The Rutland Hotel Garden Party

3rd April 2019

You are invited to The Rutland Hotel Garden Party on Sunday 18th August from 12pm to enjoy cream tea in our conservatory or garden which will include light entertainment, our very own gin bar in the garden, BBQ options and some activities for the children.

From £12.95 per person To book or if you have any queries, please contact our events team  events@rutlandhotel-sheffield.com About The Rutland Hotel The Rutland Hotel offers a blend of Victorian character and modern style. We are an independent hotel with 63 bedrooms consisting of singles, doubles, twin and suites.  There are 3 versatile function rooms and a welcoming restaurant and conservatory with leads on to our private garden area.   We hold a number of functions from meetings, conferences, staff events, wakes, weddings and birthdays to name but a few. Location: The Rutland Hotel Glossop Road Sheffield, S10 2PY United Kingdom

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