The Old Vicarage is a delightful Victorian country house in a quiet rural position, yet only 10 minutes from Sheffield city centre.
Surrounded by acres of rolling lawns and hidden copses, this is a comfortable rather than a grand house with a warm aura of hospitality. With idyllic views over Ridgeway and the Moss Valley it is easy to forget that you are just 10 minutes away from Sheffield or the M-1 motorway.
Completed in 1846, this is a typically solid stone-built Church house, set in grounds originally laid out by a celebrated Victorian horticulturist with mature specimen trees first brought as seedlings from the Middle East in 1850. With gravel driveway, croquet lawn, kitchen garden, stables and coach house, The Old Vicarage may appear to be reliably traditional and meet everyone's expectations of a typically English country house.
However, once you enter the restaurant the conservative and the predictable are left behind... guests can expect to enjoy exciting, vibrant, internationally recognised and modern cooking by Tessa Bramley with her talented kitchen team. See the Menus here.
The Old Vicarage is just off the Sheffield ring road, only 10 minutes from the city centre, 10 minutes from the M1 exits 30 and 33 and equi-distant from the main line rail stations at Sheffield and Chesterfield. There is ample on site parking. (Click the above link to our map.)