We came to Sheffield for a 4 day stay and we are so happy we found Foxholes. With a newborn baby (7 weeks) a 6 year old and a 4 year old, hotels are a nightmare. Foxholes had everything we wanted at an amazing cost. Cottage 6 has a twin bedroom for the girls, a double for us that had enogh space for the travel cot and a kitchen living area that meant when the kids were in bed we had some space to ourselves (you won't get that in a hotel). The local area is fantastic and so picturesque, There is a park for the kids and stunning walks and is only a short distance to Hillsborogh shops and the city centre. The local pubs are really nice and the pub by Bradfield Church was amazing value with huge portions. The cottage has a fully equiped kitchen and we cooked in 2 nights and watched a DVD. We will definetly be back and are already looking for dates in Summer to come.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled on a quiet hillside in the Peak District overlooking Low Bradfield enjoying magnificent views across the Doomsday villages, Foxholes Farm was built in the 19th century and includes a Grade II listed castellated folly. The main courtyard has now been transformed into five peaceful holiday cottages sleeping from 2 to 23 people. We also offer a bespoke wedding venue for 15 very special marriage celebrations each year. ... more less
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