Lime Tree Holiday Park
Nestling amongst the surrounding Derbyshire hills at a height of over 1000ft, Buxton is reputed to be the highest town in England, and grew in fame as a spa town because of the pale blue water which bubbles up from thermal springs in the heart of the Peak District.
Lime Tree Holiday Park is ideally placed for discovering the glories of the Derbyshire countryside. Next to a thickly wooded limestone gorge, and with the backdrop of a magnificent old railway viaduct, Lime Tree is in a Special Landscaped Area perfect for touring, camping or a family holiday in our modern luxury accommodation. A relaxing haven, that enjoys far reaching views over nearby Buxton and the surrounding hills.
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From Matlock, Bakewell to Buxton on the A6 On approaching Buxton (A6), you will see a Morrisons supermarket on the right. Just before the roundabout, take the left sharp turn into Duke’s Drive and follow the road up for about half a mile. The site entrance is on the left along Duke’s Drive. From Stockport, Manchester, Chapel–On-Le–Frith on the A6 Head towards Matlock (Morrisons supermarket is on your left). Go straight across the roundabout in front, and then turn sharp right into Duke’s Drive. Follow the road for about half a mile. The site entrance is on the left along Duke’s Drive. From Ashbourne on the A515 Pass B&Q on the right and go down the hill about half a mile into the dip just before Buxton Town Centre. Go right across the carriageway and turn right into Duke’s Drive. (If you come to Tesco Express on the right hand side, you have gone to far). The site entrance is on the right along Duke’s Drive. GPS: latitude 53.2495; longitude -1.8981
- East Midlands Airport - 60 km
- Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport - 64 km
- Birmingham International Airport - 89 km
- Liverpool - 75 km
- Liverpool Birkenhead - 76 km
- Heysham - 110 km
Cards accepted at this property
Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site.