The Norfolk Arms

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

2 Ringinglow Village
S11 7TS

The Norfolk Arms, Sheffield

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The Norfolk Arms is located right on the edge of the Peak District offering easy access to endless countryside and attractions such as Chatsworth House Bakewell and Castleton. Sheffield city centre is only three miles in the other direction making us ideal for business trips and weekend breaks. The nineteenth century coaching inn has been recently re-developed and now boasts 13 comfortable en-suite rooms.

All of the rooms have a flatscreen television tea and coffee facilities and the 10 rooms in the main building have free wi-fi access. Our bar and restaurant offer a range of cask ales draught lagers wines and spirits as well as an extensive menu of home-cooked food pub favourites and daily specials.We have a large free carpark for guests as well as disabled parking facilities.

 4 star rating

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