The Best Western Lee Wood Hotel in Buxton is just a short walk from the town centre, is a fully modernized Georgian property with a Rosette award-winning restaurant.
Set in mature gardens the Best Western Lee Wood Hotel was originally built in the 1830s by the then Duke of Devonshire as three houses. Converted into a hotel in 1860 when the railway opened in Buxton and the town began to prosper as a Victorian spa town where people would come and enjoy the therapeutic properties of Buxton thermal spring water.
The Lee Wood Hotel has long enjoyed a good reputation for the quality of its food freshly prepared and served by its friendly staff. With a number of dishes to choose from you cant go wrong dining at the Best Western Lee Wood Hotel Elements Restaurant.
The Main bar and lounge overlooks the garden and you can enjoy drinks and snacks or weather permitting on the hotel patio throughout the day.
The Lee Wood Hotel offers 38 en-suite rooms which are equipped with all the amenities you would expect from a Best Western Hotel. With comfortable en-suite bedrooms and suites offer free WiFi throughout the hotel an hard-wired broadband access from the bedrooms and have a lift to all floors.
Whether its a business meeting or a family occasion the Best Western Lee Wood Hotel in Buxton can facilitate, offering a wide range of packages. The hotel is also licensed for civil weddings and partnership registration.