Aston Hall Hotel
Aston Hall is a comfortable luxury hotel, set in 55 acres of gardens and meadowland, but literally just a few minutes away from the M1, and on the doorstep of the beautiful Peak District. The house was originally designed by the famous architect, John Carr, and built in 1772 for Lord Holderness, Secreatary of State for the North. It was once visited by the two, Lord Byrons Father and son, the latter of which was the famous romantic poet. With romance in the air, the hotel is not only ideal for leisure and business guests, but is also a stunning location for weddings and conferences. With 16 bedrooms including two special suites and a Penthouse, a modern restaurant serving excellent British Cuisine,a banqueting suite seating upto 325 guests, and a peace and tranquility on your doorstep, this beautiful hotel marries the historic elegance with contemporary facilities demanded by todays discerning guest. Rich in history and nestling within its own landscaped gardens the mansion was originally designed by the famous York architect, John Carr, and built in 1772 for the Lord Holderness, Secretary of State for the North. The structure of the Hall was continually being added to until 1825. The Hall reception area still houses the original mosaic floor. Convenient location, just 1 mile from Junction 31 on the M1 near Sheffield makes the hotel ideally situated for business and leisure visitors to the area.
Worksop Road Aston Sheffield South Yorkshire S26 2EE United Kingdom
From M1 take Junction 31, follow signs for A57 Sheffield, turn right into Worksop Road. Aston Hall is on the left.
Free of charge car parking for up to 180 cars.
Children aged 12 and under stay free in a room with paying adults.