The Kenwood Hall Hotel Sheffield is beautifully nestled amid tree-lined streets within the attractive south-west section of the city and yet remains just a mile from its centre. On approach, where the roads converge to meet, your eye is immediately drawn to the imposing archway which is the entrance way to the estate. The property itself dates back to 1845 but was first converted into a hotel in 1924. Having undergone countless renovations and additions during its history, the Kenwood Hall Hotel Sheffield has no clearly defined architectural design, but its peaceful location, picturesque grounds combine to offer a relaxing and tranquil place to spend time.
With 12 acres of parkland and landscaped gardens there’s plenty of space to simply wander and lose yourself or maybe most endearing, simply sit lakeside. And from the Tempus Restaurant, the views of the green outdoors make a beautiful backdrop for breakfast, as the sun streams through vast windows. Helpful staff buzz around, always on hand to deliver delightful selections from impressive menus.
12 meeting rooms – 250 capacity theatre style
Car parking – complimentary
The outdoor space is key to the hotels overall success on every level. It’s ideal for team building activities that go hand in hand with meetings or events held in-house. And Kenwood Hall Hotel Sheffield offers a great range of all-encompassing packages to suit both conferences and weddings.
Bedrooms at the Kenwood Hall Hotel Sheffield are generously proportioned though the decor a little dated and in need of loving refreshment. Those that overlook the grounds obviously are the ideal choice wherever available. If you’re after either on site fitness or utter relaxation enjoy the pool, gym, sauna and spa. But if you’d prefer to venture further afield a short ride from the Kenwood Hall Sheffield will take you to the shops of Meadowhall Shopping Centre. Or spend a day at Chatsworth House stately home. Travel further still and you’ll find yourself surrounded by the stunning Peak District with its countless footpaths and hacking trails.