Welcome to Maltby
Maltby is a mainly suburban, former mining town in the borough of Rotherham, South Yorkshire. It was a small farming village for much of its history, until coal was discovered in the Nearby hills in the late 1800s. This stimulated a booming industry and much development in the coming years, and solidified Maltby in the larger Yorkshire mining industry.
Doncaster has had many claims to fame over the years, and after your first visit, you’re sure to recommend it to others. Its well-reputed racecourse is the oldest in England, and still ranks among the UK’s top long-distance meets. If you’re looking for a bit of history, a visit to the great tower of Conisbrough Castle will have you feeling like a medieval lord. The central market’s impressive Victorian architecture houses many modern shops, restaurants, and amenities, with the Frenchgate Shopping Centre providing excellent retail therapy.
Discover Cusworth Hall
A stunning Grade I Listed manor, surrounded by several acres of parkland and lakes, a visit to Cusworth Hall offers staggering views of Doncaster, intriguing architecture and heritage, an eclectic programme of events, and perhaps a few wildlife sightings. After a long walk around the scenic grounds, the popular tearoom and shop are the perfect places to take a load off.
Planning a trip to Maltby? Travelodge Doncaster Lakeside Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Sheffield Meadowhall Hotel.