Popular Lettings in Sheffield
Highlights in Sheffield
- Great outdoor activities
- Nice day trips out
- Stunning architecture
- Beautiful nature and surroundings
- Fabulous cultural scene
Most popular in Sheffield
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Sheffield
Modern, traditional, central or in the outskirts. Sheffield offers the tourists a wide range of holiday rentals in Sheffield Centre for those who want to stay close to museums and entertainment venues or within walking distance of the City Hall or the theatres of Crucible and Lyceum. Along the canalside quarter, Victoria Quays is the former industrial area with 19th-century buildings that have been transformed into nice and modern properties with the best amenities. Maybe you fancy trying to stay in converted narrowboats offering accommodation as well as breakfast options. The suburbs of Sheffield are quieter and very affordable, so it is suitable for all pockets. Not far beyond the city’s limits, you can find your favourite rental in the countryside or in Rotherham, very recommended for families.Lovely rentals in the heart of Sheffield
Traditional properties have been refurbished completely with the newest amenities for holidaymakers to enjoy. The offer on rentals goes from small to spacious accommodations nicely decorated in light colours. Comfy lounges, open plan kitchens and lovely rooms. The properties in the outskirts or in the countryside come with plenty of outdoor space to enjoy family gatherings, friends parties and lovely BBQs. Enjoy the swimming pool, the garden, the terrace and the privacy of your fenced rental in secluded areas. Peaceful rural surroundings with urban attractions. Sheffield has it for you.
Holidays in Sheffield
The area and getting around
Nestled in South Yorkshire and with the lovely Peak District as part of its beautiful countryside, Sheffield is a city with industrial heritage, a mix of Victorian and Georgian architecture and great neighbourhoods with lots of entertainment, culture and history. Go to an event in Hillsborough Stadium, visit the Botanic Garden and go to the exhibitions at the Millennium Gallery. Enjoy strolling around the streets and discover the interesting, friendly and alternative atmosphere alongside its thriving cultural scene. Street art, music, festivals and fabulous theatre is waiting for you. Welcome to Sheffield!A city with so much on offer
Getting around the city by train, bus or car is very easy thanks to its great transportation network. Sheffield is also a great base to take trips for a day and visit the fantastic suburbs and rural villages in the area. Visit the beautiful villages of Mosborough, Wortley or Grenoside. Spend a day in Rotherham and visit the Magna Science Adventure Centre with the children or the Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre. And before planning your stay in Sheffield, check the calendar for the events and rock concerts held in Motorpoint Arena, the biggest rock and sports venue.
Travellers and activities
Sheffield offers a great variety when it comes to culture, art and entertainment. Kelham Island Museum displays a great exhibition about Sheffield’s most famous industry - steelmaking. In the different galleries of the museum you can find other topics such as transport, the Little Mesters or the Victorian Age. To see unique heritage, visit the Millenium Gallery, which also hosts some of the touring exhibitions from V&A, Tate and National Portrait Gallery. For good shows and plays, the Sheffield Theatres is a large theatre complex comprising the Crucible Theatre, Lyceum Theatre and Crucible Studio. From West End musicals to cutting edge drama will entertain everybody in the audience. Book your tickets now!Sheffield for hiking and nature lovers
Travel right at the heart of England. Enjoy one of the most beautiful National Parks in the UK - the Peak District. It doesn’t matter if you are coming for a short break or a long holiday, take some time to explore this unique park with very special features and get mesmerised once you discover its magic. Admire the most spectacular scenery, walk along villages, hamlets and pretty towns along the way. Hike the walking trails and explore the highest parts of the peaks. Walk on your own or try a ranger guided walk. And do not worry about the car as the park offers an extensive public transport network. Make the most of your time at the park and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Did you know that Sheffield has the world’s oldest football ground and that it hosts the oldest football club?
Top 5 travel tips in Sheffield
In Sheffield you will find the favourite food you are looking for. Plenty of national and international flavours are awaiting in a thriving scene. Have a nice coffee at any artisan cafe, cool coffee houses, innovative eateries and mouth-watering bites at the best street food stalls. Local produce is used in every recipe and on top of that, you can wash it down with one of the 400 unique beers available at the pubs. Sheffield is at the forefront of the brewing scene around the United Kingdom producing beers as Abyss, Bock, Hop Ripper and Slaker amongst others.2. Take a walking tour
There is no better way to know the city than on foot. Join a guided tour of the city for 90 minutes and explore the streets, learn about its architecture, heritage and main quirky facts. The city walking tour will take you through the main streets allowing you to admire the most impressive buildings, squares and museums. Keep active while discovering every detail of the city.3. Admire the fantastic cathedral of Sheffield
In the very heart of the city lies one of the city’s oldest building - Saint Peter & Saint Paul Cathedral. Ponder, search or pray, everybody is welcome to visit this magnificent piece of art. Admire the structure and architecture, listen to music or simply attend a service. Every window of this cathedral tells you a story, like the one on the west side, welcoming you at your arrival.4. Marvel at 19 acres of beautiful scenery
In 1836, the Botanical Gardens were opened. Nowadays it has 15 different garden areas with collections from the Mediterranean, Asia, America and the woodlands. Besides all the plants there are several listed buildings in the grounds such as the Glass Pavilion. Spend a day walking around quietly and admire the beautiful setting. This is also a great venue for many events held there during the year.5. Immerse into the most awarded green world
One of the most impressive and award-winning buildings in Sheffield is the biggest temperate glasshouse in Sheffield Winter Garden. In here you can see more than 2500 species of plants from all over the globe. From Millenium Square and Millennium Galleries you can access straight into it. Discover, explore and enjoy a paradise in the heart of the city. Welcome to the most beautiful oasis in Sheffield!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Sheffield
Our data shows that Sheffield has an average price of £120.52 per night, which is a relatively high one under the cities in the United Kingdom.Is Sheffield a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It's worthwhile to be proactive in Sheffield as only 27% of the properties remain free, according to our 2019 data.How many holiday rentals are there in Sheffield?
Holidu offers around 320 accommodations in Sheffield from 10 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!