Ann and George have now retired but thank all our guests for their support over the years

A warmPeak District welcome

Wayfarers, a traditional stone cottage some 150 years old, is set in the village of Buxworth within a conservation area adjacent to the Bugsworth Canal Basin. The Basin is the only inland port on Britain's narrow canal system to have survived intact, and therefore remains an important local landmark.

Buxworth is an ideal jump off point for experiencing the breathtaking beauty of both the Dark and White Peaks. The village is surrounded by the Peak District National Park and on a National Cycle Network route, making the cottage the perfect hub from which to enjoy all kinds of walking, riding and cycling activities.

So why not come and spend some time soaking up the beauty of the Peak District.
Be our guests at Wayfarers.

George and Ann

Sleeps 4/5

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

Pet Friendly

Log Fire

Wi-Fi

Bike Shed

Cosy Pub

Smoke Free

Dog Friendly

Important Notices

The cottage has steep stairs but with handrails on both sides.

The courtyard is accessed via six stone steps with a handrail; caution is required in wet or icy conditions.

Charge the Spirit

Feast the Eyes

Three Shires Bridge, Goyt Valley

Wayfarers & beyond

Walk the peaks

a group walking in the peak district
Walking The Goyt Valley

The Peak District offers hundreds of miles of walking set in stunning countryside that invites you to explore and discover; from a gentle stroll to a demanding hike.

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Cycle the peaks

a family cycling in the peak district
Cycling around Derwent

Why not get out and explore the area on two wheels? Again, all levels are catered for; from a relaxed and easy pedal to a white knuckle, full-on rocky trailblaze.

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Ride the peaks

horse riders in the peak district
Peak trekking

Or how about four legs? With sixty five miles of trails to explore, riding, hacking and trekking are all possible. Once again, all abilities are most welcome.

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Visit Buxton

interior shot of buxton opera house
The Opera House

This lovely spa town sits highest of all market towns in England. Described as 'The Gateway to the Peak District National Park', Buxton offers many outstanding attractions to the casual visitor; Poole's Cavern, The Opera House and the world renowned water spring to name but three.

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Visit Lyme Park

exterior shot of lyme hall mansion house
Lyme Hall

Take a day to explore this impressive mansion house and estate. Managed by The National Trust, it attracts countless visitors each year. In recent years it has also become the location for many film productions including The BBC's Pride and Prejudice and Red Dwarf.

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Other activities

sailing boats on erwood reservoir, peak district
Sailing on Errwood

There are three local sailing clubs, Toddbrook, Combs and Errwood and numerous fishing locations. Other local interests include the Blue John mines at Castleton, the beautiful Goyt valley, canoeing, caving and rock climbing, all within easy reach of Wayfarers.

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Timeless Grandeur

Year round Beauty

Kinder Plateau in winter