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Haworth


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 About Haworth There is a tourist information centre here. There is a public telephone here. There is a pub here. There is a outdoor shop here. There is a grocery shop here. There is a restaurant here. There is a sandwich shop here. There is a bank here. There is a public lavatory here. There is a cashpoint here. There is a pharmacy here. There is a post office here. There is a cafe here. There is a bus stop here. There is a bank here. 
 
Modern Haworth is one of the most popular tourist honeypots in Britain. Visitors are drawn here by the story of the Bronte family; many are brought by the Worth Valley steam railway, which was used in the making of the original film of 'The Railway Children'. Patrick Bronte came here in the 19th century to be the parish vicar. He lived to survive his wife and his five daughters, who all died of consumption (TB), and his son Branwell, who died of drug addiction. The best known two Bronte sisters are Charlotte, who actually managed to live into her 40s and who wrote 'Jane Eyre'; and Emily, who didn't even reach her 30s and who wrote 'Wuthering Heights'. The desperate story of these young women appeals to the romantic values of so many people that the remote and wild moorland village from which they drew their inspiration has all but disappeared. True, the cobbled village street is, thankfully, pedestrianised, but there are so many souvenir shops and ice cream parlours, many with 'Bronte' stuck in front of their names, that it's hard to detect the solid Yorkshire core which must be there, since this is, after all, a Pennine village.

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 Places to stay in Haworth

YHA Haworth
Longlands Drive, Lees Lane North Yorkshire BD22 8RT
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 Property type: Youth Hostel


YHA Haworth is a Victorian Gothic Mansion that was built as the family home of a local mill owner. It overlooks the Worth Valley and the famous Bronte village. Inside the building the sweeping staircase, ornate painted glass, richly carved oak and plaster friezes hint at the building’s opulent past. The hostel is well used by groups but it is also very popular with individuals, families and overseas travellers.

  OS reference: 38378

  
 
vegetarians catered for this property has an alcohol licence packed lunches available evening meal available drying facilities available 
 
Last updated: 10/20/2015


 
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The Old White Lion
6-10 W Lane, Haworth West Yorkshire BD22 8DU
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 Property type: Country Inn (Pub)
 Accreditations: Not Classified


We’re sure The Old White Lion Hotel will have all the charm & comfort for your relaxing stay in Bronte Country. Most bedrooms having superb views of the Yorkshire moors. Haworth Village, Main street & Keighley & Worth Valley, where the original Railway Children was filmed. Just a short walk and your on the famous moors & Yorkshire Pennine Way walked by the Bronte Sisters.

Room TypePer room
2 single ensuite rooms£55.00
7 double ensuite rooms£98.00
7 twin ensuite rooms£98.00

  
 
vegetarians catered for this property has an alcohol licence packed lunches available evening meal available drying facilities available 
 
Last updated: 10/20/2015

 
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Alternatively, you might like to try the following hotels just outside Haworth...

Ponden House, Stanbury, 2 miles back from Haworth.
Winterhouse Barn, Cowling, 2 miles on from Haworth.
Woodland House, Cowling, 2 miles on from Haworth.
The Old Silent Inn, Stanbury, 2 miles on from Haworth.


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pets accepted herePets accepted   packed lunches availablePacked lunches available
evening meal availableEvening meals available   this is a no smoking propertyNo smoking property