Space2 @ The Old Vicarage
Experience Derbyshire at its best.
Space2 is our modern, self contained, apartment style bed and breakfast accommodation. Set in an idyllic location close to the beautiful spa town of Buxton, it offers space, comfort and far reaching views over the Peak District countryside.
Combining the convenience of a Bed and Breakfast with the flexibility, comfort and privacy of your own cottage, Space2 is set in a detached outbuilding next to our home. The spacious, self-contained apartment includes a bedroom with a king-sized bed as well as a sitting room with a 4 seater corner sofa, 40in smart TV & Blu-ray/DVD player. The sitting room also has a comfortable double sofa bed should additional accommodation be required. DAB radio/mp3 music player connections and free Wi-Fi are provided.
A separate kitchen/breakfast room provides space for up to 4 guests to enjoy a delicious continental style breakfast left for you to enjoy at leisure. Or why not breakfast outside in your very own south facing patio garden?
Parking space for 2 cars and a separate guest entrance provide you with complete independence to relax and enjoy your holiday as you please.
The Old Vicarage
, King Sterndale,
Buxton, Derbyshire , SK17 9SF
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There are so many fun and educational activities for everyone to take part in. From animal talks, animal handling, or den building, you will create the best of memories. The team goes the extra mile to create a magical atmosphere.
Buxton Raceway, is situated in the beautiful Peak District, it boasts a 380 metre tarmac oval with steel plate fencing and a figure of 8 circuit.The circuit has many facilities for
Nearby Eating Out
High Peak Bookstore & Cafe
High Peak Bookstore and Café opened in 2000, as ‘Bookstore Brierlow Bar’ on the site of the former Bagshaw’s garage on Ashbourne Road, just outside of Buxton.
The Church Inn
Refreshing locals and travellers alike since 1742, The Church Inn at Chelmorton stands opposite the village church and is as quintessentially English as a roaring fire on