Welcome to Throapham House

Conveniently located in the rural hamlet of Throapham, near Dinnington, Troapham house was located only three miles from M1(J31)/M18 and seven miles from the A1 at Blyth. Unfortunately, the owners of this bed and breakfast decided to close down in 2018.

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The centres of Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Worksop are within easy reach and Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport is also nearby. Leeds, York and Harrogate are within an hour by car. So, as you can see, the Troapham House was neatly located near a number of city centres.

Marvellous facilities

This B&B was well known for luxury accommodation in three individually designed and furnished en-suite double rooms. The guests could benefit from high standards and close attention to every detail.

They provided spacious and comfortable accommodation in a relaxed atmosphere and a varied breakfast menu including vegetarian and gluten-free options, using local and home-grown produce when available.

Its really a shame this place closed, because you would have loved it there.

They would let you have use of their extensive gardens and elegant guest lounge and free off-road parking on site. With complimentary secure Wi-Fi and fixed broadband internet access Troapham House really offered anything you could want from any bed and breakfast.

You would almost need to stay at a cruise ship to get the same feeling of luxury and comfort.

Amazing value

All the room rates included a full cooked breakfast, and they even offered a discount for anyone traveling alone. With Wi-Fi and on-site parking also included they sure provided amazing value when compared with both luxury and budget hotels all over the region.

Being a family run business, this place gave you the warmth of a friendly home and the service of a top-notch hotel. You can read about benefits of staying at a B&B at https://reiseselskap.no/

Throapham House is a Grade II listed house at the heart of the conservation area of Throapham. Probably constructed as a Dower House for nearby Throapham Manor (now sadly demolished), it dates from around 1750 and has been a family home since 1993.

Excellent Hospitality

You were always assured of a warm welcome by the hosts on arrival at Throapham House. After being shown your bedroom and explained about facilities they would serve you with complimentary refreshments either in the guest lounge or your bedroom.

They answered any questions you had about the entire local area including restaurants, transport and other amenities. The hosts really wanted you to feel welcome.

The breakfasts were freshly prepared to order, and the menu had a selection of dishes using mainly local and home-grown ingredients. What a place.

They catered for vegetarian and gluten-free diets and if you had any other special requirements, they did what they could to deliver on any need.

Breakfast was served between 7:00am and 9:00am but they would move around the times to accommodate any need you would have.

It is a shame this place closed, because it was quite the treat.