Cheap Hotels in Haworth
Located below the wild moors of Wuthering Heights, this guest house is close to the top of the cobbled centre of Haworth, and a short 3-minute walk from Brontë Parsonage. Haworth, in the heart of Brontë country, is a truly inspiring place to visit. Ashmount Country House is the former home of Haworths' Dr. Amos Ingham, physician to Charlotte and Patric Brontë. Stay in luxury en suite rooms with four-poster beds, double whirlpool baths and private hot tubs. There is also a luxury suite.
The Old Registry Haworth - Guest house Hotel
With a stay at The Old Registry Haworth - Guest house in Keighley, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Bronte Parsonage Museum and Top Withens. This 4-star bed & breakfast is 14.4 mi (23.1 km) from Bolton Abbey and 15.6 mi (25 km) from Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The Manor Cullingworth - Guest house Hostal
Located in the peaceful village of Cullingworth, the starting place of the Great Northern Railway Trail and ideally situated for exploring the rugged Pennine moorland of Bronte Country, the Yorkshire dales and beyond, this manor house from the Victorian period, has been awarded five stars by the local tourist board and additionally has a Gold Award. Offering a high standard of accommodation and hospitality, as well as a relaxing and refreshing base from which to explore some of the beautiful countryside in Yorkshire, guests are welcome to use the lounge/breakfast room at any time where they can make use of an extensive DVD library and cosy up to an open fire. In warmer climes, there is a pretty, enclosed garden with a decked terrace, ideal for relaxing in. The nearest shops are in the village about 10 minutes' walk away, while the bus stop is just 5 minutes.
Hotels in Haworth
A settlement since the early 13th century, Haworth in West Yorkshire is the very epitome of a chocolate box village. Famous for three sisters who, between them, wrote much-loved works of literature, Haworth offers old-world charm and breathtaking countryside landscapes. Book a Haworth hotel with us and explore Brontë Country.
Walk into the past
Strolling down Haworth's Main Street, it's easy to imagine yourself transported to a bygone age, long before the arrival of chain stores and fast food shops. The cobbled street descends as you pass by an old church, a red telephone box and a host of beautiful old houses and shops and the Black Bull, a delightful stone-built pub with a story or two to tell. And all the time, you have incredible views of the dramatic Yorkshire countryside.
Born between 1816 and 1820, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë lived tragically short lives - Charlotte was the longest lived at 38. However, their legacy of novels and poems endures. In the year of Anne's birth, the whole family – Reverend Patrick, his wife and six children – moved to the Parsonage at Haworth. Now a museum, you can explore the house which has been restored to its early 19th-century peak. From Patrick's study, where the girls did most of their writing to brother Branwell's studio, where he sketched illustrations of his sisters, the Parsonage provides a window into the way the Brontës lived their lives.
Trace the footsteps of the three sisters by following the trail of one of the many Brontë Walks that take you through the stunning landscapes that inspired the writers. See the unspoiled terrain as it would have looked through their eyes by visiting their favourite haunts, such as the breathtaking Brontë Waterfall
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is a lovingly preserved railway that travels through picturesque West Yorkshire countryside and stopping at Worth Valley, Oakworth, Damens, Ingrow West before arriving at pretty Keighley. Haworth and Oakworth provided memorable locations for the classic 1970 film The Railway Children.
Eating and drinking
Along Haworth's Main Street you'll find a number of terrific eateries. The Cookhouse is an ideal place to take afternoon tea or grab a sandwich. The Old Registry Restaurant, on the south west corner of Central Park, is located in a gorgeous vine-clad building and serves fine English cooking. And if you yearn for a smoked salmon bagel or port, apple and sage risotto, the River Street Café is just the ticket, and they do vegetarian food too. No visit to Haworth would be complete without a pint in the Black Bull, a familiar haunt of Branwell's.
Haworth is populated by delightful little shops in all their 19th-century refinery. There's a chocolaterie that sells salted toffee, coconut truffles and other sweet treats. You'll discover an apothecary that stocks vintage gifts and food hampers, as well as shops selling ladies' fashions, decorative ceramic stores and, of course, Brontë souvenirs.
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