Stay in a quintessentially English village

Bradfield, South Yorkshire

The rural beauty of idyllic Bradfield – complete with a medieval church, Norman castle and cosy pubs – will take your breath away.

Bradfield is actually made up of two villages joined by a steep, winding road that’s not for the faint of heart. High Bradfield clusters around the fine 15th century Church of St Nicholas and the site of a Norman castle, and boasts far-reaching views across the picturesque Upper Derwent Valley. Low Bradfield centres on the picturesque bridge over the tranquil River Loxley.

Whether High or Low, Bradfield is a wonderful place from which to explore Sheffield and the Peak District National Park in Northern England, and to get a taste of quintessential English village life. With its own brewery, welcoming pubs scattered among the pretty gritstone cottages and nearby Our Cow Molly ice creamery, there are plenty of places to while away a few pleasant hours.

Bradfield is 6 miles (10 km) northwest of Sheffield, which is just over 2 hours from London by train. 

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The road into High Bradfield, where Tour de France came throughThe road into High Bradfield © Marketing Sheffield
Medieval St Nicholas Church in High BradfieldMedieval St Nicholas Church in High Bradfield © Marketing Sheffield
View across to the Higher Dewent ValleyView across to the Higher Dewent Valley © Marketing Sheffield
Bridge over the Loxley River in Low BradfieldBridge over the Loxley River in Low Bradfield © Marketing Sheffield
The village cricket ground and bowling green in Low Bradfield.The village cricket ground and bowling green in Low Bradfield © Marketing Sheffield

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