B and Bs in Dinnington

Throapham House
Oldcotes Road

South Yorkshire

S25 2QS

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Throapham House offers 5* Gold Award accommodation in a convenient and pleasant rural location in the hamlet of Throapham, near Dinnington in South Yorkshire.Located just three miles from the M1/M18/A57 junction and within easy reach of the centres of Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Worksop. The A1 and Robin Hood Airport at Doncaster are nearby, as are the boundaries of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire, making Throapham House an ideal base for both business and leisure visitors.Dinnington and Laughton are within easy walking distance with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants available. Detailed directions and a map can be found on our website.A Grade II listed property dating from around 1750, Throapham House has been the family home of owners Ann and Robert since 1993 and now provides bed and breakfast accommodation in three spacious double rooms. All bedrooms are en-suite with shower and are equipped with high quality furniture and fittings. Our largest room features a luxury bathroom with separate shower cubicle and can be converted to a twin on request.Subject to availability we can accommodate small children on a fold-up bed at additional cost in our two larger rooms.We offer a varied breakfast menu including vegetarian options and use local and home grown produce when available.Free off-road parking is provided on site.All rooms enjoy both wireless and fixed broadband internet access at no extra cost.

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