Also known as the Steel City, Sheffield rose to prominence during the Industrial Revolution when it became one of the greatest producers of steel; making it renowned as an industrial city. However, there is so much more to Sheffield with it boasting 3 theatres that makes it the largest theatre complex outside of London's West End and a strong natural landscape which is the result of a third of Sheffield being located in the Peak District National Park. 

This divide between the industrial and the green is reflected in that many a museum, such as the Kelham Island Museum, chart Sheffield's strong industrial roots, whereas Sheffield Botanical Gardens as well as Europe's largest urban glass house, show how there is a much softer beauty and tranquility to be appreciated too. 

However, entertainment is plentiful in Sheffield too with some of the biggest names in showbiz performing at Sheffield City Hall and there is much retail and eating therapy to be found between New Moor Market and Meadowhall. Therefore, whatever your motives are for coming to this booming historic city, we will provide the best in accommodation for you.