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Highlights in Haworth
- Literary village
- Brönte heritage
- Birds of prey
- History and art collections
- Wuthering Heights inspiration
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Cottages in Haworth
Find unique contemporary and traditional terraced cottages for a romantic retreat or stay in a listed Grade II cottage with all the amenities necessary to provide a memorable stay. The lovely village of Haworth is home of the famous Brönte sisters hence a recognised literary mecca. Book your cottage near the centre and its cobbled Main Street and let the vintage atmosphere take you to another era. Enjoy your stay in this beautiful village full of culture and history plus an extra touch of charm.Traditional cottages with modern features
Cosy and traditional cottages that come with the most modern amenities including Wi-Fi, private hot tubs, equipped kitchens, fireplaces, comfortable living spaces and nice decorated interiors. These cottages are ideal for family holidays as they accommodate up to 8 or 10 people plus pets in some cases. If you want to spend a weekend with friends in the countryside, these are the right cottages for you. The small cottages provide cute and cosy spaces for couples or even solo travellers. If you drive your own car, some of them have their own parking space outside the property. Find the comfort of a new home in Haworth and enjoy your stay!
Travellers and activities
Pay a visit to the renowned Brönte Parsonage Museum that was home to the literary Brönte family. Emily, Anne and Charlotte wrote some of their best known stories in this Georgian building. You can see personal items, clothes, furniture and objects that might give you a hint of what life was like back in the 1800s in this little village. If you like gardens, visit the East Riddlesden Hall, a 17th Century Manor House with romantic gardens filled with aromatic roses but also filled with ghost stories and despicable facts. Finally, events are always part of heritage. The village hosts several events throughout the year including the traditional Scroggling the Holly Weekend, Pipes, Bows and Bells Weekend, the 60s weekend, or the Brontë Vintage Gathering. Whenever you visit, there is always something to celebrate. Join the fun!Haworth for family holidays
Haworth has the ideal activities for the whole family. Enjoy a day out on a Keighley & Worth Valley Railway steam train that has featured some films including Where the heart is or TV hits like Last of the Summer Wine. Wave your flags from the window as you enjoy the trip. Another activity is taking a walking tour of the village with many stories about the Bröntes, traditions and spooky lantern light tours. At Ingrow Museum of Rail Travel and Keighley Bus Museum children and adults alike will enjoy wandering around carriages and vintage buses.
If you visit Haworth in May you will appreciate the complexity of the 1940s clothing locals wear in pubs, cafes and shops. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy some wartime dancing and singing all over Haworth.
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Choose your favourite eatery and enjoy a wide selection of coffees, teas and homemade menus at quirky restaurants along the main street or have some bites of international cuisine including Indian, Chinese, and Italian. A mix of flavours from old and new treats from the old fashioned sweet shop and try some liquorice humbugs, sherbet pips or coconut mushrooms. Have some delicious and mouthwatering delights from Haworth’s bakeries and get a coffee and cake at the end of the Main Street.2. Do you like shopping?
Haworth cobbled Main Street is thriving with old fashioned windows full of antiques and collectables, second hand books, Fairtrade gifts, and sensual lingerie. For your afternoon cuppa, you will find several tea shops at the end of the hill. Treat yourself to a fragrant scent, exotic massage oils or some relaxing bath salts from Rose & Co Apothecary and have a look at the parsonage gift shop.3. Walk the Brönte Way
If you are a walking enthusiast you can do part or the entire Brönte Way across the country and moorlands that inspired Wuthering heights or Shirley. The trail is 43 mile long and it starts at Oakwell Hall and as you walk along you will see many points of interest including Haworth, Brönte Waterfall and the ruined farmhouse of Top Withens.4. Visit Cliffe Castle Museum
Cliffe Castle is a fantastic history museum located in a luxurious setting. This mansion was renewed and a ballroom, towers and conservatories were added to the main building. The museum has important collections of local geology, Egyptology, archaeology, some fossils pieces and a fabulous collection of Stained Glass by William Morris. Have a wonderful afternoon admiring the enthralling collections within these walls.5. The SMJ Falconry experience
The SMJ Falconry has falcons, hawks, an eagle, kites and a vulture and they offer birds of prey experiences to visitors. This is a different attraction from the ones you might be used to. You can opt for an hour Hawk Walk in the countryside wearing a glove to handle the smart hunter, learn about its behaviour and admire it when flying. If you want to know more about birds of prey, choose a one day adventure and learn about more than 30 species as you hold them and make them fly with the help of an experienced handler. If you prefer owls, there is the Owl Experience with 20 different species you can hold and fly. Spread your wings and fly!6. Bingley Five Rise Locks
Do you like sailing? Have you ever sailed the English canals? As any sailor would say to you, taking a boat through one lock is not easy, so can you imagine going through five? Well, Bingley is a staircase lock where the water drops fast and watching the boats go through is such a good show. The Five Rise is well known among tourists, who like gathering around to watch this unique view. And if you are a good sailor you might want to rent your own boat and cruise along the canal until you reach the Five Rise Locks. The lock-keeper will guide you all the way to go through. This is an experience like no other!7. Top Withens, the farmhouse
The remains of this old farmhouse are nestled in the dramatic Haworth Moor. It is said that Top Withens was the inspiration for the acclaimed novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë. Enjoy a day out and walk along the Pennine Way and you will get to the farmhouse. Gaze the horizon and contemplate the surroundings that one day were the inspiration of one of the greatest classics in English literature.
FAQs: Cottages in Haworth
Among the amenities offered by Holidu, it appears that the cottages in Haworth have everything that travellers dream of! Here, the cottages generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (94%), garden (62%), and view (23%)...Not bad, right?
On average, the cottages have rather positive comments. Last year's data reveals that 39% of cottages have a rating of 4.5 stars. A ratio quite high which allows us to confirm that there are many which are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Judging by the Holidu database, less than 10% of cottages in Haworth are suitable for families with children. Here, it will probably be easier to stay as a couple or with friends.
Certainly! In Haworth, 33% of the cottages are pet-friendly, 62% also have a garden!
Yes! According to Holidu's data, 94% of cottages in Haworth have an internet connection. You will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites at any time!
A big percentage of cottages in Haworth (86%) in general cost less than £100 per night. This is the dream destination for booking an affordable cottage!
Not always. According to the data collected last year, there are only a few cottages in Haworth that offer a fireplace.
According to the data collected last year by Holidu, 54% of cottages welcome small groups of up to four people. Approximately 64% of the cottages here include at least two separate bedrooms. Haworth is the ideal destination for going in small groups, with family or friends!