Cherry Tree Cottage is a cosy holiday cottage situated in the heart of the Peak District spa town of Buxton, surounded by the Peak District National Park.

Following the latest Corona Virus announcement Cherry Tree Cottage will be open for business from the 12th of April 2021 . We are accepting bookings from that point onwards on the understanding that you are able to cancel or rearrange should the Government guidelines change and not allow you to take your holiday.

We would like to reassure our guests that we are doing everything we can to minimise the risk from Corona virus. Please select the Coronavirus page from the menu for more detail.

The cottage has been refurbished to a high standard in a modern country cottage style and provides a warm and cosy living room with log burner, modern kitchen, Large double bedroom, and bathroom with double-ended roll top bath. There is a small front garden with table and chairs where you can enjoy a glass of wine as the sun goes down on summer evenings.

It is a short walk from the cottage to Buxton’s many sights, including:

  • The Edwardian Opera House, designed by the renowned theatre Architect Frank Matcham who was responsible for the design and construction of over 90 theatres in the UK including The Hackney Empire, London Palladium and London Coliseum.
  • The Georgian Crescent , commissioned by the 5th Duke of Devonshire, which has recently reopened as a 5* Hotel and Spa.
  • The Old Hall Hotel, built by Bess of Hardwick (Who also built Hardwick Hall and Chatsworth House) and the 6th Earl of Shrewsbury and used to house Mary Queen of Scots whilst in the custody of the Earl. It is reputed to be the oldest hotel in Britain.
  • The Devonshire Dome, now part of the university of Derby campus, the dome was added in 1881 to Europe’s most extravagant stable block, built originally by the 6th Duke of Devonshire. When the dome was added it was the largest unsupported dome in the world.
  • St Ann’s Well, the site of a pagan shrine and now a public source of the thermal waters.
  • The Pavillion Gardens, over 23 acres of gardens established by
    a pupil of Sir Joseph Paxton, Edward Milner, in 1871.

When you’ve visited the sights, there are numerous bars, pubs and restaurants within a few minutes walk.

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