Brocco on the Park is perfectly located for access to Sheffield city centre, the University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and the city’s hospitals. The countryside delights of Derbyshire are only a short journey away from our hotel and kitchen. Brocco on the Park is situated just off the A625, which takes you directly to the Peak District: home to handsome towns like Bakewell and Hathersage, historic houses of Chatsworth and Haddon, and where there are walks, cycle trails and outdoor activities aplenty.
We have a parking space for each hotel room in our on-site car park and at St Augustine’s Church on Brocco Bank. If Brocco’s car park is full, turn left onto Brocco Bank and, after 150m, turn right into the car park of St Augustine’s Church. Bear left and park in Brocco’s designated spaces, with the church building on your right. If these spaces are full, paid parking can be found in streets near the hotel. Plus, you can park on Brocco Bank itself between the hours of 9.30am and 4pm.
The local area is well served by buses (search for 81, 82, 83, 85 and 88/88A on www.travelsouthyorkshire.com). You can hop on a bus or hail a taxi (call City Taxis: 0114 239 3939) and be in Sheffield city centre in minutes.
Neighbouring Sharrow Vale Road is fast becoming a local food destination with its home-grown delis, bakeries and other artisan shops; while Ecclesall Road is great for independent shopping and evenings out.
We’re lucky enough to have one of south-west Sheffield’s best-loved green spaces next door: Endcliffe Park. Perfect for a leisurely stroll, a morning run, or carefree bike ride. Follow Endcliffe along the Porter Valley through Bingham Park and Whiteley Woods and into the calm of Derbyshire. The Porter Brook flows through the park and past Brocco: why not feed the ducks by one of the many dams or picnic next to its babbling stream?
Just ask at reception if you want any recommendations for places to visit in and around Sheffield or Derbyshire. We’d love to help you make the most of your stay.