The Berkeley Hotel is a prominent building located to the west of Scunthorpe town centre. The hotel was built in 1940 and is named after Sir Berkeley Sheffield, Baronet, who was the first Charter Mayor of Scunthorpe.
Historic England, which recommended that the government list these pubs, describes The Berkeley as a fine example of a "roadhouse" inn - with a large car park to attract passing customers.
The hotel is built in an art deco style and retains most of its original features. On the ground floor is a public bar, lounge, dining room and spacious ballroom, one of the largest in Scunthorpe. On the first floor, accessible by the hotel's stylish art deco staircase, are 8 bedrooms, all individually furnished to a high standard.
We only accept check-in up to 22.00 hours as we are not a 24 hour hotel. Thank you.