private bathroom is situated at the side of the main apartment, it has an electric shower, bathroom heater and wc.  The bedroom has a double bed, washbasin and has a garden view. The living room/kitchen/diner has a colour TV, fitted units with a fridge, microwave, toaster, oven and hob and has pleasant views of the front garden and lawns. It has full central heating and hot water which is included in the price and also has independent heaters.

Apartment 4 : A one bedroomed, first floor apartment sleeping two people. The bedroom has a double bed and has lovely views looking over the fields. It has a spacious living room/kitchen/diner with a colour TV, fridge, microwave, toaster and fitted oven and hob. There are French doors leading to a spacious sun terrace with excellent views of the woodland and fields to the front and garden to the side. The bathroom has an electric shower, washbasin, wc and bathroom heater. It has full central heating and hot water which is included in the price and also has independent heaters.

Apartment 5 : A one bedroom apartment, sleeping three people.  It is on the second floor and is the only apartment on that level.  The bedroom has a double and a single bed. The en-suite bathroom has an electric shower, washbasin, wc and bathroom heater. The compact fitted kitchen has a fridge, microwave, toaster and independent cooker.  The living room/diner has armchairs, colour TV and has beautiful elevated views looking over the woodland and fields. It has full central heating and hot water which is included in the price and also has independent heaters.

 


An Introduction to Buxton

Buxton, the Gateway to the Peak District is a historic spa town, and it has something for everyone, with stunning Georgian and Victorian architecture, beautiful parks, quirky shops, top-class theatre, and fantastic dining.  Then, for the kids there are caves to wonder at, woodland trails to explore, and a Go Ape experience with thrilling aerial rope walks.

Buxton is situated in a fabulous location and any visitor to the town should also plan to explore the beautiful countryside that surrounds it.  Buxton is overlooked by two hills, Grin Low Hill and Corbar Hill.  On the top of Grin Low Hill, at 439m high, is a well-known local landmark, a tower known as Solomon’s Temple.  A folly built in 1834 to provide work for the town’s unemployed, it was restored in 1996 and is now open to the public.  Visitors can climb the spiral staircase to the top of the crooked tower for magnificent views over the town.  On the top of Corbar Hill, look out for Corbar Cross, a tall cross given to the town by the Duke of Devonshire to celebrate Holy Year in 1950.

Poole’s Cavern is set within the extensive Buxton Country Park. There are numerous country walking trails through the 100 acres of mature deciduous woodland, which link up to Grin Low Hill and Solomon’s Temple.  For more information about Poole’s Cavern and Country Park, including pries and opening times, visit www.poolescavern.co.uk.

To read more about Buxton and things to do close to Priory Lea, see What to do in Buxton