Here you will find a wealth of information relating to The Masonic Hall in Buxton, and a little about the town and local facilities.

Buxton Masonic Hall

The Masonic Hall is located at:

Buxton Masonic Hall,
The Old Court House,
George Street,
Buxton.  SK17 6AY

Masonic use focuses on three Lodges that meet here:

Getting there

By Car
st205Buxton, straddling the river Wye, sits amid the A6 (Derby to Stockport), A53 (Leek to Buxton) and the A515 (Ashbourne to Buxton) trunk roads, about twenty five miles East of the M6.  The Old Court House is at the junction of George Street (a No-Through Road) and The Square. Vehicular access therefore, is best achieved by heading South from St. Johns Road (A53), about fifty yards from the roundabout where the A53 joins the A515. The Lodge Room is above The Old Court House Coffee & Wine Bar, up a flight of steps adjacent to Bar Barsserie. There isn’t a car park at the Old Court House, and local on-street parking is very limited.

If you have a SatNav, please enter these coordinates: 53.259382, -1.915087 for precise directions.

By Train
flying-scotsmanBuxton railway station terminus is served by the former L&NWR and LMS line via Whaley Bridge. It has frequent trains to Stockport and the nearby city of Manchester. The journey from Buxton to Manchester Piccadilly takes just under an hour. Full timetable, prices and tickets can be obtained from National Rail Enquiries. The Old Court House is five minutes walk from the Hall: turning right out of the station along Station Road, straight across the roundabout on to St. John’s Road and the immediate left down George Street, at which point The Old Court House Coffee & Wine Bar should be apparent.

County Cars:Tut Tut 01298 22866
Holmes Hire Taxis: 01298 22968
Allied Taxis: 01298 72123
Buxton Radio Taxis: 01298 23457
Premier Cars: 01298 77767
Petes Taxi: 01298 25010

By AirConcord
Buxton, residing in Northwestern Derbyshire is just over forty eight miles from East Midlands Airport, seventy miles from Birmingham Airport and twenty three miles from  Mancheater Airport.


The Court House has no parking with very limited adjacent street parking; but there are two local public pay & display car parks on Wye street, accessed via New Wye Street, and directly from the A53 at the Charles Street roundabout. Once parked it is about a three hundred yard walk via Spring Gardens and Terrace Street to the ‘other end’ of George Street.

Petrol stationsNodding Donkey

There are three fuel stations to the South of the town. Morrisons just off Bakewell Road (A6) about a mile from The Old Court House, Tesco located about ¾ of a mile away on London Road (A515) and Esso on Leek Road (A53) is nearly a couple of miles away.

Banking services

Turning right out of the Town Hall a few yards, to the junction of George Street and Terrace Road is:


  • RBS

Opposite RBS on Terrace Road:

  • Barclays
  • HSBC

Local accommodation

The details below are oTentnly based on an internet search to save you a little time. This is not an exhaustive listing and of course, both details and ‘quality’ may vary. These are not recommended as such, or have been evaluated. If, however you feel one or more of these entries should be removed, the details edited, or you have additional suggestions please let us know.


The Old Hall Hotel,  The Square, Buxton.  SK17 6BD.  01298 22841
The Palace Hotel, Palace Rd, Buxton.  SK17 6AG.  01298 22001
Buckingham Hotel,  1, Burlington Rd, Buxton.   SK17 9AS.  01298 70481


Roseleigh Guesthouse, 19, Broad Walk, Buxton.  SK17 6JR.  01298 24904
Ash Corner Guest House, 10, Ash St, Buxton.  SK17 6LL.  01298 26379
Grovesnor House, 1, Broad Walk, Buxton.  SK17 6JE.  01298 72439

Self Catering

Wellwood Lodge Holiday House, 103, Corbar Rd, Buxton.  SK17 6RJ.  01298 78831
The Servants’ Quarters, 14, St James Terrace, Buxton.  SK17 6HS.  07749 821438

Camping & Caravaning

The Caravan Club, Grin Low Road, Ladmanlow, Buxton.  SK17 6UJ.  01298 77735
Lime Tree Holiday Park,  Dukes Drive, Buxton.  SK17 9RP.  01298 22988


Buxton is a spa town. It has the highest elevation of any market town in England. Close to the county boundary with Cheshire and Staffordshire, and is described as “the gateway to the Peak District National Park”.

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