We have just come back from a 3 night stay over Easter. This is our 3rd stay at Barms Farm and won't be our last. Lorraine is a lovely warm friendly host who makes you feel welcome and at home. We have stayed in all tthree rooms and they are all immaculate. The beds are very comfortable with luxurious 'The White Company' bedding. There are plenty of places to eat in Buxton which you can walk to but we have tended to drive to The Church Inn at Chelmorton or The Beehive at Combs. Simply Thai in Buxton looks lovely but we haven't tried it yet (my hubby isn't a lover of hot or spicy foods)
In the colder months the fire is lit in the guest lounge and it is nice to relax with a glass of wine.
There is a utility room which has a fridge and fresh milk if required.
There is plenty of choice for breakfast, a lovely selection of fresh fruits, yogurt and granola.
Before finding this B&B I spent many hours on the internet looking for accomodation in either Bakewell or Buxton - I have found the best and I don't think you will find a better one in this area.
We stay here as a base to walking in the Peak District and it is lovely coming back to such a beautiful B&B. We plan on staying longer next time and trying out Audrey's.
Thank you once again Lorraine for a lovely Easter.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 5 star silver farmhouse b&b situated one mile north of Buxton. Three well equipped double rooms with five foot wide beds and pristine en-suite facilities, large guest lounge, dining room and separate guest entrance. Open views over surrounding farmland and golf course. Private illuminated car park within landscaped grounds with pergola and sitting area overlooking large fish pond and the Derbyshire hills. Free wi-fi available. Sorry no pets. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Barms Farm Hotel Buxton