9 Sheffield pubs with roaring open fires

Wednesday, 17th January 2018, 11:19 am
Updated Wednesday, 17th January 2018, 12:41 pm

With snow moving in on the city and the surrounding countryside, there's rarely been a better excuse to visit a well-stocked pub kitted out with an inviting fire.

Try one of these welcoming pubs in the Sheffield area which offer a cosy alternative to the chilly outdoors.

The Castle Inn

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This gastro pub serves up no-nonsense, homemade food to guests in a warm and friendly setting, complete with an inviting fire.

Situated to the south of the city the tavern's menu includes; beer battered fish and chips, and steak and ale suet pastry pie.

Visit: 1 Twentywell Rd, Sheffield S17 4PT - thecastleinnbradway.co.uk

The Castle Inn at Twentywell Lane (Photo: Glenn Ashley)

The Rising Sun Hotel

Living up to its name, the Rising Sun Hotel is typically roasting due to its cosy fire.

The pub is renowned for its selection of delicious cask ales - so why not enjoy one by the fire?

Visit: 665 Abbey Lane, S11 9ND - emberinns.co.uk

The Crown Inn

Located in Heeley, The Crown Inn is as snug as they come with its roaring fire and dimmed lighting.

Award winning pies and ale, make this local a comforting retreat.

Visit: 2 Albert Road, S8 9QW - crownheeley.co.uk

The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales is best known for its contemporary look and modern menu.

The charming inn also radiates a homely and welcoming feel due to its toasty fireplace.

Visit: 95 Ecclesall Road South, S11 9PH - theprinceofwalessheffield.co.uk

The Prince of Wales pub on Ecclesall Road (Photo: Johnston Press)

Norfolk Arms

Located on the edge of the Peak District this Ringinglow pub is popular with hikers and outdoors enthusiasts.

The tavern, complete with log fire, offers the perfect escape from the winter conditions following an adventurous day out.

Visit: 2 Ringinglow Village, S11 7TS norfolkarms.com

The Mossbrook Inn

This Eckington inn is the perfect spot to indulge in some danish-style hygge.

The pub has its own open fire, surrounded by piles of logs, as well as a superb selection of ales and spirits.

Visit: Sheffield Road, Eckington, S21 4FP themossbrookinneckington.co.uk

The Mossbrook Inn, Eckington (Photo: Johnston Press)

Dog and Partridge Inn

The Dog and Partridge Inn is the embodiment of the old-fashioned English pub.

Unpretentious decor, a fine selection of real ales and a roasting fire make this one very popular local.

Visit: Bordhill, Flouch, S36 4HH - dogandpartridgeinn.co.uk

Strines Inn

This traditional Bradfield inn delights locals with its no-nonsense pub grub and drinks selection.

Located on the edge of the Peaks, the inn is popular with walkers looking to unwind post-walk.

Visit: Bradfield Dale, Mortimer Road, S6 6JE – thestrinesinn.co.uk

The Strines Inn, Bradfield (Photo: PhotoPro Images)

The Fat Cat

Something of a Kelham Island institution, The Fat Cat has consistently grown in reputation since its opening in 1990.

Serving ale fresh from the Kelham Island Brewery, the city pub is also a cosy escape from wintry conditions.

Visit: 23 Alma Street, S3 8SA - thefatcat.co.uk