The highest market town in England; Buxton in Derbyshire is deservedly renowned for its Georgian and Victorian architecture - much of it linked with the 5th Duke of Devonshire's ambitions to create a spa town to rival Bath back in the 18th century.
Among its finest gems are the striking Devonshire Dome, which has a larger span than St Paul's Cathedral, was built by the Duke of Devonshire as stables to complement The Crescent, became a hospital and is now a university.
Visitors today also appreciate the beautifully-landscaped and restored Pavilion Gardens, with its formal borders, lawns, play areas and family-friendly cafe and shop.
Shoppers can count on the best of independent retailers and High Street brands at The Springs Shopping Centre, Cavendish Arcade and The Old Court House.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.