Wortley Cottage

Guest Accommodation in Wortley, Yorkshire

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S35 7DB

Wortley Cottage, Wortley

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Originally a 19th Century farmhouse Wortley Cottage Guest House is in the centre of the small historic South Yorkshire village of Wortley. It is next door to the Post Office village shop cafe and the Wortley Arms which has an excellent reputation for fine dining.Since the B and B changed hands in June 2009 the current owners have worked hard to refurbish and update the Guest rooms to a pleasant and comfortable standard. The three guest rooms (1 twin and 2 double) have ensuite facilities TV and radio and a hospitality tray.

A tasty full-English breakfast using locally sourced produce is included in the tariff.Ideal for the business traveller being only 4 miles from M1 J35aJ36. A peaceful overnight retreat with the Wortley Arms pub serving evening meals 50 yards away. There is plenty of parking available.Whether you are attending a wedding party family celebration or visiting friends you are assured of helpful service.

Cyclists walkers horseriders and climbers are all very welcome - even damp and muddy ones! Secure storage and drying facilities are available. There are plenty of walks and rides from our front door for all abilities. The Pennine Trail and Timberland Trail pass through Wortley.For those interested in the Sheffield Carol tradition we are conveniently located for Grenoside Oughtibridge and Worrall.Easy access to the M1 J35aJ36 Sheffield (8 miles) Barnsley (6 miles) and Meadowhall (5 miles).

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