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Whitley Hall

PUBLISHED: 16:34 01 October 2016 | UPDATED: 15:38 13 October 2016

Whitley Hall Hotel

Whitley Hall Hotel

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Nestled in the rolling countryside of South Yorkshire, we invite you to relax in the elegant surroundings of our 16th century ivy-clad mansion. Unwind where the historic meets the fashionable and let our friendly and welcoming staff make your stay as memorable as possible.

With 32 en-suite bedrooms, all individually decorated to reflect the unique character of the building, your comfort is our priority. Why not treat yourself to one of our two four-poster bedrooms or the shameless luxury of one of our deluxe rooms with lake views.

Our guests often tell us that the jewel in the crown of a stay at Whitley Hall is the quality of our cuisine. Whether a simple bar menu, à la carte or table d’hôte the meals served are justifiably appreciated by those who recognise superbly cooked, exquisitely presented dishes delivering taste and flavour as well as value for money.

Tradition at Whitley Hall dictates that mouth watering aromas and delicate flavours be accompanied by the generous portions you would expect from Yorkshire hospitality. Sunday lunch at the hotel is very popular and we strongly recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment.

Whatever your tastes, be they exotic, vegetarian or traditional, our restaurant is renowned for a variety of menus designed to appeal to all. We also ensure that our internationally stocked wine cellars provide a beautiful accompaniment to all palates and budgets.

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Whitley Hall, Elliott Lane, Grenoside, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S35 8NR Telephone: 01142 245 4444

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