Haworth

Close your eyes to some of the tackier retail manifestations of the Bronte cult in Haworth, and enjoy the parsonage and its exhibits, and the walks from the village into the wild and beautiful countryside that inspired the literary sisters... Read More

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Ashmount Country House

Ashmount Country House
We have one of the best luxury sets of Accommodation that Yorkshire has to offer. Our Victorian house, built by Dr Ingham the Bronte family's physician lies in three quarters of an acre with fabulous ... More | visit website
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Woodlands Grange Private Hotel

Woodlands Grange Private Hotel

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Secluded detached residence in the Bronte village of Haworth.We are located 500 yards from the famous cobbled Main Street overlooking Worth Valley Preserved Steam Railway (Railway Children Fame). All rooms ... More

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Weavers Bar

Weavers Bar

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Set on the historic cobbles, just in front of the bronte parsonage museum, in the heart of the village, this eccentric eclectic, stylish place has evolved over three decades from ... More

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Fleece Inn

Fleece Inn

Situated right on the cobbled main street in Haworth, home of the Bronte sisters. The Fleece has seven luxurious en-suite bedrooms (some with stunning views over the Worth Valley), restaurant serving freshly-cooked, locally sourced, home-made ... More | visit website

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Leeming Wells Hotel

Leeming Wells Hotel

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Leeming Wells is a beautiful country hotel located in Oxenhope, near Haworth. It offers a stunning blend of cosiness and landscape, being surrounded by the breathtaking scenery in Bronte Country. ... More

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The Fleece Inn

The Fleece Inn
Haworth is famed mostly for the Bronte family. They were here for 40 years but the village has been around for about a thousand years! It is a Pennine village that made its living ... More | visit website

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