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Welcome to Barnfield House

Address: Loxley Road, Loxley, Sheffield, S6 6RW

Telephone: 0114 233 6365 0114 233 6365

Hotel Description

Barnfield House is ideally positioned, enjoying a peaceful location that is convenient for both Sheffield’s many visitor attractions and also the beauty of the National Peak Park. So, whether it’s vibrant city-life or peaceful country-life that you love – you can treat yourself to the best of both worlds with a stay at our luxury guest accommodation. Business and leisure guests alike are warmly welcomed and it is our aim to provide the high levels of service, cleanliness, attention to detail and hospitality that lead to our guests returning again and again. We look forward to welcoming you to Barnfield House soon. Your Hosts, Helen and Michael Rogers.

Our Facilities

  • Free Parking
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Family Rooms
  • Wifi Available
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • City Breaks
  • Country Retreat

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Attractions - Barnfield House

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club - Football Club

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.99 miles (3.19 km)
Although the ground has not had the level of new investment some other clubs have recently received, it is still a beautiful ground oozing character. It has four large separate two tiered stands, which are all covered. The South Stand on one side of the ground is the largest of the stands and is superb looking. Unfortunately, only one corner of the ground is filled (see picture below), between the West and North Stands. This area is uncovered. In the other corner is a small electric scoreboard. Outside the ground near the main entrance is a memorial to the 96 fans who died at Hillsborough in 1989, at the FA Cup Semi Final between Liverpool & Nottingham Forest. The memorial is normally covered in flowers left by those who wished to pay their respects.

Sheffield United Football Club - Football Club

Sheffield United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.18 miles (6.68 km)
Bramall Lane has to me been one of the most underated grounds in the country. The construction of three large new stands, plus the filling in of two corners, makes it one of the best in the first division. Both sides of the ground are large single tiered stands, as is the Kop at one end. The only disappointment with the latter is two large supporting pillars. Opposite is the Bramall Lane Stand, the oldest present and where the away fans are housed. This stand is two tiered and looks odd as it has two large supporting pillars in the upper tier. It also has an electric scoreboard, perched between the two tiers. Probably the smartest looking stand is the HFS Loans Stand at one side of the pitch.

Sheffield Centre - Town Centre

Sheffield Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.2 miles (6.72 km)
Sheffields reputation was originally built on the production of high quality steel and cutlery. Now many people think of it as the place that gave us The Full Monty. In recent years this gritty industrial city has been transforming itself into a centre for commerce and the cultural industries with its National Centre for Popular Music and its International Festival of Documentary Films. Sports havent been overlooked either. It recently hosted the World Student Games aims to become Britains City of Sport with world-beating facilities like the swimming complex at Pond's Forge and the Ski Village - Europes largest artificial ski resort.

Abbeydale Golf Club - Sheffield - Golf

Abbeydale Golf Club - Sheffield - Golf

Distance 5.92 miles (9.48 km)
Since being formed in the mid-1890's, everyone associated with the Abbeydale can rightly feel proud of the outstanding club we have today. Recognised as one of the districts finest, the course was designed by the famous architect Herbert Fowler, also renowned for other such designs as Walton Heath and The Berkshire. Set in 111 acres of the beautiful Beauchief Estate it provides an absorbing challenge for golfers of all handicaps and retains some of the best views of the Derbyshire country side to be seen anywhere from Sheffield. With advice from all of our fully trained and helpful staff, Abbeydale can offer you a complete range of Clubs, Clothing and accessories, for whatever budget you are working towards.