Wortley Arms

Downstairs in The Wortley Arms pub you will find we have retained many of the features that have given this historical building its renowned character including its revolving doors and the solid oak beams. Customers can enjoy themselves in our warm welcoming environment, whilst enjoying a locally brewed ale or some excellent fresh food like our famous Wortley Pie, in front of our wood fire.

The upstairs of the building is now the home of Montagu’s. We have named the restaurant after Lady Mary Montagu who as well as being known as a poet and a visionary also enjoyed life and was a great romantic therefore Montagu’s has taken her name and her character!

Montagu's..Is a fine dining experience incorporating seasonal dishes with high quality regional products. Master Chef of Great Britain Andy Gabbitas has used recipes that he has collected on his worldly travels that’s helped produce a cuisine at its most pure, simple and seasonal. Local cuisine at its most pure, simple and seasonal - fashionable, luxurious cuisine. Seasonal dishes of high quality regional products. A mix of avant-garde and the traditional.


Public House

The Wortley Arms was built as a coach house in 1753. Customers can enjoy themselves in our warm welcoming environment, whilst enjoying a locally brewed ale or some excellent fresh food like our famous Wortley Pie, in front of our wood fire.

Contact Information

Email: enquiries@wortley-arms.co.uk

Phone: 0114 288 8749

Website: http://www.wortley-arms.co.uk/

Address

Wortley Arms

Halifax Road

Wortley

Sheffield

South Yorkshire

S35 7DB

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Directions

Directions from Manchester - via Woodhead Pass (A628):
Leave the Woodhead Pass turning right onto A616 for 9 miles, then left onto A629. The Wortley Arms is on a sharp bend on the right after about half a mile.
Directions from Sheffield:
From the ring road you need to find the Penistone Road (A61) heading North and passing Hillsborough football stadium. About 6 miles from leaving the ring road fork left onto the A629, The Wortley Arms is on a sharp bend on the right after about four miles.
Travelling from the South on the M1:
Leave the M1 at junction 35A, taking the A616 for about 3 miles then go right onto the A629. The Wortley Arms is on a sharp bend on the right after about half a mile.
Travelling from the North on the M1:
Leave the M1 at junction 36, follow directions for the A61 Sheffield North. After about one mile go right on the roundabout onto the A616. After 2 miles go right onto the A625. The Wortley Arms is on a sharp bend on the right after about half a mile.

The nearest railway station is Sheffield, which is 8 miles away.

Useful Information:

  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)
  • Accepts groups
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Chef
  • On-site catering
  • Free Parking
  • Disabled toilets