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|Distance to city centre||7,5 km|
|"Staff friendly, beds comfy, food excellent."||(in 158 reviews)|
|"Staff very friendly and food excellent."||(in 284 reviews)|
|"Very large room and comfortable bed."||(in 106 reviews)|
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|bit patchy||in 5 reviews|
|evening meal||in 18 reviews|
|food was good||in 199 reviews|
|great room||in 161 reviews|
|great views||in 35 reviews|
|hill in the country||in 4 reviews|
|local walks||in 6 reviews|
|lovely location||in 130 reviews|
|peak district||in 38 reviews|
|range of ales||in 11 reviews|
|room and bath||in 27 reviews|
|stable block||in 8 reviews|
|staff were very friendly||in 339 reviews|
|steak and ale||in 10 reviews|
|traditional pub||in 33 reviews|
|value for money||in 65 reviews|
Our second visit here and once again it did not disappoint. The staff are always warm friendly and professional a real asset to the Hotel,
Very little. I suppose the heating worked OK. It was warm in the room, even with the radiator turned down and the window open. The white bedding and towels seemed clean, but note my comment about the bleach smell... Another wash after the bleaching might be a good idea, so they smelled more fresh.
Arrived in the evening, as Storm Ciara was starting. No fire lit in the bar, which was full of customers who turned to stare as I walked in... I don't think that was just for me, but they probably do this to every stranger... I found reception (not obvious, or signposted,) where a young boy stood, and an older man sat behind, on a computer, older man didn't acknowledge me at all. Boy said I was in Room 13...an outside room round the back of main pub... Needed to walk along the roadside to get from the pub to the room. I asked for a room inside... I was a woman staying on my own, would feel much safer within the main part of the building, and fancied a cosy night inside, eating at the bar and enjoying the fire... Although rooms inside the pub were available, the staff were reluctant for me to have one. The older man, who had ignored this conversation so far, when asked by the boy, said "only twins" were free. I said I didn't mind, but he said "well, go and look at 13... If you really want to change, you can come back," I felt as if that would be a huge imposition. Neither man was welcoming or accommodating. I was not offered breakfast when I checked in, nor on checking out in the morning. The boy said he would take me to my outside room, and that we could go two ways: upstairs then back down again to a back door, , or through the bar and round the outside... He decided to take me through the bar, "so you don't have to lug your bags up and down stairs, "... At which, the young lad set off, arms swinging, whilst I walked behind, dragging my luggage. We went through the bar, outside into the rain and wind onto the roadside, walked along the pavement by the main road, round the back of the building, down a dark alleyway into a small courtyard behind the pub. Old furniture was stacked in front of doorways.. The room was in a converted stable block, one of 3 or 4, with the pub kitchen doorway and beer cellar nearby.
The location. Staff were friendly
I didn't like sitting in the reception area for my dinner, surrounded by coats, phone calls and no other people. They moved us but to a coffee table and 2 leather chairs which would have been difficult to eat at. Also the food wasn't nice.
Excellent location for us, with great views
Got bill wrong and tried to charge me for the ammount I'd already paid booking. Com and a beer I didn't have.
This hotel is set in the stunning Mayfield Valley amid picturesque countryside on the edge of the Peak District. The Norfolk Arms is a recently renovated, historic Grade II-listed coaching inn. It offers fantastic views, a restaurant and bar, meeting rooms and conference facilities. The hotel is an excellent base from which to explore the Peak District National Park or Sheffield city centre.
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Things to know
- Friendly atmosphere
- Great menu
- Friendly service
- Good alcoholic drinks
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Norfolk Arms Hotel
Where is Norfolk Arms Hotel located?
Norfolk Arms Hotel is located at 2 Ringinglow Village, 7,5 km from the centre of Sheffield. Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet is the closest landmark to Norfolk Arms Hotel.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Norfolk Arms Hotel?
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Norfolk Arms Hotel.
Does Norfolk Arms Hotel offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Norfolk Arms Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Norfolk Arms Hotel offer free parking?
Yes, Norfolk Arms Hotel offers free parking.
Does Norfolk Arms Hotel offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Norfolk Arms Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Norfolk Arms Hotel from the airport?
Norfolk Arms Hotel is 39,4 km from Doncaster Sheffield. Norfolk Arms Hotel is 47,1 km from Manchester.
Does Norfolk Arms Hotel have a pool?
No, Norfolk Arms Hotel does not have a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet 3,9 km
- Endcliffe Park 4,2 km
- Beauchief Abbey 4,6 km
- Sheffield Botanical Gardens 5 km
- Weston Park Museum 5,9 km
- Bramall Lane 6,6 km
|Doncaster Sheffield||39,4 km|
|Sheffield Dore & Totley||4,1 km|
|Hope Valley Hathersage||6,4 km|