Nestling in the historic village of Hartington, originally recorded in the Doomsday Book as Harteoum, you will discover the charm of The Charles Cotton Hotel, named after the 17th Century poet and co-author with Izaak Walton of "The Compleat Angler". Hartington is signposted from the A515 between Buxton and Ashbourne. Once in the village you will easily see the hotel.
The hotel originally opened it's doors in the early 17th century. They offer a variety of accommodation in the house and in the recently converted stables. All rooms are en-suite and offer colour television, direct dial telephone, ample heating and hot water.
Standard Rooms - These rooms are located within the main building of the hotel. They accommodate one, two, three, four or five people. All normal rooms offer en-suite bathrooms and all the facilities stated above.
Stable / Superior Rooms - These rooms are located within the main building of the hotel and in the recently converted stables. They are spacious rooms with en-suite bathrooms as well as all the above facilities. These rooms can accommodate one, two, three or four people with some accommodating five. A sixth person can be accommodated by an extra bed.
Charles Cotton Hotel,
Buxton, SK17 0AL GB
Charles Cotton Hotel, Buxton, Derbys
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