En-Suite bedroom with single bed, suitable for one adult. Includes all bedding, wall mounted flat screen digital television, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, blackout curtains, work desk & chair, hairdryer and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
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From £42 per room per night
Set in extensive grounds and flanked by towering trees, the Georgian-style stone-built Brentwood Hotel has a distinct air of stateliness.
Located in an affluent area of Rotherham, this converted Grade II listed building lets you reach the many attractions of nearby Sheffield as easily as South Yorkshire’s most scenic countryside. The Peak District, Meadowhall shopping centre and the towns of Barnsley and Doncaster are also just a short drive away.
The Brentwood is a family-friendly hotel with an outdoor play area to keep the children entertained and there’s a Flaming Grill restaurant serving delicious meals throughout the day.
Cots are available at no extra charge.
Please note prices are subject to change and just a guide price.
A larger sized en-suite bedroom with double bed, suitable for two adults. Includes all bedding, wall mounted flat screen digital television, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, blackout curtains, work desk & chair, hairdryer and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
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