Sheffield Manor Lodge

 Former hunting lodge that eventually came to be the holding place of mary queen of scots, surrounded by meadows and enveloped in nature.



From a hunting lodge in a prominent deer park, to grand 14th century manor and eventually the holding place of Mary Queen of Scots, this site has seen it all throughout the centuries.

The site includes beautiful vistas and a picturesque cafe nestled in-between meadows of lavender alongside the turret house and ruins that give the location it’s fame and historical prominence.

The Turret house and Tudor ruins history is brought forth to visitors through costumed actors, self-led trails and tour  guides, making this an excellent place of learning for families and schools.

Also featured in the grounds are plenty of facilities for children to explore, including a sandpit and dedicated adventure playground.

Sheffield Manor Lodge is available to book for many events including: weddings, business venue hire, parties and wakes.

There are various transport links to Sheffield Manor Lodge:

  • Buses 7, 8, 50, 53, 71,120,24, 25, 10 and 56 plus short walk
  • Tram (Blue Route) to Spring Lane / City Road (+ 1 mile walk via Manor Fields Park)
  • (Yellow Route) to Cricket Inn Road (+ 1 mile walk via Maltravers Road to Manor Lane)

If you are travelling by car, there is free visitor car parking and disabled parking at both sides of the site.

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Wentworth Woodhouse
Bishops House
Beauchief Abbey
Sheffield Cathedral
Conisbrough Castle

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