Leopold Square 

leopoldsquare.com | Leopold Square

Once you are in Leopold Square you will feel a million miles away from the busy city centre streets with its magnificent collection of Grade 2 buildings that once housed Sheffield Boys School. The Leopold Square has had an extensive makeover to provide it as an exciting destination with top quality bars and restaurants which offers a range of fantastic food and drink.

With a good Spanish feel to the area with its water features and benches, a nice welcome awaits you. You can enjoy the view of the square from our Leopold Terrace

Sheffield Cathedral

sheffieldcathedral.org | Church Street

This is one of Sheffield’s oldest buildings and is situated in the heart of this great city. Stones from a Norman Church can be seen in the east wall. Tudor monuments which include Mary Queen of Scots during her fourteen years of imprisonment in Sheffield are located in the chapel. Every window in this chapel has a story to tell.

Hallamshire Golf Club

hallamshiregolfclub.co.uk | Sandygate

This golf course provides both a challenge for the avid golfer as well a fantastic day out for those of lower levels. Whilst playing around you can enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding Yorkshire landscape. What makes our hotel the number one choice of accommodation when playing this course is the short 15-minute drive it takes from our superb city centre location.

Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

theatresonline.com | Tudor Square

A five-minute walk from the hotel. The Lyceum Theatre is a 1068 seat theatre in the city of Sheffield, England. Built in 1897 the Lyceum is the only surviving theatre outside of London and the last example of an Edwardian auditorium in Sheffield.

Crucible Theatre

sheffieldtheatres.com | Norfolk Street

Just a five minute walk from the Hotel the theatre was built in 1971. As well as theatrical performances it hosts the most prestigious event in professional snooker the World Championships. This has been played here since 1977. It also hosts table tennis and squash world championships.

Ponds Forge International Sports Centre

sivltd.com | Sheaf Street

Ponds Forge International Sports Centre is a leisure complex that contains an Olympic sized swimming pool with seating for 2,600 spectators, family and kids pools, water slides and other sports facilities.


meadowhall.com | Sheffield

When it comes to Meadowhall, it covers 1.5 million square feet of floor space and inhabits 280 stores from top independent and international brands that attracts 25 million visitors per year.

Sheffield Arena/Fly DSA

flydsaarena.co.uk| Broughton Lane

The Sheffield Arena is situated near the city centre. It is used for big name concerts and sporting events. It is home to the Sheffield Steelers Ice Hockey Club.

The Winter Garden

sheffieldgovuk.com | Surrey Street

One of the largest temperate glasshouses to be built in the UK during the last 100 years. This is a stunning green world in the heart of the city. There are more than 2500 plants from around the world creating an excellent display. The building itself is 70 metres long and 22 metres high. It also offers a welcome stop for coffee and light refreshments.

Shopping ‘golden mile’ Ecclesall Road

yorkshire.com | Ecclesall Road

Known as Sheffield’s “Golden Mile” Ecclesall Road has nearly 400 businesses in a 1 and a half stretch from the City Centre to suburban Banner Cross. There is a fantastic mix of independent shops and high street names. Great for a fun day out.

Millennium Gallery Sheffield

museumssheffield.com | Arundal Gate

The Millennium Gallery is an art gallery and museum which was opened in 2001. It is just five minutes from the Hotel and it has two permanent collections, two temporary exhibition spaces, space for corporate events and weddings, and a café and a shop.

Chatsworth House

chatsworth.org | Derbyshire

Renowned for the quality of its art, landscape and hospitality, Chatsworth House has evolved throughout the centuries to reflect the tastes, passions and interests of succeeding generations. The House contains works of art spanning back 4,000 years, from ancient Roman and Egyptian sculpture, and masterpieces by Rembrandt, Reynolds and Veronese, to work by outstanding modern artists, including Lucian Freud, Edmund de Waal and David Nash. You may also explore over 25 rooms, from the magnificent Painted Hall, regal State Rooms, restored Sketch Galleries and beautiful Sculpture Gallery. Finish your trip with a tasty bite or afternoon tea in the Stables or some shopping in the Orangery shop!