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The Old Vicarage

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by Jake Smith (subscribe)
I am a Student living in Sheffield
Published October 14th 2016
Today I had the pleasure of visiting the Old Vicarage. This gem in Sheffield is a place of sophistication and grandness. The old Vicarage is a sight to behold.

Even before you enter the restaurant itself you get a sense of its awe, the driveway to the Old Vicarage is like a drive into another world, a world that I thought I wouldn't be allowed access to. The Building is a sight in itself, as it breathes the air of beauty and a sense of historical importance.

The Old Vicarage
Credit: Old Vicarage Sheffield Website


Upon entry, you are greeted by kind staff who treat you like royalty and make you feel important. Staff take your coats from you and guide you to your table and then you are wined and dined so to speak for the evening. The inside of the Old Vicarage is like the houses you often see on TV with Royalty residing there, it is truly another class to what many of us are used to.

To conclude, the Old Vicarage is a tremendous place, that is spectacular and marvellous. If you want to experience what it's like to be an elite then the Old Vicarage is the place to be. I passionately hope that I get to visit again soon as I have had one of the greatest experiences ever.
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When: Lunch from 12.30pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Afternoon Tea 2.00pm - 4:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. Advance booking essential
Dinner from 6.00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Where: Ridgeway Moor, Ridgeway Village Sheffield S12 3XW
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Yeah that is surprising it definitely seems older and seems like it's been part of Sheffields heritage for longer.
by Jake Smith (score: 0|5) 340 days ago
I was surpirsed to read on their website that the building only dates back to 1846 as it gives the appearance of somehting much older. The interiro looks lovely as well.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|5676) 340 days ago
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