Wellwood Lodge – Holiday cottage in Buxton, Peak District
Self-catering accommodation for 14 people comfortably.
Considerable recent updating gives visitors to Wellwood Lodge a superior self-catering experience for up to 14 guests in six large bedrooms and 2 travel cots taking maximum occupancy numbers to 16. it is possible to have 12 single occupancy beds with two of the king size beds being zip and link, all double beds are king size.
A recently installed bespoke handcrafted oak staircase rises through the heart of the house to the six spacious and tastefully-decorated bedrooms with four bath/shower rooms. One room has a lovely dressed 4 poster bed with en suite shower room.
A huge 31ft lounge offers a wonderful space for gathering together. 2017 heralded a new fireplace with surrounds sympathetic to the age of the house. The living flame gas fire enhances the overall effect together with freshly plastered walls and ceiling. Newly laid wooden flooring adds a touch of sophistication and chic to the room.
Unlimited broadband wi-fi is accessible throughout the property.
The fully-fitted kitchen leads to a Victorian-style conservatory and dining room with square table that seats 12 to 14 making it the perfect setting for celebratory feasts.
To the rear is an enclosed terraced garden with a lawn and patio with 2 x picnic style bench inclusive tables seating up to 16. Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome by prior arrangement for £25 each dog per stay.
Buxton & The Location
Buxton is England’s leading spa town set in a stunning area of beauty to inspire visitors year round.
The house within its own gardens is set with hill pastures to the rear and stunning long distance views to the front, accessible to the hills just around the corner.
Access to Buxton is a 10 minutes walk along quiet streets. There is plenty to please all generations in this beautiful town inspired by Georgian architects to build the notable Octagon, Crescent, Devonshire dome and parish church of St Johns. Of particular note are the beautiful Pavillion gardens, where lakes, the infant river Wye with it small cascade meanders through, a small guage recreational train track, and water fowl in large numbers share space with happy children enjoying designated play areas. Additionally the notable Pooles cavern is within walking distance.
Shops to please the most discerning of visitors share streets with restaurants and bars to suit all tastes and budgets, look out for arcades and cobbled yards too.
Conveniently trains arrive at Buxton via Manchester and Stockport