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Sheffield Minibus

Minibus and coach hire Sheffield is your premier source for group transport across town or across the country. We provide an enjoyable and safe travel experience for large and small groups with the help of our professional drivers, knowledgeable administrative staff and late-model vehicles. Minibus and coach hire Sheffield has a wide selection of vehicles to match your event and desired level of comfort.

About Sheffield

The town of Sheffield was founded in the 8th century, but it was only during the late 19th century that it was officially recognised as a city. Located in South Yorkshire, Sheffield was named for the River Sheaf, which runs through it. Besides this scenic natural resource, the city is blessed with abundant woodlands and green spaces. In fact, a good portion of Sheffield’s land is located within the nation’s famed Peak District National Park. The Peak District is mentioned as a setting in classic Victorian-era fiction as well as more modern documentaries for its beautiful walking paths and hiking trails.

Sheffield continues to undergo revitalisation in order to keep itself edgy, vibrant and relevant to long-time residents, new arrivals and visitors. For instance, the city has developed its infrastructure to attract technology-based businesses as well as sports-oriented organisations. As a result, Sheffield has been called one of the best cities in the UK for businesses in recent years. Despite its abundance of historic architecture, the busy metropolis has a young, multicultural vibe due to its college student and immigrant populations. The city hosts numerous cultural attractions and entertainment venues. Sheffield’s relatively temperate climate, central location and easy access to the nation’s motorway system make it an ideal starting point for an exciting excursion with Minibus and coach hire Sheffield.

Things To Do in Sheffield

Sheffield, which is associated with Robin Hood of English folklore fame, is a place where medieval history buffs can let their imaginations run wild. The surrounding Peak District abounds in forested hills, flower-covered meadows, ancient castles and great manor houses. It is just the setting where one could almost expect to see a green-clad Robin Hood and band of Merry Men come traipsing down a wooded walking path. For these visitors, trips to the Rivelin Valley Nature Trail and the 11th-century Peveril Castle in nearby Derbyshire are a must. They’d probably also enjoy polishing their archery skills Robin Hood-style at Sheffield Combat Archery.

For those with tamer tastes, Sheffield offers a myriad of shopping opportunities at modern retailers, eclectic street markets and treasured antique stores. One can find popular retailers such as Burberry, Crabtree & Evelyn and Hugo Boss at Sheffield’s newly refurbished Meadowhall Shopping Centre. For those in the market for vintage art and furnishings, the Nichols Building, French Affairs and J&B Antiques and Collectibles are places to put on the itinerary.

Going to theatre shows is a favourite pastime of Sheffield’s residents and visitors. Concerts, plays and other productions are presented at venues such as the Crucible Theatre, Lyceum Theatre and Sheffield City Hall.

Restaurants in Sheffield

Many people from all over the world have chosen to relocate to Sheffield, and the city’s cosmopolitan credentials are reflected in its most popular restaurants. For modern takes on classic Italian cuisine, one can dine inside or al fresco at Marco at Milano’s. Expatriates from America, who crave American diner fare, can have cheeseburgers or fried chicken at the trendy Anchorage Bar in Sheffield. Kashmiri Aroma, which won recognition as Sheffield’s favourite Indian restaurant, features flavourfully spiced kormas, vegetarian dishes and stuffed lamb.

While the South Yorkshire city has embraced the dishes of many different cultures, British cuisine is still well represented in some of the city’s top-rated eateries. The Michelin rating system is internationally recognised as a guide to the world’s best restaurants. Milestone, Nonnas, the Old Vicarage and Rafters are the four Michelin-rated restaurants in Sheffield. Three dining establishments out of the listed four serve varying versions of classic British fare. According to the Michelin guide, the Old Vicarage has very good, classic British dishes. The restaurant is located in an ancient structure that used to be an actual vicarage. Rafters restaurant also is set within a traditionally styled building, but it serves modern British cuisine that is good by the Michelin guide’s standard. Milestone restaurant features reasonably priced, modern British cuisine that attempts to mix old and new in meal presentation.

Hotels in Sheffield

Sheffield is known for its friendly residents, and their hospitable attitudes naturally shine through in the city’s lodging industry. Visitors will find a wide range of comfortable accommodations that vary by price point and amenities. Here are some of the top three, four and five-star hotels that are close to Sheffield’s city centre.

Three-Star Hotels:

The Briary Hotel is an intimate bed and breakfast property that is housed within a lovely Victorian-era, stone manor house. The property is secluded, peaceful and surrounded by a lush English garden. The 10 guest rooms feature comfortable bedding and ensuite bathrooms. Friendly hosts and a cooked breakfast are included with each stay. The Briary is centrally located for easy access to all the attractions of the Peak District.

Houseboat Hotels is the go-to property for travellers who want familiar comforts in a totally unique venue. The docked houseboat is surprisingly roomy and sleeps six. It contains a galley kitchen, bathroom with hot showers and a patio deck for entertaining. Actual patrons note the property’s peaceful and quiet location. They also appreciate the attention to detail that the property’s manager used to stock the kitchen with cookware and tea. Chocolates on pillows also welcome arriving guests. The boat hotel is about a 10-minute walk to the Sheffield city centre.

Four-Star Hotels:

The Florentine hotel is located just under three miles from Sheffield’s city centre. The property consists of a tastefully decorated inn, a pub and a restaurant. Rooms include luxury amenities like premium sheets, upgraded toiletries and a welcome basket that contains local goodies. Rooms are spacious and contain ensuite bathrooms with tubs and showers.

Whitley Hall Hotel is a country house that consists of 32 ensuite rooms that are tastefully decorated in both traditional and contemporary styles. Many of the luxurious rooms have lake views. All rooms include premium toiletries, tea, an iron and ironing board, hairdryer, television and wireless internet.

Five-Star Hotel:

For a true five-star hotel experience, visitors usually travel a bit across city limits to Derbyshire’s Samuel Fox Country Inn. The hotel specialises in comfortable, luxury rooms and really good food. Rooms include large-screen television sets, wireless internet, tea and a welcome tray that has fresh fruit and chocolates. Its onsite restaurant is Michelin-rated and regionally famous. The inn is located just a little over 12 miles from Sheffield’s city centre.

Attractions in Sheffield

Sheffield’s distinctive location near the Peak District and its residents’ love for culture and the arts help to ensure that nearly everyone can find an activity that they enjoy. Here are some of the city’s top attractions.

– Heeley City Farm

– Sheffield Botanical Gardens

– Graves City Park

– Kelham Island Museum

– Graves Art Gallery

– Weston Park Museum

Getting to any of these venues is effortless with minibus and coach hire Sheffield.