A stunning ivy-clad mansion nestled in picturesque grounds, Whitley Hall Hotel is a romantic and elegant escape for any occasion. This historic 16th century manor is surrounded by a tranquil estate blessed with fine mature oak trees, two lakes and graced by peacocks, Canadian geese, mallards and more…
Legend has it that the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots, cousin of Elizabeth I, once stayed here while in the custody of the Earl of Shrewsbury. Whatever the legend, you’re now free to enjoy this beautiful piece of history from Whitley Hall’s 31 graceful, stylish and refurbished en suite bedrooms. For something really special, take in autumn’s beautiful palette of colours or spring’s cornucopia of aromas from the four deluxe bedrooms of the newly-opened Parker wing, complete with Juliet balconies and soothing lake vistas.
Cuisine at the Whitley Hall is truly outstanding – a truly wonderful blend of delicate flavours, exquisite presentation and generous portions, accompanied by an extensive selection of fine wines from around the world. The surrounding area is ideal for a relaxing getaway. Take in the history of Sheffield Castle and the nearby village of Ecclesfield – mentioned in the Domesday Book – or miles and miles of Yorkshire’s wide open spaces.
North of England