Springbank Guest House
VisitBritain 4 stars (guest house) rated - Springbank is a comfortable detached guest house with a choice of 5 rooms. It was built around 1840 and retains many Victorian features.
We offer non-smoking, period style, en-suite bed and breakfast accommodation in the beautiful Goyt valley within easy reach of Buxton, Stockport, Macclesfield, Manchester and Sheffield.
Rates for bed and breakfast (per room with two sharing)
From £55 - £70
- £15 discount for single occupancy
- £15 surcharge for an extra person in room
- Unfortunately we cannot, at present, accept credit or debit cards.
Over the Christmas/New Year period there will be an extra charge of £15 per room per night and on some mornings breakfast will be cereal, fruit, toast etc. (i.e. a full cooked breakfast will not be available).
We offer double, twin and family rooms, most with en-suite shower and loo, all with adjustable central heating, television, DVD/CD player, kettle, hairdryer, fan heater, tissues, cotton buds, sweets, shampoo, conditioner, moisturiser and a hospitallity tray with home made cake, filtered water tea, coffee, chocolate, horlicks and ovaltine.
Whaley Bridge lies on the edge of the Goyt Valley in the Peak District National Park and within the High Peak. It is a popular area for holidays and offers a rich variety of attractions.
There are regular trains and buses to the spa town of Buxton, seven miles away, which has many attractions including St. Anne's Well, the Pavilion Gardens, the Opera House, Poole's cavern and Solomon's temple (a folly).
Lyme Hall, a country house belonging to the National Trust, is about ten minutes away and about fifteen minutes away is Castleton, with its caverns and Blue John mine. It is a similar distance to Edale and the rest of the Hope Valley. Chatsworth House, the residence of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, with beautiful gardens and splendid architecture is about half an hour away.
In fact all parts of the Dark and White Peak are readily accessible within an hour's drive with attractions including Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall, Cauldwell's Mill, Cromford Mill and Bakewell (home of the pudding).