The Sitwell Arms Hotel

The Sitwell Arms Hotel
39, Station Road, Sheffield, Derbyshire, S21 3WF
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The original part to this attractive stone built hotel dates back to the 18th century when it was a famous coaching inn. Over the years The Sitwell Arms Hotel has been tastefully extended and provides a wide range of services including, accommodation, conference & meeting facilities, wedding receptions & civil ceremonies, a restaurant with modern British dining and a public lounge bar. The more recent development, the Mind & Body extension provides hair & beauty and health & fitness facilities and offers the final touch to any business or leisure experience. The Sitwell Arms Hotel has gained its excellent reputation by providing quality standards at affordable prices. Being privately owned the hotel ensures all its guests receive the personal touch , by offering a friendly, professional service. The Sitwell Arms Hotel is less than one mile from J30 off the M1 motorway and is near both Sheffield and Chesterfield train stations, making an ideal location for both business and pleasure. Set in six acres of beautiful gardens and with over 100 free off road secure car parking spaces, the hotel is ideal for large group gatherings. The surroundings and gardens of this Sheffield and Chesterfield based hotel puts an emphasis on its countryside location and it s Derbyshire and Peak District connections. What ever your reason for visiting The Sitwell Arms Hotel your experience will truly be one to remember.

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Events at this venue

Richard Knight

Psychic night with Richard Knight.

Sun 1 Oct

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1. SRP27 Nov 2015, 9:35pm Report

I was just about to book in at your establishment for a weekend of R & R, however after reading that not only did you allow Britain First to hold their conference at your venue this year - and advice them that they were also more than welcome to do so next year, I shall take my business elsewhere.
As the age old saying goes, "Lay down with dogs, wake up with fleas ..."

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