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Click the map for tourism ideas South Yorkshire is crossed by the River Don, roughly speaking from east to west. Several major iron- and steel-producing centres are located on the banks of the river Historically, coal mining has been an important activity in much of the county, and agriculture, notably dairy farming, continues in the east. The city of Sheffield lies on the eastern edge of the Peak District National Park.
Bath Hotel

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66-68 Victoria Street, Sheffield, South YorkshireS3 7QL. Tel: 0114 249 5151
Grade II listed and unchanged since the 1930's with a great ale selection.
Cubley Hall
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Mortimer Road, Penistone, South YorkshireS36 9DF. Tel: 01226 766086
18th Century inn with a wide and varied past. A former moorland farm, later converted to a children's home and then to an inn in 1983. Stone walls, oak panelling and high ceilings give Cubley Hall a feel of classic inn with a difference. Located on the edge of the Peak District National park serving an excellent menu and cask ales.
Devonshire Cat

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49 Wellington Street, Sheffield, South YorkshireS14HG. Tel: 0114 279 6700
Fountain Inn

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Wellthorne Lane, Ingbirchworth, South YorkshireS36 7GJ. Tel: 01226 763125
17th Century coaching inn located close to and signposted from the A629 Huddersfield to Sheffield road. From the outside, the Fountain looks like a standard British pub but once inside all the signs of quality are present, from fresh flowers to clean comfortable surroundings. The Fountain serves good food and cask ales.
Strines Inn

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Strines, Bradfield, South YorkshireS6 6JE. Tel: 0114 285 1247
Lovely country inn with a great view overlooking the Strines reservoir and close to Ladybower reservoir. Located in the Peak District National Park on Bradfield Moor close to the Derbyshire border. The Strines Inn serves good food and cask ales.
The Cricket

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Totley, Sheffield, South YorkshireS17 3AZ. Tel: 0114 236 5256
The Fat Cat

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23 Alma Street, Sheffield, South YorkshireS3 8SA. Tel: 0114 2728195
Dating back to the 1850's, the Fat Cat is a beer lovers paradise, located in the back streets of the city of Sheffield, it is a true good old fashioned English pub, where conversation is a priority. After the move of the brewing equipment to new premises, a visitor centre was created to compliment the non smoking snug. The Fat Cat serves good wholesome food at very favourable prices.
Waggon And Horses

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Langsett, Sheffield, South YorkshireS36 4GY. Tel: 01226 763147
Family owned Yorkshire stone inn dating back to 1809, serving a good selection of well kept ales and home made food. Located on the Edge of the Peak District National Park.
Ye Olde Mustard Pot

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Mortimer Road, Midhopestones, South YorkshireS36 4GW. Tel: 01226 761155
Excellent 17th Century Country Stone Inn, with traditional stone flagged floors, oak beams and open fire places. Situated on the edge of the beautiful Peak District National Park, Ye Olde Mustard Pot serves excellent food with good quality real ales, all with exceptional quality of service. Rarely is such an attention to detail found and coupled with the surrounding spectacular location, the Mustard Pot is well worth a visit.