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Aston Hall Hotel

Worksop Rd Aston
Sheffield
Yorkshire
S26 2EE
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Originally designed by the famous York architect, John Carr, and built in 1772 for the Lord Holderness, Secretary of State for the North. The structure of the Hall was continually being added to until 1825. The Hall reception area still houses the original mosaic floor. Our convenient location, just 1 mile from Junction 31 on the M1 near Sheffield makes the hotel ideally situated for business and leisure visitors to the area. Close to the Peak District with its scenic walks and breathtaking views is Chatsworth House and Park, Haddon Hall, the lovely market town of Bakewell, Castleton with its Blue John mines and Peveril Castle. Meadowhall Shopping Centre, which is open until late each night, and the recently commended Magna complex at Rotherham, are all minutes away from Aston Hall. Sherwood Forest is another place of interest along with Rufford, which is also set in the heart of Robin Hood Country. Rufford was once one of the great private estates in Sherwood Forrest and it includes a country park with large areas of woodland and parkland with footpaths throughout along with its country house and craft centre. Other places of interest include Centertainment which houses a multi screen cinema complex, along with a bowling alley, restaurants and night club; the Lyceum and Crucible Theatres, Ponds Forge, Don Valley Stadium and the football grounds of Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United.

Accommodation
Rooms: 20

Facilities
Free car park

Prices per Person unless specified
Rooms from £50.15

Weddings and Conferences
Yes

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