Central Sheffield 1 bed apartment, sleeps 4. Art deco building, stylish interior
About Greg White
I'm Greg, the owner of VouSpace. We're passionate about providing interesting, stylish serviced apartments for holidays and business travel. I love staying in apartments when I travel. It's fantastic value for money, giving my family more space and amenities (I've got 3 girls under 5 years old, so the extra space comes in handy!). When compared to a sterile, standardised hotel room, a serviced apartment works for me every time, at a fraction of the cost. We're driven to provide great experiences for guests seeking to 'live like a local'. I hope you'll love our apartment at The Bank.
Greg White purchased this Apartment in 2019
Why Greg White chose City Centre
This apartment is situated in The Bank, a stylish 1930s art deco building. We fell in love with the building for its historical significance and stylish interior. Apartments this good, in the centre of Sheffield, are a rarity. It has been renovated for residential use to a high specification, ensuring you a cozy, enjoyable stay.
What makes this Apartment unique
An old commercial building, The Bank was built in the 1930s. It owes its aesthetically pleasing architecture and art deco style to Sheffield's pre-war industrial prominence.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Things to do Nearby
There is a great selection of good restaurants and bars in Sheffield. Our favourites include Smoke (American BBQ), the Cubana Tapas Bar, OISOI (Asian fusion) and Ego (Mediterranean).
Places to Visit
An impressive open space in the heart of Sheffield, the Peace Gardens occupy the old site of St Paul’s Church.
Kelham Island Museum
Opened in 1982, the museum’s purpose is to showcase and celebrate Sheffield’s rich history as a major British industrial powerhouse. Kelham Island is one of the most desirable locations in Sheffield. It’s a pleasant area, well worth a visit.
Weston Park Museum
The museum contains Sheffield's archaeology, natural history, decorative art and social history collections. Today, it incorporates what was formerly the Mappin Art Gallery.
Showcasing Sheffield’s art, craft and design pieces.
Completed in 1850, the Cathedral remains a place of significant interest. It’s an impressive building and fine concert venue, having hosted many of the world’s finest choral ensembles.
National Emergency Services Museum
The National Emergency Services Museum is housed in a former Victorian police station. It is home to over a million items, including 60 vehicles.
The Peak District National Park is an area of stunning natural beauty. Many of our guests come to Sheffield with the intention of hiking in the park. It covers 555 square miles, including parts of Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire.