Bradfield Dale, BRADFIELD, Sheffield, S6 6JE
Although built as a manor house in 1275, most of the structure is 16th century; it has been an inn since 1771 - the public rooms contain artefacts from its bygone days. The name apparently means 'meeting of waters' in Old English. Locally brewed Acorn Yorkshire Pride shares bar space with ambassadors from the further-flung Marston's, Jennings and Wychwood. Traditional home-made food includes sandwiches, salads, jacket potatoes, hot paninis and burgers then there's pie of the day; giant Yorkshire puddings; liver and onions; butter bean stew; and the 'mammoth' mixed grill. One of the desserts could be their Mars Bar cheesecake A play area and an enclosure for peacocks, geese and chickens are outside.
Tel: 0114 285 1247
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Marston's Pedigree, Jennings Cocker Hoop, Wychwood Hobgoblin, Acorn Yorkshire Pride
All day all week
Children's play area.
Coach parties catered.