Acquired in 2019 this classic building had been neglected by its former owner.
It has been sympathetically restored and now comprises two separate businesses.
The upper two floors are now a desirable boutique style hotel with a simple décor that retains the buildings character and rustic ambiance. It has a choice of double rooms with en-suite & some self-catering facilities, and also suites with separate living area and kitchen facilities.
The hotel has no resident staff and access is via a secure code supplied prior to arrival. This ensures a very cost effective solution for those visiting the races or other attractions in and around Doncaster.
A town centre destination of excellence to stay or simply to wine, dine and relax in comfort and style.
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The ground floor is a pub, serving food and drink. It has recently been renovated to a high, modern standard providing everything you could expect from a bar at the centre of Doncaster's vibrant market, and close to all the town's shopping and leisure attractions.
It is run independently of the hotel above, but ideal for those residents who do not wish to venture far during their stay.
The market itself has been in existence since AD43, and many of the buildings around the market date back more than 200 years.
One of the highlights is the Fish Market, but there are in fact around 10 separate markets all huddled together around the Market Place. In the 19th century a Corn Exchange was built at the heart of the market area. It was designed to be a concert hall as well as a market building and Elgar conducted the London Symphony Orchestra here in 1909. A young Winston Churchill also spoke here about his experiences during the Boer War.
More recently, Doncaster Market with its 400 plus stalls has won various awards including the BBC’s Best Food Market in Britain.