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GO Country Hotels in Sheffield

Places to Stay in Sheffield When the thought of staying in one of England biggest cities fills you with tension, don’t forget there’s plenty of open countryside around. In fact, half of the city’s population live within 15 minutes of open countryside. If you want to take advantage of the delights of Sheffield without being stuck in the greyness of the city check out what’s available in terms of country accommodation.

If you’re looking for fresh air and freedom then why not book your place at the Mill Lane Farm Cottages [map]. Here you’ll find two luxury places to stay, Mill Lane Cottage and Orchard Cottage, which give you the freedom of being in self-catering accommodation and the fresh air that comes with being close to the Peak District.

Although the thought of staying in a converted cowshed may not sound like five star accommodation, you’ll find that Mill Lane Cottage [map] has all the modern conveniences you’ll need with a fully equipped kitchen, two furnished bedrooms and a spacious lounge that offers beautiful views across the valley. While the cosy two bedroomed 18th century Orchard Cottage offers a similar standard of living with views across the Peak District.

Located within easy reach of all that the city has to offer, Tankersley Manor [map] is definitely an option for those needing nature and nurture. This 17th century stone accommodation provides guests with a four-star room in which to rest, an on site restaurant in which to dine and a spa and a leisure centre to rejuvenate and relax city weary bodies and minds. There’s also the opportunity to enjoy some more lively entertainments without leaving the hotel, as there are regular theme nights and tribute evenings to enjoy.

Surround by 20 acres of gardens and woodland, Whitley Hall [map] is another accommodation option where you can wake up amidst vibrant greens rather than city greys. This residence has 19 en suite country style rooms and an on site restaurant with an excellent reputation. It is also a popular wedding location for civil marriages as it combines history, beauty and excellent service.

Also set in its own gardens, the Mosborough Hall Hotel [map] offers guests excellent views across the local countryside. The building is believed to have royal connections, with the oldest parts dating back to medieval times, and this adds to the eclectic feel of the place. The rooms come in a variety of sizes and decors, some furnished with four-poster beds, however all rooms are en suite.

If you’re looking for a more homely feel to your accommodation then why not try the Underleigh House bed and breakfast [map] in Hope Valley. All rooms in this converted cottage and barn have stunning views across the countryside and this B&B is great for those who love to enjoy the outdoors. All rooms in this fully non-smoking accommodation are en suite and breakfast is enjoyed around the large oak table in the dining room from 8:00am.

The Rambler Country House [map] can be found in the pretty village of Edale, close to Edale train station and within easy reach of many natural attractions. As the name suggests the area is popular with walkers and ramblers because it is close to the Pennine Way National Trail and the Peak District. But even if you are not a rambler you should still find just enough here to keep you occupied during your rural getaway.

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