Brocco on the Park

‘There’s a vibrant atmosphere’ at Tiina Carr’s ‘stylish, Scandi-chic’ hotel, in a ‘buzzy neighbourhood’ of shops and cafés. More

Contact details

Brocco on the Park
92 Brocco Bank
Sheffield
Yorkshire
S11 8RS
England
0114 266 1233

Hotel information

Bedrooms

8. 1 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year, restaurant closed Sun 6 pm.

Facilities

reception area with sofas, 2 restaurants (1 with bar), free Wi-Fi, in-room smart TV, terrace (barbecue, seating), bicycle hire.

Background music

in restaurant, plus Sunday jazz afternoons.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] room £90–£230. Cooked breakfast from £7, à la carte £40.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘There’s a vibrant atmosphere’ at Tiina Carr’s ‘stylish, Scandi-chic’ hotel, in a ‘buzzy neighbourhood’ that’s ‘worth a visit on its own’. Choose among modern bedrooms varying in size, from the snug Pigeon’s Loft in the eaves to the spread-your-wings Dovecote, which has a Juliet balcony overlooking city and park. Every room has cotton robes, lambswool blankets, an espresso machine and a wicker-hamper tea tray. ‘Traffic noise from the road didn’t stop me from sleeping soundly in my comfortable, good-sized bed. From my spacious room, Chiffchaff’s Post, the noise I did hear was a delightful dawn chorus of birdsong from the adjacent park.’ The café/restaurant, ‘aptly called a neighbourhood kitchen’, is popular early to late. Here, and on the terrace in fine weather, ‘smartly dressed and well-trained’ staff serve chef Leslie Buddington’s ‘excellent, interesting’ menu of ‘Nordic tapas’, picnic platters, small and big plates. Among vegan and gluten-free options, try, perhaps, an ‘impressive’ beetroot and lentil pie with a sweet-potato topping. At breakfast: waffles, smoothies, ‘beautifully grilled’ bacon. (Robert Sandham, and others)

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Guest comments

'Despite its roadside location Brocco is perfectly pitched for a short drive to the Peak District, and a stone's throw away from the Botanical Gardens. On a busy Saturday afternoon we were greeted with effortless charm. Our room, the snug lounge and restaurant all have flair and style. The team offers warmth and professionalism. The food was enjoyable- perhaps a hit and miss with deserts ' - M and T Sachak-Patwa - February, 2018
'Two very nice visits. My rooms were spacious, with comfortable, good-sized bed and crisp sheets, but could have been softened by some art on the walls. In Chiff Chaff I woke to the delightful sound of birds. The surrounding area is worth a visit. ' - Robert Sandham - May, 2017

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