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For such a small bookshop, it truly feels like an endless warren with a great selection of books. Like previous reviewers have said, the shop is a delight for anyone wanting to indulge themselves in reading, Extremely good value of some old, used and second...More
Oh my I was in book heaven. You can spend ages here and what is really lovely is that they encourage it. They have a counter where you can make your own drink, for a small donation, and you can sit on a sofa looking...More
Wow what can I say.. this book shop is fantastic, I'm a huge huge huge bookworm and this was probably one of the best bookshops I've been in, there's 5 floors and if you can't find a book in here there is somthing wrong with...More
Took some finding but after some helpful locals we got there and it was like a tardis each stair you climbed just lead you to more books.
Nothing for us buy ( this time) but still an interesting shop to explore.
We learnt of this place after overhearing a conversation in another nearby book emporium, Scarthins of Cromford, and decided to pay a visit as it was on our way home from a short break in the area.
We are so glad we did! What a...More
Five floors of books never seen anything like it a real find. Ideal for lovers of old books. My first thought was what a tool for anyone doing research. Even has sheet music and maps. Just don't think you will just call in for a...More
This is a lovely, quirky bookshop, set over five floors that you can happily spend an hour or more browsing without any pressure to purchase.You can even make tea and coffee and settle down for a read. well worth a visit.
Whenever I am in Buxton, I simply have to visit Scrivener’s, for it is easy to while away several hours here, Everything is arranged by themes by way of guidance; apart from that, browsers are left to their own devices. They stock lots of Victorian...More