50% off food billMaximum of 4 peopleBooking requiredAvailable December
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50% off at The Bar at ibis Styles Barnsley

Decorated with a style that hints at a city’s rich history, the Bar at ibis Styles Barnsley makes for a vibrant location that’s perfect for a quick bite.

Something that makes the Bar at ibis Styles Hotel is that tastecard members can enjoy a sizable discount off all food ordered whenever they want, as the bar is open 24/7 and allows diners to stroll in without booking at any time.

Heavily inspired by the industrial heritage of Barnsley, the ibis Styles Barnsley has been designed with themes highlighting the glassblowing that Barnsley proudly supplied to the country in the late 20th century. Walls made entirely of glass jars and ornate sculpting are just two examples of the elaborate décor that breathe life into the hotel, as well as the bar.

Flushed with artwork and pool tables, the bar makes for the perfect informal location to kick back with a drink or two and some delicious bar nibbles or a light meal. Comfortable sofas and plush seats, large flat screen televisions and a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows creates the perfect ambience for a spot of relaxation.

The bar menu is filled with light bites, such as sandwiches and wraps, as well as traditional bar foods, like fish and chips and burgers, that work alongside the odd internationally inspired dish. There are plenty of bar bites too, including side dishes for those little cravings like chips, onion rings, and garlic bread.

Situated just off the M1 on the outskirts of Barnsley, access to the ibis Barnsley is simple via car, and the hotel makes for a great pit stop morning, noon and night.

Important Information

Please note: Members must book in advance in order to receive the tastecard discount.

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