Haworth’s Bronte Parsonage Museum, Steam train line as seen in The Railway Children film and Cobbled Main St with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants are just on the doorstep.
The Famous Black Bull One of Haworth's oldest drinking establishments, the Bull is famous for being frequented by Patrick Branwell Bronte. An imposing stone building it stands next to the church at the top of the famous cobbled main street. The building featured in the most recent BBC film about the Bronte family "To Walk Invisible".
Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Britain’s last remaining complete heritage branch line that runs form Keighley to Oxenhope, along a rich seam of West Yorkshire’s rail and Cultural heritage. Time table available in reception.
There is great walking country starting from the bottom or the top of the street, including the path to the Bronte Waterfalls and up to Top Withins which is thought to be the inspiration for Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. (maps available).
We also offer a packed lunch service available daily, please ask for further details on arrival