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Population: 5000
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"Like to thank you for your service and the very pleasant attitude of your drivers the young lad tonight does you credit thank you again

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Old Registry
"Good Points: We stayed here with our daughter of 6 years. We enjoyed the hospitality and the location was great for us to explore the Bronte Country.

Date visited: 2010-07-20 ..." More

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"Visitors to the excellent Brontë Parsonage Museum are close to other significant sites. Adjacent to the Parsonage is St Michael and All Angels church where Emily and Charlotte Brontë are ..." More

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From 1820 the Pennine village of Haworth, near Bradford, was home to the Bronte sisters, whose father was curate at the local church. There is plenty more to the village than the Bronte sisters, but inevitably the vast majority of visitors to the settlement come because of its literary associations. The places that fans of Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and so on will not want to miss are numerous: the parsonage, where the family lived – this is now the Bronte Museum; the church that was the reason for the family to move from nearby Thornton, where they lived previously, and where Charlotte and Emily are buried (in a vault rather than the churchyard); the Black Bull pub, where the sisters’ less talented brother drank himself into oblivion on a regular basis; and the apothecary which in the time of the Bronte quite legally supplied Branwell with the drugs his other addiction – to opium – required. To feel a link to the novels and their authors, however, it is probably better to venture outside the village, onto the bleak moors which set the tone for so much of their oeuvre. There are various walks marked, including the 40 mile Bronte Way for the really enthusiastic, taking in other places linked to the authors. It is strange that the Bronte sisters should have died of tuberculosis, living as they did in a place with no lack of fresh air blowing across the hilltop village, and with the lure of long healthy walks on the moors close by. Look beyond the Bronte merchandise and memorabilia, some of which can be sadly lacking in taste, and enjoy a place with real character, dark stone cottages and cobbled streets, and the looming architecture of St Michael and All Angels’ church. If you need refreshment there is no shortage of venues in the village either. Nearby there are the attractions of Bradford, and further afield of Leeds, but within easier reach is the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, another sight to transport you back to past times with its steam locos and preserved railway buildings.

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Old Registry (0.10 miles)

Old Registry

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At The Old Registry we have 10 individually themed & decorated, quality en-suite bedrooms. All of our double rooms have lovely views, four-poster luxury beds and some even have whirlpool ... More

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The Fleece Inn (0.10 miles)

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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Weavers Bar (0.16 miles)

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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Rosebud Cottage Guest House (0.18 miles)

Rosebud Cottage Guest House
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Woodlands Grange Private Hotel (0.23 miles)

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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Ashmount Country House (0.24 miles)

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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Bridge House B&B (0.27 miles)

Bridge House B&B

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We are a grade II listed georgian house close to the centre of Haworth, famous for its association with the Bronte sisters. We offer contemporary and comfortable en-suite accomodation; guests ... More

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Barn to Rest (1.14 miles)

Barn to Rest
The Barn To Rest is situated in the village of Oxenhope within a couple of minutes walk along the lane to the Worth Valley Steam Railway Station,where the steam train run on a regular basis. ... More | visit website
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Leeming Wells Hotel (2.11 miles)

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 Manor Cullingworth (2.42 miles)

The Manor Cullingworth
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 ... More | visit website

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