Keep an eye out on Scotland Street over the next few weeks for the reincarnation of one of Sheffield’s long lost historic watering holes. After over ten years as the budget Sleep Hotel, the much missed Old Crown Inn/R&B’s/The Crown has been given a new lease of life as The Crow Inn. Purchased last year by Wendy Woodhouse, known to many from her time as landlady at The Harlequin, and run by Kate Major & Chris Bamford who are also at the helm at The Rutland Arms, an extensive refurbishment has been carried out to restore the bar area and transform the hotel accommodation.
The comfortable two roomed bar features an eclectic range of beer across five hand pulls and 14 keg lines, from classic German lager and wheat beer, our house cask bitter and pale ale from Abbeydale Brewery, to an ever changing selection of the latest hazy IPA, American Stouts of massive proportions and cask beers from around the country. A wide selection of quality wine, gin, rum & whisky (the pub is on Scotland Street, after all) will be available too. Our friendly and knowledgeable management team, Adam and Lizzie, provide a warm welcome.
The hotel features seven en suite guest rooms, furnished to a high standard, with prices ranging from £45-£60 a night.
If you have any questions, or are interested in booking a room, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org – or when we are open, pop in and see us! And lastly… why the Crow Inn? Once it’s up, have a look at our pub sign and there’s a clue!