This beautiful, ivy-clad stone building is hugged on all sides by 20 acres of land comprising two glossy lakes and manicured lawns, where peacocks roam freely. This 16th century manor house invites you to relax into a much slower pace. As you approach Whitley Hall Hotel, the pretty exterior and gardens emulate a scene of quintessential England.
Behind the striking façade hides an incredible history dating back to the 1500s when Whitley Hall was acquired as a launderhouse. There are echoes of its fascinating past that can be seen in many of the hotel’s original features such as the magnificent ceiling in the Picture Room which was commissioned by Mary Queen of Scots.
The hotel successfully marries its traditional style and Tudor architecture with contemporary furnishings and facilities, creating a uniquely fashionable place to stay. As well as boasting elegant and individually designed rooms, the service at Whitley Hall ensures you are well looked after. Some of the bedrooms have their own romantic Juliet balcony, where you can gaze out onto tranquil views of the lake.
Throughout the hotel there are lots of little nooks and crannies to discover, including the charming Priest’s Hole, where a crackling fire and cosy seating area is the perfect place to relax with friends.
Located close to Sheffield, with access to several major motorways, Whitley Hall is a perfect base for visiting the Peak District National Park.
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