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Welcome to Premier Inn SheffieldBarnsley - M1 Jct 36

Address: Maple Road, Barnsley, S75 3DL

Hotel Description

Just over a mile from junction 36 of the M1 motorway, the hotel offers great value, with free parking, a buffet restaurant and spacious, comfortable and modern en suite rooms. The Premier Inn Sheffield/Barnsley has a convenient location with good access to the region's major roads. Sheffield is less than 10 miles away and Barnsley is less than 5.5 miles from the hotel. Some rooms can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children also get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. An all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast is available each morning and includes scrambled, fried, poached or boiled eggs, and pork or vegetarian sausages. There is also a wide continental selection. The on-site Taybarns buffet restaurant offers great-tasting food, freshly prepared in front of you. There is something for everyone available from the 34-metre-long food counter, all at one fixed price.

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Barnsley College - Barnsley - University

Barnsley College - Barnsley - University

Distance 4.47 miles (7.15 km)
If you want to train for a career, improve your current job prospects, qualify for university, or simply learn new skills, look no further than Barnsley College.

Most of our sites are within easy walking distance of each other and the town centre. Barnsley is also well-served by regular bus and train services, which means you will find it easy to get to us.

Barnsley Football Club - Football Club

Barnsley Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.6 miles (7.36 km)
Oakwell Stadium today is a far cry from the football ground graced the Grove Street site until the 1990's. Following the Hillborough Disaster in 1989 major football stadiums were forced to go all-seater. Work at Oakwell took place between 1992 and 1998. The result is a fantastic arena for both supporters at Oakwell, combining state-of-the-art stadium construction with excellent facilities. The South Stand was built prior to the 1995/6 season and replaced the original Pontefract Road End of Oakwell. At present it has a capacity of 4508 and is sponsored by Enterprise plc.

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club - Football Club

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club - Football Club

Distance 5.24 miles (8.38 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.

Rotherham United Football Club - Football Club

Rotherham United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 6.62 miles (10.6 km)
Club formed in 1870. On one side is the partly covered all seater Main Stand, which in common with the rest of the ground, has a number of supporting pillars. It is about 2/3rds of the length of the pitch and to one side, some strange looking executive boxes/administration offices have been erected. I say strange, as they look like a load of Portakabins that have been bolted together. The corner at this part of the ground is open and overlooked by a railway bridge. On my last visit, this had many supporters viewing the game for free. The other side, the Millmoor Lane Stand, has a mixture of covered and open seating.