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Situated just 8 miles from Sheffield City centre and only one mile from Junction 31 off the M1.
Traditional Country Pub
Hotel pub with Real Ale
10 comfortable en suite bedrooms. All rooms have TV, telephone, hairdryer, iron/ironing board and tea/coffee making facilities.
Free Wifi is available throughout the building. Travel cots and Z-beds are also available on request.
Traditional English Inn
10 En-suite Rooms
31 en-suite rooms with direct dial telephone, TV, hospitality trays and hairdryer.
Function Room Hire
Real Ale Pub Hotel
14 en-suite rooms available. All with tea & coffee making facility, hairdryer, TV.
Feature Room with plasma screens.
31 en-suite rooms available including 2 feature rooms. WIFI is not free and is chargeable. Close to Cambrisge 20 minutes. Rooms start from 80 a night includes breakfast.
Country Pub Hotel
Real Ale Hotel
The history of Old English Inns goes back to the Roman era, when the first taverns were established along the Roman roads. These taverns provided food and drink to travelers, and they also served as meeting places for local people.
In the Middle Ages, inns became more common, and they played an important role in the development of trade and commerce. Inns provided travelers with a place to stay and rest, and they also offered a variety of services, such as banking and horse-swapping.
Inns continued to be important in the 17th and 18th centuries, and they became popular meeting places for people of all social classes. Inns were also used as polling stations during elections, and they were often the scene of political debates.
In the 19th century, inns began to decline in popularity, as people began to travel more by train and other forms of public transportation. However, inns still played an important role in the lives of many people, and they were often the center of community life.
In the 20th century, inns began to make a comeback, as people rediscovered their charm and character. Today, inns are popular tourist destinations, and they offer a unique glimpse into the history and culture of England.
Here are some of the oldest inns in England: