Padley Farm provides bed and breakfast accommodation in recently converted farm buildings located in the peace and tranquility of the village of Dungworth yet with easy access to the vibrant city of Sheffield. The buildings have been lovingly restored and retain much of their original charm and character, including exposed oak beams. Each room is designed for the comfort of all visitors and are perfect to relax in after spending a busy day exploring the wonderful attractions and activities in Sheffield and further into Yorkshire.
There are seating areas available outside from where you can enjoy the garden area and the scenery beyond. We have ample car parking to ensure easy access to the building.
Padley Farm B&B is just a ten minutes drive from Sheffield centre, there is also a regular bus service. If you want to stay local and enjoy the countryside we are very close to Peak Park.
We have two ground floor rooms suitable for those guests with limited mobility, one of which has sufficient floor space to manoeuvre a wheelchair.
We also have two first floor family rooms each of which include a king size double and two single beds.
Boasting panoramic views, all rooms have underfloor heating, en-suite shower rooms with under floor heating, in addition to TV/DVD player and a hostess tray for your pleasure.
When you stay at our farm accommodation in Yorkshire you can be guaranteed a hearty breakfast to start your day. Served in our spacious dining room and with lighter alternatives or vegetarian options.
We have a full size snooker table for our snooker playing guests.
We offer a friendly service and have lots of local knowledge and information on nearby attractions to help make you stay as enjoyable as we can.
Please note that all indoor areas are non smoking for the comfort of all of our guests.
Please give us a call for latest availability. Family rooms include a double bed and either 1 or 2 single beds, cots available.
Located just a short journey from the small village of Dungworth, Padley Farm Bed and Breakfast is ideally located for guests to explore the beautiful county of Yorkshire. Visitors can spend their time walking through the unspoilt area of the countryside and enjoy the picturesque views stretching across the vast open expanse of the rolling hills and fields.
Only 10 minutes away is the city of Sheffield where guests can visit the many museums and galleries or take in a show at one of the many theatres. There are plenty of chances to indulge in a bit of retail therapy within the city centre or one of Europe's largest shopping malls, Meadow Hall. After a great day enjoy hearty Yorkshire fayre served in the many fantastic restaurants and a quiet drink in the many bars and pubs.
From Motorway M1 South Exit the M1 motorway at Junction 33. Junction 33 will lead you to the A630 dual carriageway, "Parkway" heading towards the town centre. Follow the "Ring Road A61 Barnsley - West end hospitals" this will bypass the town centre, as the sign is small as soon as you see the speed camera get into the right hand lane and take the next right turn. This road is not yet recognised by your Satellite navigation. A61 (there are markings on the road. ) Remain on this ring road until you see McDonalds on your left Turn left after b&q onto Bradfield Road. North Exit M1Junction 36 taking the sign to Sheffield A61. You will pass Sheffield Wednesday Football ground on your right turn, and you will need to take the next right turn. Follow the signpost for Loxley A6101, and then to Bradfield. Loxley and Bradfield will be signposted throughout the following directions:- From the A6101 go through Hillsborough traffic lights straight on to Malin Bridge (still A61) which is a one-way system. Take the third exit into Loxley Road (B6077 ) and then you will start to enjoy the countryside as you continue along Loxley Road for 2.5 miles. Once you have passed the Nags Head Inn on your left you need to bear left at the y junction at Dam flask reservoir. Take the next road to the left (Briers House Lane B6076) and then the next left into Dungworth Green. Padley Farm is to the left, opposite the Dungworth school. Please note there are two farms opposite the school, Padley Farm has an AA and Farm stay sign on the gate stoops.