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Welcome to Hawthorn farm

Address: Fairfield road, Buxton, SK17 7ED

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Dating from the 1580’s, Hawthorn Farm is set in a Grade II listed house, 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Buxton. It offers country-house style rooms and home-cooked food. Rooms at Hawthorn Farm are located in the main building or the converted cow sheds. They feature flat-screen TVs with digital radios, feature beds and bathrooms with free toiletries. Most rooms have free Wi-Fi access. The traditional dining room has original exposed wooden beams and serves cooked and continental breakfasts. Homemade yogurts, muesli and jams are also on the menu and evening meals can be arranged. Countryside walking routes surround the house and Buxton Train Station is a 10-minute walk away. Buxton And High Peak Golf Course is less than a mile away and free parking is available at the property.

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Buxton And High Peak Golf Club - Buxton - Golf

Buxton And High Peak Golf Club - Buxton - Golf

Distance 0.3 miles (0.49 km)
Welcome To Golf In Derbyshire At Buxton And High Peak Golf Club. A challenging course where wind direction is a major factor on some holes, others require blind shots to sloping greens. Good positional play required. Full catering services available and private functions catered for. Covered driving range adjacent to the course. Vacancies available for Full Playing Gentlemen and Ladies. Also Associate Membership available for members of other golf clubs. For details apply in writing to the club secretary.

Buxton Centre - Town Centre

Buxton Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.64 miles (1.02 km)
Buxton is located on the River Wye and is the highest altitude market town in England. Although still referred to as a spa town, it no longer has any public thermal baths and now gains much of its economy from its famous spring water and tourism. This is an extremely popular and attractive town, first developed in 78 AD by the Romans - who referred to it as Aquae Arnemetiae - Buxtons thermal baths have been used by countless people through the ages, perhaps most famously by Mary Queen of Scots, who visited the baths several times whilst awaiting execution. It is thought that her rheumatism benefited from the water of the warm springs.