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Welcome to Mercure Sheffield Parkway

Address: Britannia Way, Catcliffe, Rotherham, S60 5BD

Hotel Description

By Car - Leave the M1 at junction 33. - Take the A630 exit off the roundabout towards Sheffield - Take the first exit off the A630 signed for Catcliffe - At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit. - Straight over the next mini roundabout - At the next roundabout take the second exit, the hotel is straight in front of you.

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Sheffield Airport - Airport

Sheffield Airport - Airport

Distance 0.6 miles (0.97 km)
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is convenient and popular for holidaymakers and business travellers. It is a treat to travel from this brand new terminal building. The runway at 2,741 metres, is able to handle Boeing 747 jumbo jets, which allows it to serve popular destinations in the US, Caribbean, Far East as well as Europe. It is convenient to the national motorway network, East Coast Main Line and has a catchment of 4 million people within a one hour drive time. Quality of the airfield infrastructure offers a wide range of aviation services for passengers, freight, manufacturing and maintenance services.

Rotherham United Football Club - Football Club

Rotherham United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.36 miles (3.78 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.

Sheffield Centre - Town Centre

Sheffield Centre - Town Centre

Distance 3.31 miles (5.29 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.

Sheffield United Football Club - Football Club

Sheffield United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.29 miles (6.87 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.