Grendon Bed & Breakfast is a recently renovated luxury bed & breakfast, located in the market town of Buxton, offering high class accommodation with a homely, personal touch. It's situated on a quiet lane approximately 15 minutes walk from the town centre, and with direct access to the Goyt Valley for stunning scenery and walks.
What makes a stay at Grendon Bed & Breakfast unique?
Grendon is a magnificent Edwardian house, built between 1911 and 1914. The owners have lovingly restored the house and it now provides large, bright guest rooms, mixing traditional furniture and original features with contemporary soft furnishings to rival most luxury hotel facilities. However, the owners pride themselves on providing warm hospitality and service to ensure the perfect stay in the Peak District.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Grendon Bed & Breakfast?
Grendon Bed & Breakfast has four individually designed, first floor luxury ensuite rooms. Each room features high quality bedding and linen, silent fridge and complimentary tea tray, robes, slippers, hairdryer and hair straighteners, complimentary toiletries, freesat TV, radio/alarm clock and free WiFi. All the rooms have large walk-in showers and two rooms have free standing, double-ended roll top baths.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Buxton area?
Buxton is the perfect base to explore the Peak District. Several stately homes, including Chatsworth, are within half an hour's drive. The area is also renowned for its hiking and walking and trails can be accessed from Grendon itself or by going further afield. The town of Buxton is famous for its Opera House which hosts around 450 performances a year and is an iconic building in the town. There are many other architecturally impressive buildings in the town, most of them built due to the success of Buxton's water and thermal springs. The town also boasts two golf courses, including the Cavendish Golf Course, designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie of Augusta fame.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Visitors to Buxton can choose from a wide variety of restaurants, inns and bars, with everything from Greek, French, Swiss, Thai and Indian food to good home-cooked pub grub. More recently, a few local craft beer bars have opened and a Gin bar. There is also a fantastic cocktail bar in the centre of town. There are numerous tea rooms and small cafes open during the day too. Grendon Bed & Breakfast has a good pub within a three minute walk, which serves food all day.