The Dog and Partridge Inn
- Inn with 10 rooms £65-£110 prpnb
- Visit Britain 4 star inn
A warm welcome awaits at the Dog & Partridge, an ancient inn with a history that can be traced back to the Elizabethan period.
Relax in front of the roaring open fire on those cold winter months or enjoy the stunning moorland views from the beer garden during the long summer days, whilst sampling the selection of beers, lagers and wines which are available. These include a good choice of cask - conditioned beers from around the country.
Why end your evening when last orders is called? We now provide top quality accommodation in the newly constructed Barn. For a small price you can take advantage of hospitality and then wake up to a fully cooked english breakfast to fill you up before you embark.
For further details see www.dogandpartridgeinn.co.uk
see location on Google maps Map reference: SE 192015
The Dog and Partridge Inn and Hotel is conveniently located for the major cities of Manchester (24 ml), Leeds (30 ml) and Sheffield (14 ml), making it an ideal choice for the business and tourist visitor alike. Access to both the M1 and M6 road networks is easily accessible in either direction along the A628 Woodhead Pass.
On the M1, exit at J35a to Manchester. Follow the A616 until you reach the A628 (Flouch roundabout) turn left at the roundabout. The Dog & Partridge is 1 mile on the left.
On the M1, exit at J37. Follow the A628 to Manchester. At the Flouch roundabout go straight across. The Dog & Partridge is 1 mile on the left.
From the M6:
Exit at J20/9. Follow the M56 to Manchester. Join the M60 to Stockport, exit at J24 and join the M67, this leads to the A68 Penistone. The Dog & Partridge is on the right, 1 mile before the Flouch roundabout.
By Public transport:
Nearest rail station is Penistone with good connections to Sheffield, Barnsley and Huddersfield. From there take a taxi.
- Private parking
- Dogs/pets NOT accepted
- Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
- Colour television
All the information on these pages is provided by the accommodation owners. Any queries should be addressed to the owners of the business, not Visit Penistone.