Houseboat Hotels

A Hotel boat in Sheffield, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Victoria Quays, Wharf Street
Sheffield
Yorkshire
England
S2 5SY

Houseboat Hotels, Sheffield

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Accommodation Description:


A new concept in accommodation - award winning static houseboats Ruby, Lily May and Mallard offer apartment style accommodation permanently moored in Sheffield's unique waterfront location... Victoria Quays.

All three Houseboats are moored in Sheffield's stunning Victoria Quays. We have three boats with en-suite bathrooms, shower, toilets, hand basins, constant hot water and fully equipped kitchens for self catering. Lily May is 50ft long and has a fixed double bedroom and a fixed double berth - both have hatches to look out and watch the nights reflections dance on the water.

Ruby is 40ft long and has a fixed double bedroom with hatches opening onto the front deck. Doors from the lounge open on to a spacious aft deck with seating for you to relax in the open air. If you are a business traveller weary of the usual four hotel walls and would like a unique and relaxing stay in a central yet peaceful location, try us.

You will be welcomed aboard with all the comforts of home. Our boats are bright, modern and well designed with natural woods and colourful textiles, In winter months the warmth of a wood burning stove and radiators create a warm cosy atmosphere. Living quarters have dining area, lounge with television, video and digital radio/micro hi-fi's.

3 star rating

From: £55.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Refrigerator
Pets allowed
Non-smoking
Ironing board
Iron
Hairdryer
Freeview
Fireplace
DVD player
Colour television
CD player
Adjoining rooms

Amenities
Steam room
Sauna
Room service
Pool
Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Beauty/Spa facilities
BBQ/Picnic area

Parking
On-site parking
Long-term parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
All our boats are equipped with self catering facilities, with all the utensils and crockery expected in a kitchen.Ruby has a gas hob, grill and microwave plus fridge with small freezer compartment. Lily May has an oven, gas hob and grill plus a microwave and fridge, with small freezer compartment. Mallard has a free standing full cooker with grill plus microwave and fridge and freezer compartment.

Meals
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
All pets

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Eyam Museum - 10.1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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