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Dog & Partridge Country Inn & Hotel
Dog & Partridge Country Inn & Hotel


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Postcode: S36 | code search
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The highest market town in Yorkshire, Penistone was once a major transport hub, but it is now a far quieter place and none the worse for that. At one point Penistone was a junction between the Sheffield to Huddersfield line and the Woodhead line, taking passengers and freight between Manchester and Sheffield, and it even had engineering works to serve this traffic. If evidence in the local parish church, St John the Baptistís, is taken into consideration, Penistone was settled in Saxon times Ė there are signs of a Saxon cross to be found in the church building. The town has had a grammar school for over 600 years, the founding date said to be 1392. It took another three hundred years after that for the place to be granted a market charter, as it was in 1699, but there had been markets held there long before that date. Penistone holds a farmersí market on the second Saturday of every month, but its livestock market closed recently to make way for somewhat controversial town centre development. On the second Saturday in September Penistone has its annual show, another way of cementing its character as an agricultural centre, in spite of the livestock market now having disappeared. The countryside around Penistone is some of the loveliest in South Yorkshire. Some will come across the town while trying an alternative route between Sheffield and Huddersfield, or on their way to Barnsley, to which the town is now linked administratively. It is an attractive place in its own right, but it also makes a great centre for visiting the booming city of Sheffield for its many attractions, and enjoying the peace of rural life in the evening.


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Cubley Hall (0.80 miles)

Cubley Hall

Retaining all the qualities of the past yet with all modern facilities and comfort expected of a country house hotel.Cubley Hall is small and friendly with a personal attentive service. Cubley Hall has the ideal ... More | visit website

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The Spiral (2.06 miles)

The Spiral

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Standing high in the Pennines yet convenient for Sheffield, Barnsley, Huddersfield, Leeds and the M1/M62 motorways, both business guests and holiday makers will benefit immediately from stunning accommodation, fantastic Pennine ... More

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The Fountain Inn (2.41 miles)

The Fountain Inn
Nestled in the foothills of the Southern Pennines; The Fountain Inn at Ingbirchworth is close to the Peak District National Park and is well renowned for being located in ‚Äúthe last of the summer wine‚ÄĚ ... More | visit website
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Dog & Partridge Country Inn & Hotel (3.47 miles)

Dog & Partridge Country Inn & Hotel

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This family run inn has a history that dates back to the Elizabethan period. Located within the Peak National Park, the Dog & Partridge is an excellent base for exploring ... More

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Bagden Hall Hotel (3.80 miles)

Bagden Hall Hotel
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Set in 40 acres of beautiful parkland, Bagden Hall has all the facilities of a modern hotel, yet retains the charm and character of an English country house. We have ... More
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New Country Inns @ The Bluebell Inn (4.04 miles)

New Country Inns @ The Bluebell Inn

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Modern 40 bedroomed hotel with on-site bar/ restaurant and conference/banqueting facilities. Offering a contemporary yet modern residence. Rooms are spacious and airy, comfortably decorated and well-appointed with all expected amenities ... More

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Travellers Inn (4.35 miles)

Travellers Inn
The Travellers Inn is a family run Bar/Restaurant with En-Suite Accommodation, built in 1782 as a Coaching Inn, we are close to Junction 37 of the M1 motorway, 3 miles from Barnsley Town Center and on ... More | visit website
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Wortley Hall (4.59 miles)

Wortley Hall

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Wortley Hall is situated within 26 acres of formal garden and woodland. Within the grounds there is a small lake an abundance ... More

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Red Lion Inn (5.59 miles)

Red Lion Inn
A real Yorkshire pub with a typically warm and friendly Yorkshire welcome, the Red Lion Inn is situated in 'Summer Wine' country at Jackson Bridge near Holmfirth, in the West Yorkshire Pennines.

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26, Greenfoot Lane (6.00 miles)

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26, Greenfoot Lane is a traditional yet modern "home away from home". Its appeal is the freedom you have to use this home as an alternative to a hotel. Serviced ... More

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