Best Western Lee Wood – Buxton

One of the most perfectly positioned hotels in Buxton, right in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Three quarters of Buxton are surrounded by the Peaks.

General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes.  Wonderfully located in Buxton, at the heart of the Peak District National Park, this delightful hotel is the perfect choice for travellers who are eager to escape the bustle of daily life. Nearby attractions and points of interest include Buxton Spa, and the stunning Buxton Opera House. Guests will find themselves within easy access of the breath-taking Derbyshire Dales and the captivating caves at Castleton. Travel Now Pay Later Best Western Lee Wood Buxton Jetnow. This charming country house hotel welcomes guests with unequivocal hospitality and service. The guest rooms are beautifully decorated and offer a refreshing oasis of peace and serenity in which to enjoy restful slumber at the end of the day. Discerning business and leisure travellers alike will be impressed by the hotel’s wide selection of excellent facilities, which include 7 meeting and conference rooms, a bar and a delightful restaurant.


  • 1 Restaurant and 1 Bar
  • Central Location
  • Close to the National Park
  • Free Parking
  • Gym
  • WiFi

Flight & Transfer Information

Journey time in a car from central London to Buxton approx. 3 hours 30 mins. Hotel 5 mins walk from Buxton train station.


With 40 rooms, various options available; superior rooms, deluxe rooms, annex rooms and family rooms.

Superior Rooms

Superior rooms are either more spacious or have a view of the Bowling Green/Cricket Ground. They include superior complimentary toiletries, clock with phone charging facilities and speaker, slippers and dressing gown.

Family Rooms

Each room comes with a modern, flat screen TV with Freeview and a Smart TV Box, so you can kick back, relax and make yourself at home by logging into your own Apps such as Netflix and BBC Iplayer. Rooms include Telephone, Hairdryer, Complimentary Toiletries, complimentary bottle of Buxton mineral water and tea and coffee making facilities.

Food & Drink

The Chefs are renowned for their imaginative use of local produce providing original and inspiring menus.

Awarded a Rosette Award for fine dining .

A La Carte Restaurant

Available 7 days a week:

Lunch - 12noon - 2.00PM
Dinner - 5.30PM - 8.30PM

Local Attractions

The Peak District is one of the UK's most visited national parks spanning around 555 square miles. The most common activities include walking in the Peak District, the wide ranges of places to visit, climbing, caving, and camping.

There’s no end of Peak District activities that you can get your teeth into, its got all sorts for every type of visitor, from your keen hikers, cyclists, climbers to thrill-seeking adrenaline-junkies! Walking and cycling are Peak District classics, but there’re also activities such as horse riding, water sports. Climbing and Caving are both extremely popular.

Set at the heart of England, the Peak District is a beautiful natural setting within an easy drive of the surrounding villages, towns and cities. It is a far cry from the urban sprawls of Manchester and Leeds, treating visitors to a slice of serenity in an otherwise bustling area of the UK. It is unsurprising that Dovedale is one of the most-loved places to visit in the Peak District. Dramatic limestone ravines shelve down to a broad, meandering river with charming stepping-stones, grassy banks and a level riverside path. The Heights of Abraham is rightly one of the most visited attractions in the Peak District. Here you can soar across the Derwent Valley in one of the iconic cable cars before descending underground for an insightful tour of the historic caverns. Bakewell's most famous export is known and enjoyed far and wide, but few are familiar with the pretty town itself. Another delightful place to add to the list of prettiest villages in the Peak District is Hathersage which lies at the eastern end of the Hope Valley. The Peak District’s highest point offers unparalleled views and some of the best walking terrain in the national park. It is a moorland plateau which lies a dizzying 2,087 feet above sea level, encompassing superb sights such as the peaceful Mermaid’s Pool, bubbling streams and intriguing rock formations such as Pym’s Chair and the Boxing Gloves.