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Guesthouses in Sheffield There are many reasons why people opt for guest house accommodation over traditional hotels. Sometimes it's for the cosy, friendly atmosphere, sometimes it has to do with budget, however some canny travellers know that by staying with the locals, they’ll get an insider's view of the city. Whatever your reasons for choosing a guest house, there should be one in Sheffield to suit.

Martins Guest House [map] is a converted Victorian mansion set in its own grounds. It has all the hallmarks of a decent bed and breakfast; en suite bedrooms complete with colour TV, private parking and a variety of rooms to suit families and groups as well as those travelling alone. It’s also not far from the local attractions and distractions.

Psalter House [map] has also been converted from an Edwardian home into a local guest house that’s retained some of its historic character. This four-diamond accommodation offers twin, double or family rooms with en suite or use of a private bathroom, and breakfast is served every morning with a vegetarian option for non-meat eaters. This is accommodation that the whole family can enjoy, as children over four-years-old and pets are welcome.

An alternative four-diamond accommodation option is Loadbrook Cottages [map]. Here you’ll find a far more rural feel as the residence is surrounded by fields and a small lake. Located on the west border of Sheffield this accommodation is ideal for those who like to walk, climb, cycle or generally enjoy the outdoors, without being too far from Sheffield city centre. All the rooms here have en suite facilities and children and pets are welcome.

Whirlow Park Guest House [map] also offers guests a rural location for their accommodation. Although the guest house is surrounded by woods and private gardens, it is only a few minutes from restaurants and pubs, so you won’t feel too remote. This accommodation is open all year round except for Christmas and New Year, so whenever you feel the need for a rural getaway, you can book your room and breakfast here.

If budget is your main concern then you could try the Coniston Guest House [map] in Hillsborough. They offer a friendly and affordable place to stay with the added bonus of a private car park. All rooms are equipped with washing facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, colour TV, hair dryers, trouser press and iron, and guests can choose either a single, double or twin room. A ground floor bedroom is also available.

If you want to be within easy reach of the Sheffield action you should consider Parkland Guest House [map]. Located close to the university with good transport links to the local attractions and the Peak District, this guest house could be the perfect spot for you. The accommodation itself has three diamonds from the English Tourist Board and all the rooms are en suite. Although there are no private parking facilities, children and pets are welcome.

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