Local Attractions Tel: 0114 2881864

Just a short walk from the Guest House is Wortley Hall Gardens.  

Wortley Top Forge is only 1 mile from the center of the village.

Wortley Top Forge is a Water Powered Iron Forge whose history can be traced back to 1640. The site has been used for various processes but it is best known for the Wrought Iron Railway Axles that were produced between 1840 and production stopping around 1910.

Open Sundays - Easter to November - 11 a.m. to 5 p.m (dusk when earlier) and Bank Holiday Mondays.

See their website for details.


We are only 6 miles from Elsecar Heritage Centre.

See their website for details. 


 Wentworth Castle Gardens are 10 minutes from the village.

See their website for details.


The village of Cawthorne is only 15 minutes from Wortley. In the village there is the Cawthorne Antiques Centre and Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum,  and across the valley is Cannon Hall Country Park and Museum and Cannon Hall Farm Shop.


The Visit Penistone Website has an extensive list of activities and tourist attractions in the area, also see AboutBritain.Com for other local attractions.