Welcome to The Cross Scythes pub in Totley, Sheffield. Our picturesque pub is housed in a building which, according to Sheffield History, in part dates from the 17th century.
The Cross Scythes was opened as a pub around 1818 by Samuel Hopkinson, a local farmer and scythe maker, to serve traffic on the new Baslow to Greenhill turnpike.
Nowadays, the pub is a bustling, stylish watering hole and eatery in the heart of Totley, with close proximity to the beautiful Peak District National Park.
We are now open following our beautiful refurbishment, make a booking to see what's new.