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    Bedrooms 9
  • From £64 per room per night

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Dating back to 1773, The Fox House brings together nine charming, characterful rooms, a delicious menu of seasonal pub food dishes, and a great selection of cask-ales and carefully chosen wines.

Contrary to popular belief, The Fox House was named after Mr Fox of Callow Farm in Highlow, not the small animal. Dating back to 1773, the building was extended by The Duke of Rutland, the landlord in the 1840's. With years of heritage, The Fox House was a favoured resting place for livestock drivers and the passengers of stagecoaches.

The perfect spot to relax, unwind, and dine in true comfort, this historic country lodge offers the best value accommodation, a comfortable nights sleep, and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Located in the picturesque village of Longshaw, within easy reach of Sheffield and Chesterfield, The Fox House is the ideal base for walkers, explorers, and those travelling on business.

Their seasonal food menus are full of delicious hearty dishes such as slow-cooked lamb shank, steak & mushroom pie, and their infamous Hunter’s chicken. They serve up a diverse menu of delicious home-cooked dishes, complemented by a wonderful array of fine wines, real ales, soft drinks, and spirits.

With nine comfortable and characterful single, double, and twin B&B hotel rooms in Longshaw, Sheffield, The Fox House is the perfect spot for a great nights sleep, whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure. Furnished to a high standard, the rooms are decorated in a traditional style reflective of the building’s history, with a notably stylish, contemporary touch – think sophisticated colour palettes, exposed beams and brickwork, and a warm, welcoming ambience.

The rooms offer a host of features and amenities including stylish bedding, tea and coffee making facilities, a desk for catching up on work after a busy day, and en-suite facilities including plenty of towels and a hairdryer. There’s also plenty of free car parking on site and a lovely beer garden that’s perfect for long summer evenings.

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  • AA 3 Star
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AA
3 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £64 per room per night

The rooms offer a host of features and amenities including stylish bedding, tea and coffee making facilities, a desk for catching up on work after a busy day, and en-suite facilities including plenty of towels and a hairdryer. There’s also plenty of free car parking on site and a lovely beer garden that’s perfect for long summer evenings.

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    Family Room En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 4
  • From £64 per room per night

The rooms offer a host of features and amenities including stylish bedding, tea and coffee making facilities, a desk for catching up on work after a busy day, and en-suite facilities including plenty of towels and a hairdryer. There’s also plenty of free car parking on site and a lovely beer garden that’s perfect for long summer evenings.

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