The Old Hall Hotel in Buxton is one of the oldest hotels in England, a beautiful historic building located in the centre of Buxton Spa Town opposite the Pavilion Gardens, at the side of The Crescent near Buxton Opera House. The Old Hall Hotel also has been made more famous because between 1576 and 1578 Mary Queen of Scots staying there. This grand three star hotel is a great venue for weddings, weekend breaks or just simply dine in the a-la-carte restaurant. Offering unique accommodation with a delicious Full Breakfast and excellent hospitality, you can be sure that you'll be made welcome at the Old Hall Hotel in Buxton.
The Old Hall Hotel in Buxton offers historic charm with plenty of character combined with comfortable modern accommodation, with staff that ensures all their guests enjoy their stat.
The Hotel in Buxton has had some remarkable visitors in the past which includes Mary Queen of Scots who was held under house arrest. The Old Hall Hotel in Buxton also offers guests the opportunity to stay in the Queen Mary Bowers which is believed to be apart of the original apartment now stands as one of the grandest hotel rooms.
The Old Hall Hotel is made up of 35 rooms each individually furnished in keeping with the age and building style, however you still find modern facilities including en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV, Free WiFi, hairdryer and telephone.
The Old Hall is located in the centre of Buxton Spa town and is ideal for a pre-theatre dining experience, with contemporary feel and a locally inspired menu with the finest, freshest, local ingredients. The restaurant also offers Full English Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Sunday Lunch with all the trimmings.