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Various types of accommodation in the Penistone, Barnsley and East Peak areas

Wortley Hall Cottages

  • Self-catering with 2 units £410-£420 pupw sleeps 6
  • Visit Britain 4 star self-catering
Wortley Hall Cottages


Wortley Village
S35 7DB


Tel: 0114 288 2100
Fax: 0114 283 0695


Booking & availability

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Wortley Hall was the ancestral home of the Earls of Wharncliffe – the Lords of the Manor of Wortley and has a history going back 500 years.

The old stable block has now been converted to 2 delightful cottages which are are set in the 26 acres of fromal grounds and woodlands of Wortley Hall. The interiors have been fully restored to reflect modern lifestyles but retain the external charm of the old stables. Each cottage also has its own private garden.

The hall is now a hotel and is itself a treasure trove of historical pieces of architecture including period fire places, secret doors, servants quarters and an array of decorative works of art and history.

Guests of the cottage can use the hotel's facilties

The dining room includes original wood panelling; magnificent fireplaces and the ceilings are arguably the finest examples of Renaissance style friezes in Great Britain. The bar is spacious and visitors will also be able to use the games room with snooker, pool and darts facilities.

The hotel boasts a range of lounges and television rooms incorporating an extensive library.

The gardens surrounding the hall include an old ice house, sunken and terraced gardens and include a fossilised tree stump estimated at 250-300 years old.

Part of the Transpennine Trail runs through the Wharncliffe estate making Wortley village and hall a pleasant resting place and ideal for walkers and cyclists wanting to explore the national trail. The village of Wortley has a number of small shops including a post office.

For further details see


see location on Google maps.     Map reference: SK 307994

By Road

From M1 Motorway. Leave the motorway at jct 36. Take the A61 towards Sheffield (North). At the next roundabout take the A616 towards Manchester. After 1.7 miles take the left exit signposted A629 Huddersfield, Wortley, Penistone. Turn left at teh T-junction onto the A629. Follow the road into Wortley village. You will come to a church, on a sharp right hand bend. Follow the road round to the right.

The entrance to Wortley Hall is on your right.

By Public Transport

The nearest rail station is Barnsley from where you can get the number 25 bus to Wortley village


  • Building of historical interestBuilding of historical interest
  • GardenGarden
  • Private parkingPrivate parking
  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedVisa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
  • Gay/lesbian friendlyGay/lesbian friendly
  • Single sex groups welcomedSingle sex groups welcomed
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Snooker/billiards/pool onsiteSnooker/billiards/pool onsite
  • Dogs/pets NOT acceptedDogs/pets NOT accepted
  • WiFi or internet accessWiFi or internet access
  • Laundry facilitiesLaundry facilities
  • Linen providedLinen provided
  • Telephone (public)Telephone (public)
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Baby listening serviceBaby listening service
  • Cots availableCots available
  • High chairs availableHigh chairs available
  • Breakfast availableBreakfast available
  • Evening mealsEvening meals
  • RestaurantRestaurant
  • Snacks/afternoon teaSnacks/afternoon tea
  • Foodshop/mobile foodshopFoodshop/mobile foodshop
  • FreezerFreezer
  • DishwasherDishwasher
  • Microwave cookerMicrowave cooker
  • Washing machineWashing machine
  • Ironing facilitiesIroning facilities
  • Drying facilitiesDrying facilities
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • Colour televisionColour television
  • Satellite TVSatellite TV
  • Video/DVDVideo/DVD
  • CD playerCD player
  • RadioRadio
  • Central heatingCentral heating


All the information on these pages is provided by the accommodation owners. Any queries should be addressed to the owners of the business, not Visit Penistone.