Travelodge Sheffield Central Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1 Broad Street West, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2BQ, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
36%
50
Very Good
43%
60
Average
13%
18
Poor
3%
5
Terrible
3%
5

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 25% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples71
  • Solo66
  • Business88

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Getting from National Express arrival bus station to Moncrieffe Road, Netheredge

by Gichuck

Can I ask for local advice please, on several related questions. We (2) are arriving in Sheffield on a National Express coach from Leeds on Saturday 18 July. We then need to get to Moncrieffe Road. I gather the bus is the 22. Where exactly does the coach arrive, and where should I catch the 22? Or, as we are two, should we take a taxi?

Further question. Do I need to book the National Express coach in advance from Leeds to Sheffield, or can we book when we get to the bus station? We are flying in to Leeds Bradford airport, so we cannot be sure of when we will get to Leeds bus station.

Thanks for your help and advice.
GI Chuck, Dublin, Ireland

Re: Getting from National Express arrival bus station to Moncrieffe Road, Netheredge

by Gichuck

Thank you for that, Ranger49.

Re: Getting from National Express arrival bus station to Moncrieffe Road, Netheredge

by elisabethmarriott

Hello

You can book Natioanl Express on line and then I think its cheaper - it arrives into the main Interchange in Sheffield. But there is a train service from Leeds to SHeffield too ( try www.thetrainline.com) I think its only about £3.50 and takes about an hour.
The local busses in Sheffield leave from all around the city centre aswell as the main bus station which is across the raod from the train station in Sheffield. It will cost you about £5 in a taxi to Moncrief Road.
Have fun

Travel Tips for Sheffield

Sheffield Tip

by Nantosvelta

My fondest memory of Sheffield is watching the play 'Edward the Second' at the Crucible.
Afterwards I spoke with a few of the actors and humbly asked for their autographs.
The autographs are of:
- James D'Arcy (Gaveston)
- Andy Hockly (Pemproke)
- Ben Porter (Spencer)
- Jamie Sives (Lightborne)
- Joseph Fiennes (Edward the Second)

Back Packs N Boots

by Arm-Chair-Hero

When coming here you most definately want to try and see the countryside...Peak District. For this you will need a back pack and preferably some walking boots. If you venture out towards areas like Kinder Scout it is a good idea to buy yourself an ordanace survey map and possibly a compass....people do get lost up there. Water Proofs
Thermals if in winter
Boots if hiking
Maps if hiking No medical supplies are needed the hospitals are well equipped if you decide to pick a fight with the locals. We dont have flies or any thing like that so no insect repelant needed at any time of the year. Chemists open like the other usual buisseness and close roughly at 530pm...although if you buy the local paper "Sheffield Star" it will list late night opening and just a few chemists....usually until 10pm. Photo eqipment is essential if you are going in to the country side...you will be faced with some amazing scenery..a huge contrast in a short distance from the city. Its relativly easy to get films developed and also a shop called Jessops does a digital service. Get them burnt on to a disc and I guess you have options to email at the few internet cafes that are springing up around Sheffield. Water proofs are a good idea no matter what time of the year it is if you are in the countryside. One thing you might experiance is that the weather can change dramatically in a matter of a few minutes. It can be sunny when you set off, not a cloud in the sky.....but half way through your walk the heavens can open. About 5 years ago I actually witnessed it snow in august...ten minutes before the snow the sun was shinning. Plenty of camp sites for caravans tents etc etc.....one of the nicest areas to stay is a village called Castleton....this is about 30 minutes drive from Sheffield city center and is situated in the peak district......well worth a visit.....you wont be dissapointed. Mobile phone receptions are not so good if you are out in the hills...so dont fully rely on them. This applies for most networks.

The countryside around Sheffield holds a huge amount of history, but once again it doesnt jump up and bite you.....you have to search for it. It is an excellant area to go mountain biking.......off road 4x4......hiking......camping.....caravaning........hangliding........etc etc

A good common sense thing to do like in most cities is buy a Sheffield A-Z here is a big city and for the sake of maybe four or five pounds the A-Z might save you a lot of hassle.

I know the information here is limited and basic........I live here and have always lived here if any further info is needed about sites etc etc please let me know and I will try to help. If you like hiking research the Pennine Way....world famous walk.

Eccy Road

by Getcarlos

Just a little bit out of the city centre, Eccleshall Road or commonly known as Eccy Road offers an abundance of alternative bars and botique shops to enjoy. Weather you are looking for somewhere to eat, a couple of bars for a quiet night out or an individual gift it will have something to offer. Check out the boutique and gift shops, you can get loads of Sheffield specific gifts you won't find anywhere else in the city.

Try the Porter Brook or the Lescar for a sunday afternoon pint or take in a game of football at Champs, the area is very popular with students and a short walk from Sheffield Botanical Gardens and Hunters Bar which are worth a stroll through if you get a rare sunny day!

Endcliffe Park

by suvanki

Endcliffe Park is very near to the city centre. Just off Hunters Bar/Ecclesall Road.
The start of The Sheffield Round Walk.
Popular with joggers, families, dog walkers etc.

Endcliffe Park can be busy at weekends, the nearby parkland/football pitches are utilised by teams of Sunday footballers.

Childrens playground is also quite busy, but you can soon find yourself off the beaten path.

There is a monument to Queen Victoria- The Queens Monolith, commemorating her Jubilee in 1887, and a monument to the crew of the American bomber 'Mi Amigo', which crashed here, avoiding the nearby houses

Have a drink at the Walkabout...

by Nobbe

Have a drink at the Walkabout bar. You can probably guess by the name that Walkabout is an Aussy theme bar. The building itself is a former Methodist Church.
Brewery or Chain: Regent Inns

Hand Pulled Beers: None

Other Beers: Fosters; XXXX; Stella; Guinness; Tetley; John Smiths; Dry Blackthorne.

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Address: 1 Broad Street West, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2BQ, United Kingdom