Throapham House is a Grade II listed property dating from around 1750, probably built as a Dower House for Throapham Manor (now demolished) but occupied by the manager of the local colliery for much of the first half of the 1900s. Our family home since 1993, it was refurbished in 2006 to provide bed and breakfast accommodation in three spacious double rooms.
We were awarded 5* Gold Award at our first quality inspection in January 2007 and have maintained that standard since, adding a Breakfast Award in 2010. We're delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2011 White Rose Awards.
All our guest bedrooms are en-suite with shower and are equipped with top quality furniture and fittings for your comfort. Our largest room features a bath with separate shower cubicle and can be converted to a twin on request. Subject to availability and additional cost we can accommodate a third person on a fold-up bed in our two larger rooms.
On arrival you will be invited to unwind in our stylish Guest Lounge where we will serve you refreshments after your journey.
Free Wi-Fi is available in each guest bedroom and in the Guest Lounge.
Guests are welcome to make use of our gardens, weather permitting.
Free off-road parking is provided on site.
Throapham House enjoys a convenient and pleasant rural location in the hamlet of Throapham, near Dinnington and close to the villages of Laughton-en-le-Morthen, Todwick, Anston, Woodsetts, Letwell and Firbeck.
We are just three miles from the M1(J31)/M18/A57 and near to the centres of Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Worksop. The A1 and Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport are also nearby, as are the boundaries of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire, making Throapham House an ideal base for both business and leisure visitors looking for accommodation in the South Yorkshire region. Dinnington and Laughton are within easy walking distance with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants available.
Environmental StatementWe use local and home-grown produce when available to minimise transport and maximise freshness.
We compost much of our waste and collect rainwater for irrigation in our garden and greenhouse.
Each guest bedroom has individual heating controls which we encourage our guests to use.
Our guests are encouraged to consider the environment when requesting fresh towels and bedding.