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Book 21 days ahead and stay with us from only £25.50 per person based on two sharing on Sundays only.
Enjoy a two night break for 2 for £198 with dinner, breakfast, afternoon tea and tickets to Chatsworth.
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Book a room at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sheffield Park, where a friendly member of staff is waiting to welcome you with a complimentary freshly-baked chocolate-chip cookie. Everything you need for a comfortable stay is available at the hotel, including air conditioning, free parking, high-speed internet access and an award-winning restaurant.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sheffield Park is located in a quiet, leafy suburb with easy access to Sheffield, Chesterfield, the Peak District, and all six junctions of the M1. Take advantage of the hotel business center, video conferencing facilities, and choice of 11 meeting and event rooms.
Each guestroom offers a 37-inch LCD TV, well-lit work desk, and a laptop safe. Choose a room with a beautiful view of the landscaped gardens and relax in a luxurious plush-top bed. Upgrade to a Suite or Executive Room and enjoy increased living space, fresh fruit and milk, and a complimentary newspaper every morning. Exercise in the 24-hour fitness center with an indoor pool and sauna, or luxuriate in the whirlpool.
Take advantage of the hotel’s superb location and explore attractions in Sheffield, Yorkshire, and the Peak District. Attend a concert at Sheffield Arena, or visit the hilltop village of The Heights of Abraham. The village is situated at the peak of Masson Hill and is accessed by Britain’s first cable car. Discover the beautiful Peak District, a scenic area of rolling countryside, mountains, rivers and forests. Explore Chatsworth House, a venerable stately house that serves as the seat of the Duke of Devonshire. The house contains a unique collection of neoclassical sculptures, Old Master drawings, and antique furniture, and was used as Mr. Darcy’s home in the 2005 film adaption of Pride and Prejudice. Spend a day in Meadowhall Shopping Centre, a large mall that houses more than 280 stores. The centre’s Oasis Dining Quarter contains a combination of fast-food outlets and restaurants, and an eleven-screen Vue multiplex cinema.