Loadbrook Farm is an 18th century farmhouse nestling on the edge of the beautiful Peak Park on the west side of Sheffield, but is within easy access of the city centre which is only 20 minutes drive away. With a stream running through the garden, guests are guaranteed a peaceful and tranquil stay in a rural setting. Loadbrook Farm is conveniently situated for the Peak Park and all its attractions, including Chatsworth House and the Derwent Valley. It is also very close to Sheffield and its amenities, including the Universities, Ponds Forge and the Theatres.
No longer a working farm, the property has been carefully renovated over the past 10 years, retaining much of its original character and charm, with livestock grazing in the nearby fields. A cottage garden has been created to provide a relaxed outdoor seating area for guests, and there is ample parking within the farm yard.
The guest bedrooms are spacious and have been decorated sympathetically, retaining their original beams and high ceilings. The private accommodation comprises a choice of double or twin bedrooms with private bathroom. All rooms have TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. Phone and broadband internet facilities are available on request.
PLACES TO EAT There are a wide variety of good local pubs and restaurants nearby, and the local pub in the village of Dungworth is half a mile away.
Single Rooms available from £35.00 - £40.00 B&B. Double Rooms available from £60.00 - £65.00 B&B.
Leave the M1 at J33 and go into the centre of Sheffield. From the centre, initially take A61N and then A57 (Glossop). The last buildings as you leave Sheffield on the A57 are the Bell Hagg pub and, opposite, the Valleyside Garden Centre.About Â¾ mile later, take the 1st right (Rails Road). Go straight across at the cross-roads and continue up Rails Road until you enter Stannington. Immediately after the Stannington road sign, turn left into Reynard Lane.At the T junction at the top of Reynard Lane, turn left (Upper Gate Road). Follow this road for approx 1½ miles and take the 1st right turn (signposted Load Brook). Go to the bottom of the hill, and Loadbrook Farm is on the right hand side. There is a sign on the gate.