Sheffield

Sheffield now is a far cry from both versions seen in The Full Monty. With two universities it is full of energy and enterprise, has made the most of its splendid Victorian centre, offers the retail therapy of Meadowhall, and incredible sporting facilities... Read More

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Sheffield Events

February
Half-term Fun!
March
Easter Egg Hunt at The Tropical Butterfly House
May
Dragon Boat Festival
Highland Fling Country Fair
Sheffield Mayfest
June
Enchanted Fairy Forest
Firth Park Festival
Millhouses Festival
Norfolk Park Carnival
Rother Valley Triathlon Festival
Sheffield Festival of Transport
SHEFFIELD Heritage Festival
July
Abbeyfield Park Multicultural Festival
Darnall Carnival
Tramlines
August
Concord Park Fun Day
Sheffield Fayre
The Super Summer Family Fun Fair
September
Hearts Trans Peak Team Challenge
The 4th Annual 'Art in the Gardens'
October
Halloween Spooktacular
November
Sheffield Folk Festival
Sheffield International Documentary Festival
December
Christmas Concert
Handsworth Longsword Dancers
Santa, Elves and Sleigh Bells
Sheffield Chase the Pud
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Sheffield Park Hotel

Sheffield Park Hotel

The Sheffield Park Hotel is stylish, chic and contemporary, offering an ideal base for exploring the Peak District, Chatsworth House and Meadowhall shopping centre. All bedrooms are well appointed and spacious offering tea and coffee ... More | visit website

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Jurys Inn Sheffield

Jurys Inn Sheffield

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Located in the heart of Sheffield, Jurys Inn Sheffield is just a five-minute walk to the train station and a further two minutes to the bus station. Jurys Inn is ... More

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Holiday Inn Sheffield

Holiday Inn Sheffield

A Grade II listed building located in the city centre of Sheffield but at the end of a private drive. Four-star full service hotel offering a range of food and beverage outlets and a health ... More | visit website

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Norfolk Arms Hotel

Norfolk Arms Hotel

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This old coaching inn rests on the border with the Peak District National Park, just 5 miles from the centre of Sheffield. The Norfolk Arms Hotel dates from 1805, now ... More

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Whitley Hall Hotel

Whitley Hall Hotel

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Whitley Hall is an ivy-clad 16th century mansion that provides an elegant and romantic setting for any occasion. Relax in this historic and fashionable hotel and enjoy the tranquil grounds ... More

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Cutlers Hotel

Cutlers Hotel

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This recently refurbished hotel is ideally located in the heart of Sheffield and within easy reach of the M1, junction 33. The train station, which is only 2 stops away on ... More

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Red Lion Inn

Red Lion Inn

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Originally a farmhouse, The Red Lion Inn dates back to 1838. It is 8 miles (12.9 km) from Sheffield city centre and one mile (1.6 km) from junction 31 of the ... More

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The Psalter

The Psalter

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The Psalter is is situated in a quiet residential area of Sheffield within easy access of the City Centre, and transport links.It provides the perfect place to stay for business, ... More

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Park Inn Sheffield

Park Inn Sheffield

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The Hotel Bristol is a deluxe budget hotel, which offers contemporary style deluxe rooms, but at a budget price.Designed with the guest comfort in mind the rooms are spacious and ... More

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Wortley Hall

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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