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Chapel-en-le-Frith in Derbyshire

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Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire. The church here has an unusual dedication to St Thomas a Becket which points to the age of the place and explains its puzzling name. It is known that the first church here was a chapel built in the early 13th century not many years after Becket's murder by the men who worked in the Peak Forest; and the little settlement at that time would quite likely have been in the edges of the forest “en le frith”. Today's church dates from the early 14th century and the tower was brought up to date about 1733. The small market town, itself set on a high ridge in the north-west corner of the Peak District the market place is 776 ft above sea-level - is ringed by even loftier hills and is one of the gateways to the famous walking and climbing country in this part of Derbyshire, and to the caverns at Castleton. Several of its old inns are still in business. It has a l7th century market cross and the old town stocks are still there.

Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Birch Vale, Bradwell, Burbage, Buxton, Castleton, Chelmorton, Chinley, Disley, Dove Holes, Edale, Furness Vale, Hayfield, Hope, Little Hucklow, Macclesfield, Marple, Marple Bridge, Mellor, Millers Dale, New Mills, Peak Forest, Rainow, Romiley, Romiley, Sheldon, Stockport, Taddington, Taxal, Tideswell, Whaley Bridge

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9 Green Lane
Fine late Victorian House in a quiet residential location. We pride ourselves on offering a high standard of accommodation, as you would expect from our Four Star Silver grading, and a delicious breakfast of excellent quality. We are a short walk from Buxton town centre with it's delightful Opera House, beautiful Pavilion Gardens, and many fine examples of Georgian architecture.

Wellwood Lodge
Wellwood Lodge holiday cottage in Buxton makes an ideal base for those wishing to explore the peak District. The house sleeps 12 people and has 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, lounge, dining room, conservatory, garden, front terrace and off road parking for 4 cars. Wi-fi internet is available. 2 well behaved dogs are welcome prior to arrangement.