Add Brocco on the Park to the long list of everything that is great about Sheffield.
Nestled between the greenery of Endcliffe Park and the bustle of Ecclesall Road, this boutique hotel boasts the kind of attention to detail that screams luxury.
But there’s very little to intimidate visitors to the Edwardian villa.
The staff are warm, friendly and down to earth, whilst maintaining excellence in their service.
There are eight individually-styled bedrooms and it’s evident that nothing has been thrown together, every detail has been thought through.
You can log into your own Netflix account on a smart TV from the comfort of a four-poster bed and enjoy a homemade treat and cup of tea.
It’s a classy home from home.
Brocco on the Park is set just far enough away from the busy Hunter’s Bar roundabout that traffic noise isn’t an issue.
And despite being a haven of tranquillity, babies are made welcome and suitably provided for.
That welcome extends to the restaurant where nothing is too much trouble for waiting staff.
Brocco ‘your neighbourhood kitchen’ delivers outstanding food in a relaxing setting.
There are some lovely surprises on the menu, including spicy popcorn, a creamed leek scotch egg and a chocolate and sea salt ice cream.
Sheffield can easily be experienced in full from Brocco on the Park.
It’s just two miles to the city centre, if the many eateries and pubs on ‘Eccy Road’ can’t tempt you, and the Peak District is also a short drive away, if stunning countryside appeals.