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The Manor Cullingworth
Sutton Drive
Cullingworth

Haworth
West Yorkshire

BD13 5BQ | View map
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If you are looking for a warm and comfortable environment in which to relax and enjoy your stay whilst visiting Yorkshire then The Manor will be perfect for you! We are Five Star Rated from the tourist board with a Silver Award offering the highest standards of accommodation and hospitality. Lovingly restored the 18th Century Manor house is enhanced by many original features. Ideally situated for exploring the rugged Pennine Moorland of Brontë Country, the Yorkshire Dales and beyond. Cullingworth village is the starting point of the Great Northern Railway Trail which passes over the enormous Hewenden viaduct with breathtaking views. Our popular Yorkshire Breakfast is served in the elegant light and airy dining room with views across the garden. We are proud of our Yorkshire Breakfast made with free range eggs and fresh locally produced ingredients from our award winning butcher. Our rooms are decorated and furnished to the highest standards and feature luxury touches to make you feel at home during your stay. Thorough attention to detail ensures that you can enjoy the ample facilities on offer at The Manor. Some of our luxury rooms offer jacuzzi baths whilst others feature designer luxury marble bathrooms. The luxury guest lounge with its long distance view across the gardens has comfy leather armchairs and a lovely warm fire to make you feel welcome. Here you will find guides to the local area, maps and tourist information. For the comfort of our guests The Manor is a non smoking establishment.

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