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Ashmount Country House
Mytholmes Lane
West Yorkshire

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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 gardens. Our guests can enjoy our luxurious retreat whilst having superb access to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK. Our Guest House aims to provide a retreat where relaxation is top of the agenda for our guests with hot tubs, feature baths and four poster beds available in selected rooms. We have a fantastic AA awarded restaurant the ‘Drawing Room’ which is open every evening and we also serve Afternoon Tea daily. Antique furniture combined with original architecture and attention to detail gives our luxury guest house an unparalleled atmosphere of authentic sophistication; perfect for a short holiday, romantic break or a place to hold a private party or intimate wedding. We have a wide and flexible range of services on offer to cater for your every need and to make your stay in the area a simply unforgettable experience.

Located below the wild moors of Wuthering Heights, Ashmount is close to the top the cobbled centre of Haworth and a short three minute walk from Bronte Parsonage. Haworth, also known as Bronte Country after the novelist sisters, is steeped in English heritage. The house has ample private parking with easy access to ground floor rooms for the less able.

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Room Service - at selected times
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No Smoking Rooms
TV in Rooms - + wifi

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