Holiday cottages Sheffield or Sheffield holiday apartments? – the city break with a twist
The city boasts not only an abundance of impressive architecture, but is also one of the greenest cities you're likely to find, with a higher tree to human ratio than in any other European city. Moreover, a lot of the city lies within the Peak District National Park, an area that highlights the best of British countryside, with undulating rolling hills, and characteristically green landscapes. A stay in Sheffield holiday cottages is undoubtedly the nicest way to experience the diversity of this city and its surrounding area. Stay in a self-catered accommodation in Sheffield and independently explore.
Simply too many things to do while staying in your splendacious Sheffield holiday cottages
Whether your looking for a break where you can indulge in the arts & culture, enjoy peaceful panoramic walks in the Peak District, or just need some retail therapy, Sheffield has something for you. New Moor Market and Medow Hall are essential for foodies and shopaholics, respectively. Sheffield is also home to several theatres. Also concerts are regularly held at Sheffield City Hall, an impressive building in its own right. Art-lovers have to visit the Millenium Gallery which has a number of interesting exhibits. The Kellham Island Museum chronicles Sheffield's fascinating industrial history. Culture vultures will love staying in Sheffield holiday apartments.
Out and about
There's no reason why you can't appreciate outdoor activities when the sun isn't shining (which, in Britain, is most of the time), but if you're put-off buy grey skies and rain, you can still appreciate nature indoors. Sheffield' Winterg Garden is the largest urban glass house in Europe, and hosts over 2, 000 species of different plants from around the world. Sheffield Botanical Gardens is also certainly worth a visit. Finally, Chatsworth House in nearby Derbyshire is a truly impressive 16th century stately-home and highlight of the Peak Districts. The house contains unique displays of pictures, sculptures and furniture, not to mention spectacular grounds. Your holiday cottage in Sheffield may not be quite as awe-inspiring as Chatsworth house, but you'll be grateful to be welcomed by a cosy sofa, where you can put your feet up and enjoy a typical British Real Ale at the end of a long day of activities. If you're looking to explore other areas of the Peak Districts, there are so many nice towns and villages worth visiting. Dronfield, just a 20 minute drive away from Sheffield, is a fabulous little village, with some superb walks all around. Matlock, 45 minutes away, is also an absolute gem.
What are the most popular accommodations in Sheffield?
The most in-demand accommodations in Sheffield are apartment rental and house rentals. With 75 offers in Sheffield, we always find the perfect accommodation for you.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Sheffield?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Sheffield starting at £47. On average, you will stay in a 84 m² (House rentals) or a 51 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Sheffield?
When travelling with your dog in Sheffield, cottage are recommended. These are the most common type of pet-friendly accommodations and cost an average of £166 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Sheffield ?
We have a great range of accommodations for groups in Sheffield. On average, the apartment rental has space for 4 guests.